As Branson, Bezos and Musk look up to stars and see dollar signs, experts are bracing themselves for the environmental impact of their space-race jerk off.
A summer of demos saw anti-everything Covid protestors take to the streets. Is it a sign of classic, but harmless, Great British eccentricity? Or is it a darker oncoming storm of weirdness and worrying rhetoric that we should have seen coming?
Feeling overwhelmed by the increasingly severe impact of climate change? You're not the only one. Here's how to deal with those feelings of existential dread and channel them into something positive.
Flash floods have devastated communities around the world this summer, with unprecedented rainfall destroying buildings, businesses and lives. But the floods are not just freak weather events. It’s time to prepare for many Wet Girl Summers to come.
...or are we past the point of no return? Gulp. On your marks, get set, read...
The latest celeb craze sweeping Hollywood is, er, a rejection of bathing in the name of climate change, with Jake Gyllenhaal, Mila Kunis and Kristen Bell all on board the anti-shower train. Is it really worth the BO or is it simply a pile of BS?
In the aftermath of violence in Afghanistan at the hands of the Taliban, we’ve put together a list of charities that continue to fight in aid of its citizens.
Now that official court documents have been published, it’s been revealed that Jamie Spears will step down “when the time is right”, but could be prepared “for an orderly transition to a new conservator”.
The Look Out For Each Other initiative will promote risk awareness among this year’s festival-goers.
Forget road signs. Thanks to AI researchers and social media influencers, the Celtic language is being dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century.
A recent YouGov poll revealed that 71 per cent of women had been sexually harassed in a public space. Now, post-freedom day, organisations such as Don’t Be A Creep and Change The Lineup want to prevent it from happening.
Following two tragic drug deaths, THE FACE talks to ravers and campaigners who want a radical change in policy across UK nightlife.
Ten years ago, Mark Duggan was killed by the Metropolitan Police, triggering an eruption of riots across the country. Artist Baff Akoto delves into the dawn of digital activism in Britain, reflecting on how it shaped movements like Black Lives Matter.
For years, the English teacher has been a teen saviour for in-the-closet queers. Here’s why.
The pingdemic ushered in a wave of milk ’n’ crisps ’n’ booze couriers to make our lives even more frictionless. But of the five leading start-ups, which one rules? THE FACE finds out.
We speak to a psychosexual therapist and individuals whose sexual appetites have shrunk during the pandemic.
As bars, pubs and nightclubs welcome us all back, two spiking victims want us to proceed with caution.
Former Amazon employee Christian Smalls is campaigning to unionise the Staten Island warehouse where he used to work. THE FACE joined him last month to found out exactly how he’s planning to beat Bezos.
In an attempt to stop widespread scamming and defrauding, the social media platform has cracked down on the likes of Tana Mongeau and the D’Amelio sisters flogging ill-informed money-making schemes.
This term has caused a heated debate: those for the NHS Test and Trace app and those fiercely against it. Whatever the verdict, just self-isolate.
Uprising, the director’s new BBC documentary, explores the events surrounding the deaths, 40 years ago, of 14 young Black people after a South London house party.
As CoppaFeel! and LGBTQ+ cancer charity Live Through This work to make breast cancer awareness resources more trans and non-binary-friendly, THE FACE meets a trans survivor to hear why their work is so vital.
Collaborative project @now_you_see_me_moria documents the lives of refugees living inside the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos.
At 23-years-old, he’s set to represent Team GB at Paris 2024 in a brand-spanking-new category: competitive breakdancing.