23 July 2019
Peter Bornshin suffered sexual abuse while in the care of social services in the early 1980s. He was tormented by his experiences at the Grafton Close Children’s Home, west London.
14 May 2019
The Jeremy Kyle TV show has been suspended after a guest died just days after filming an episode.
19 February 2019
Several Labour MPs and leading trade unionists have backed a protest against Nazi Tommy Robinson in Salford, Greater Manchester, this Saturday.
12 February 2019
High profile cases have pushed internet regulation up the political agenda, but Simon Basketter says it isn’t the answer
22 January 2019
Diane Abbott’s disgraceful treatment on the BBC’s Question Time programme shone a light on media bias.
20 December 2018
'Knowing that I’m being used is leaving me feeling crushed at the end of each day,' said a striker.
02 December 2018
Journalists and politicians like politics to be a game for a few specialists, with ordinary people spectators at best. But we have the power to throw them into crisis
07 August 2018
The official Vote Leave campaign fell foul of spending rules. But focusing on it ignores why people voted out
17 April 2018
I’ve been frustrated to see headlines blame drill music for the recent rise in stabbings in London.
03 April 2018
It’s a scary world out there. Powerful people are doing grubby things with personal information we may not even realise we’ve made available to them on the internet.
30 January 2018
Pundits blame social media for damaging trust in the news. Nick Clark looks at the real truth and lies behind fake news
17 December 2017
Government authorities in both the US and Britain are moving to restrict access to the internet, and it will be oppositional voices that lose out.
12 December 2017
Right wing news sources have been trying desperately to undermine calls to hold those responsible for the Grenfell Tower fire to account.
18 November 2017
Politicians and commentators seem to think anything that goes wrong can be blamed on Russian spybots on Twitter. But the truth is scarier still, warns Tomáš Tengely-Evans
29 August 2017
The case of a woman jailed for lying about rape highlights systematic hypocrisy over sexual assault, writes Sadie Robinson
16 May 2017
Alistair Farrow looks at the power of the media—and its limits
04 April 2017
Sexist drivel: After a meeting between Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon and Tory prime minister Theresa May all the odious Daily Mail newspaper columnist Sarah Vine could talk about was their legs—for several paragraphs.
26 October 2016
Striking journalists at regional newspapers produced by Newsquest South London are battling on in their fight against job cuts.
21 October 2016
The hyped up media war on refugees escalated this morning, Friday, in a slightly bizarre way.
13 October 2016
Journalists working on regional newspapers in south London walked out on the first day of a week-long strike today, Thursday.