Live: Meal Snatcher
Removing free school meals in the middle of a pandemic is arbitrary and cruel. Has Marcus Rashford revealed the true nature of Tory Britain? Plus: the leader of Islington Council, Richard Watts, on why school meals should be free for all; Deputy in the Chilean Congress, Giorgio Jackson, on the referendum that overturned Pinochet’s constitution; And, […]
Opinion: Trans People Aren’t ‘Chucking Bricks’, They’re Fighting to Survive
by Aimee Armstrong
Opinion: An Unprecedented Economic Crisis Is About to Hit the Global South. We Must Cancel Debts Now
by Grace Blakeley
Tory Candidate Faces Questions Over App That Charged Food Banks Hundreds of Pounds
by Charlotte England & Craig Gent
Ash Wednesday: What Do London’s Rough Sleepers Think About the General Election?
What do London’s rough sleepers think of the general election? Ash Sarkar went and asked some of them.
GE2019: ‘Does Anyone Care?’ Teachers Are Asking You to Vote to End Child Poverty This Winter
by James McAsh
Report: Universal Credit Is Riddled With Issues, but Have Some Flaws Been Deliberately Designed Into the System?
by Natalie Leal
Ash Wednesday: Why Is It so Expensive to Be Poor?
Utilities, tax, rent and work – charging people for poverty is an industry worth billions.
Homelessness Activists Occupy Tunnel, After MPs Ask for Gate to Stop Rough Sleepers
by Sophie K Rosa
Universal Credit: Charity Food Banks Forced to Compensate for Failing Benefits System
by Natalie Leal
Damp, Mould and Dying of Cold: Fuel Poverty in Austerity Britain
by Clare Hymer
Novara Docs: The Bitter Fruit of Andalucia
Visible from space, the vast concentration of plastic greenhouses in Almeria supply more than half of Europe’s fruit and vegetables. An economic boom in this previously poor region of Andalucia has come at the expense of the African migrants who work in these greenhouses, under slave-like conditions. Approximately 200 workers live there during peak season. […]