Here’s what people in Dover really think about UK immigration
The day after a petrol bomb was thrown at a Dover immigration centre, Home Secretary Suella Braverman used the word “invasion” to describe people crossing the English Channel on small boats. We asked the people of Dover what they really thought.
Essential voices of protest must not be compromised
If there aren’t people challenging unnecessary orthodoxy, we’ll find ourselves in a sorry state, writes Big Issue editor Paul McNamee
The government’s anti-protest bill is back. Here’s what you might not know about it
The cost of the Public Order Bill could reach £17.9 million over the next decade