It comes after concerns have been raised for women’s safety, in light of the murder of Sarah Everard and Sabina Nessa in London, and the rise of drink spiking across the country. However, scientists have urged caution.
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Cops on Trial: Dispatches is a new Channel 4 documentary that investigates the disturbing reality of police misconduct following the murder of Sarah Everard.
THE FACE gains some wisdom from the Dublin and Paris-based artist, who explores relationship issues on her EP The Love Interlude.
One for the diaries: here’s an extensive guide of exhibitions, events, festivals and club nights this BHM.
The multi-hyphen-ate performed for the first time in four years to mark the launch of his MSFTSrep AW21 collection at Selfridges.
FOGO, or fear of going out, is not a clinical term. But it is increasingly being used to describe the post-lockdown, post-Covid anxiety affecting many young people in the UK.
Channel 4’s new reality show Highlife focuses on the lives of ambitious young Black West Africans living in London. Meet the 28-year-old THE FACE is calling the show’s break-out star.
Over in Sheffield, The Skate Retreat is providing a safe space for the underrepresented – and it's magic.
The viral music star talks small-town life, hating Boris and following his emo instincts.
Sul sul! Game developers Electronic Arts finally delivered a farming pack that lives up to its name. Has the cottagecore aesthetic now gone next-level? We think so.
BEAUTIFUL PRESENTS: BEAUTIFUL VOL. 1 features tracks from Loraine James, Tim Reaper, Grove and more.
The French-Moroccan author of groundbreaking novels Adéle and Lullaby is back with the first instalment of a trilogy based on her family history. Here she discusses colonialism, women’s rights and the importance of looking back to look forward.
From being followed by security guards to products having security tags on them, Black people open up about being made to feel criminalised before they get to the till.
For Black women, watching Simone Biles and Naomi Osaka quit everything has been nothing but empowering.
The Jamaican-born hairstylist earned her stripes championing inclusivity in the fashion industry. Now, she’s a BFC Changemakers Prize finalist.
As bars, pubs and nightclubs welcome us all back, two spiking victims want us to proceed with caution.
In 2018, Delvey’s faux-heiress story had the world hooked, scamming her way through New York City’s elite and landing herself in jail. Now, writer Joseph Charlton has turned it into the play of the moment.
In The Way We Survive: Notes on Rape Culture, writer and podcaster Catriona Morton investigates what it means to be a survivor of rape in the UK.
The Denim Tears and No-Vacancy Inn co-founder continues to elevate the stories of Black Americans through fashion. This time, by telling the story of one of the giants of 20th century dance.
The British wildcard and most promising prospect since Andy Murray goes up against the defending champion on Wimbledon’s centre court today.
Marvel’s most popular villain gets his own TV series and a journey to redemption – unless the British-Nigerian actress can stop him.