Opinion: The Met Just Apologised After Strip-Searching Me. I Don’t Believe a Word of It
by Koshka Duff
Downstream: Were Trans People “Born This Way”?
Report: How We Won: The Ugandan Feminists Who Overturned an Anti-Porn Law
by Sophie K Rosa
Opinion: Labour’s Silence on Apsana Begum Shows How Morally Bankrupt the Party Has Become
by Joshua Kelly and Sam Green
Labour’s near-total silence on Apsana Begum's case suggests the party cares more about its factional alignments than supporting a young survivor of domestic abuse.
Report: Could BrewDog’s Cancellation Trigger a Reckoning Across the Craft Beer Industry?
by Matthew Curtis
Long Read: Money Can’t Free Britney – But a Strike Could
by Eleanor Penny
Novara FM: Tomorrow Sex Will Be Good Again
The Lockdown: Prison Island: Prison Expansion in the UK
Back with a new series, hosts Oonagh Ryder and Sam Swann speak to Nicole, a researcher at Corporate Watch about the British government’s plans for prison expansion, how this will impact people inside and outside prisons and how communities across the country are resisting.
The Lockdown: “Just Paint the Walls Pink”: Gender, Prison and Carceral Feminism
Oonagh Ryder speaks to Mo Mansfield, a social justice campaigner and women’s sector professional. They discuss what carceral feminism is, how it has helped to expand and entrench the criminal justice system and how we can move beyond this towards an abolitionist feminism.