From frequent immigration raids to the failed Rwanda flight, not a day goes by without gut-wrenching news about the UK’s asylum and immigration system. Here’s how you can play your part to resist.
As the gifted footballer – the game’s first real influencer – leaves Manchester United as a free agent, we look back at his troubled spell in the club.
Unionising in America is a battle, but it’s even harder when you’re up against Jeff Bezos. In April, Chris Smalls made history when he led workers in Staten Island to vote to form the country’s first Amazon union.
UK cities are changing and social housing is disappearing from their skylines in the name of regeneration. Author Nabil Al-Kinani has published a radical manual for estates to buy their blocks and preserve the ends.
For too long, the World Wide Web has been shaped by tech capitalists in California. A non-toxic, ad-free digital world is possible – but how do we get there?
There has still not been another openly gay Black footballer since Justin Fashanu. Twenty-four years on from his death, the one thing that resonates most strongly throughout his story is the silence.
President Emmanuel Macron beat far-right leader Marine Le Pen at this weekend’s elections, but for many within the Muslim community, the choice felt like voting for the lesser of two evils.
It’s official: the planet’s richest man is the bird app's new boss. We take a satirical look at what could happen when he gets the keys to the Twitter offices.
The renowned journalist and author’s new book, Losing It: Sex Education for the 21st Century, debunks the world’s most damaging sex myths and leaves readers feeling empowered.
THE FACE spoke to the UK’s leading LGBTQ+ organisations, including Mermaids, Stonewall and Gendered Intelligence, about the practice’s devastating impact and what we can do to help.
Tory MP Nadine Dorries' plans to privatise Channel 4 are misguided, at best. What else should we expect from someone who seems to have little to no interest in preserving the UK’s rich legacy of TV?
Aggravated Trespass is a window into the violent reality of hunt sabotages. THE FACE speaks to a sab shooting on the frontline of battles in the British countryside.
Ever read more devastating news about the climate crisis, only to be baffled by the fact that no one else around you seems to care? You're not alone.
Taking tabs to trip into a new realm is more entwined with opening dozens of tabs to trade crypto than you might think…
Lining up for Arsenal on the day will be two of THE FACE’s summer 2021 cover stars: Jordan Nobbs and Leah Williamson.
“I thought: ‘This is the Highlands, it’s so rural and we have such a low population, we won’t get it here.’ But now everyone’s got it.” THE FACE visits the far north of Scotland, to investigate the pandemic’s impact in Britain’s remotest corners.
Following the disturbing revelations of a Black schoolgirl being strip-searched by police officers, crowds rallied against a culture of police abuse and racism. Here’s what went down in East London.
The destructive impact of war on the environment is often left unspoken. But it affects greenhouse gases, wildlife and essential infrastructures – sometimes irreversibly damaged.
From China to Iraq, countries around the world are attempting to stop crypto in its decentralised tracks. But cryptocurrency bans are kind of like underage drinking or watching iPlayer without a TV licence: incredibly hard to police.
Energy bills are skyrocketing, your weekly big shop is eating up more of your pay check and, to top it all off, the cost of rent, trains and national insurance is going up. What's all this got to do with climate change? We're so glad you asked.
Ukrainians are taking to TikTok in an attempt to highlight the barbaric absurdity of Vladimir Putin’s invasion.
Yes, it’s scary. But don’t bury your heads just yet. There’s hope if we act now – like, right now.
Joe Biden has said he’s coming after oligarchs’ “ill-begotten gains”. The internet can help with that.
Language affects how people can visualise the severity of the issue we’re dealing with. But why is “crisis“ more effective than “change“?