Photos of the day: a real scorcher! Seye Isikalu captures the energy bursting out of London’s Notting Hill Carnival in 33.2°C heat.
The devastating fires in the Amazon will have a knock-on effect for the rest of the world.
“Could the 2011 riots happen again? 100%.”
Lucy Vincent has spent the last three years campaigning for an improvement in prison food. Here she explains the impact better meals could have and shares the insight of three ex-offenders.
As modern gambling moves away from traditional bookies, towards online casinos, fantasy sports and even gaming, children as young as 11 are ending up in debt. Is it finally time for a crackdown?
Crippling debt and constant hounding from loan sharks led to this former gambling addict living a double life.
Love is in the air! The Czech Republic’s annual heavy metal festival featured mosh pits, walls of death and plenty of... snogs.
As we celebrate the centenary of social housing, rights campaigner Vicky Spratt takes an investigative look at the UK's relentless housing crisis.
One week, one mood: Moya Lothian-Mclean’s deep-dive into the feel of the week.
London-based photography collective and zine Muslim Sisterhood spotlight five female and non-binary Muslims from their community.
Photo of the day: People take part in a rally against hate on 4th August, a day after a mass shooting at a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas, that left 20 people dead and 26 wounded.
In 30 minutes it was installed, used by children on either side of the border, made headline news around the world and then dismantled.
“I have really high hopes. We are always taught to aim high, so fuck it I’m aiming high. I want to be president of Interpol or the UN. Just fuck it.”
In the run up to the Love Island final The Face took to the streets of Bristol, Cardiff, Leeds and Manchester to ask the burning question (and a couple more).
Here’s what people had to say about our new Prime Minister at yesterday’s anti-Boris Johnson march.
Join host Raven Smith as he unpacks the big questions we’re all asking, this time with the help of Chicken Shop Date’s Amelia Dimoldenberg. No topic is off-limits, no questions unanswered.
Instagram has offered an adrenaline shot to global tourism – brands, landmarks and locals are keen to cash-in.
Facebook’s new cryptocurrency, Libra, can handle 1,000 transactions per second (Bitcoin can only deal with seven) and early investors include Uber, Paypal, Spotify and Mastercard.
This is why you’re not seeing lesbians at gay bars.
Since 1968: St Paul’s Afrikan-Caribbean Carnival in photos.
No but seriously, they really really love it.
Young Scots have spoken in their own languages for decades. Now they’re finding an authentic voice online, thanks to social media. And blowing yersel up tae fuck in a microwave.