With racism and Islamophobia on the rise across London and the UK, it seems the tensions and dangers of 1936 still echo today.
The BBC has routinely peddled unsubstantiated stories about plots, intimidation, misogyny and anti-semitism.
Heathcote Williams hates Boris Johnson like everyone should, says Jeremy Hardy.
Brexit politicians cynically inflamed the most primitive xenophobic and nativist instincts.
Roger Perry’s photos capture a uniquely English take on graffiti; charged with subversive humour and heartfelt poetic sentiment
It’s time for a real alternative to a system that plunges millions into poverty and destroys our public services.
From Malcolm McLaren and the Angry Brigade to Madness and Heathcote Williams, tracing the story of Britain’s graffiti pioneers.
There may be antipathy between the candidates, but for the rest of the world this election will be no different from those before.
Donating clothes to charity is not as ethically sound as it seems, says Tansy Hoskins.
Should we appease Islamophobes through banning religious clothing?
Imagine clothing where the restrictions of class, race, and gender don’t apply, says Tansy Hoskins.
Inspired by the 1960s movements for peace and equality, Dylan wrote The Times They Are a-Changin’, But were they? asks Jeff Goulding.
An investigative poem by Heathcote Williams. Narration and video by Alan Cox.
If France really holds freedom of expression as sacred , it needs to reflect on how it can build bridges with its minority communities.