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Home Office workers embedded in local councils are sitting in on interviews with destitute migrant families and gathering personal information on subjects ranging from health conditions to how their child was conceived, the Guardian has learned.
How did Glasgow solve its murder epidemic?
Mobile teams of caregivers roam war-torn northeastern Nigeria providing support to vulnerable escapees
LGBTQ Iraqi and Syrian refugees have been abandoned at the gates of Europe — but the community they are building is trying to take on the world.
‘Tears streamed down his face. He told me his son had died – his pride and joy – and that I looked just like him. I asked if he would dance for me’...
Sory Sanlé talks about his work.
"I was at a threshold."
The Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence started on the streets of San Fran with an AK-47, fought through the Aids crisis in the 1980s and are still here today – defiant, daring and in drag
For a generation of young activists, politics began in 2010.
A generational rupture has opened up in British politics. 72% of 18 to 24-year-olds voted to remain in the EU, but over-55s forced a new generation into a future it explicitly rejected. Consensus between generations has never been weaker, but the betrayal of the baby-boomers hasn’t gone unnoticed. Millennials are on the march.
In Britain, Jeremy Corbyn’s last-minute surge in the 2017 general election owed much to the “youthquake” th...
‘It was a landmark of tropical modernism – but it was abandoned during the civil war’