Society

Inside the battle for Stonehenge

In November 2020, the government approved £1.7bn plans to build a dual carriageway on the grounds of Stonehenge – a site as old as Egypt's pyramids. Now a mix of residents, archaeologists and Druids have come to together to fight for its protection.

What happens when you want justice but support police abolition?

Shamima Begum: stateless, helpless, hopeless

A new Sky Original documentary spent two years filming ISIS brides trapped in camps in Syria. Should these young Western women – including the East London former schoolgirl – be allowed home? The filmmaker knows what she thinks.

Who owns the internet?

Earlier this week, one company’s configuration error took websites across the globe down, from Reddit to The New York Times. It turns out that our power to log on lies in the hands of a few large businesses.

How the government is trying to suppress marginalised voters

The Voice: Last week, the government announced the Electoral Integrity Bill via the Queen’s Speech, which would introduce voter ID during elections. But identification costs money. The UK’s most marginalised groups will pay the political price.

We must continue to say George Floyd’s name

Yesterday, 11 months after the death of George Floyd, former police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of his murder. It was an historic verdict, but the war against systemic racism and police brutality has barely begun.

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