MPs are banging the drum for the NUS president to sit on the board of the Office for Students, but she and other student representatives have expressed misgivings about the regulator.

Aisha Gani • 10 months ago

"It is therapeutic art – in our communities we don't really use art therapy."

Aisha Gani • 11 months ago

"Prince Harry apparently looked over at the girls and mouthed 'well done'," said the teacher who conducted the moving tribute.

Aisha Gani • 11 months ago

"The new blue passport looks literally nothing like the old blue passport, which half the country couldn’t remember anyway."

Aisha Gani • 11 months ago

“These preliminary findings will, we hope, move us to look again at a community of less than three million people who, through their charitable activities, punch far above their weight.”

Aisha Gani • 11 months ago

BuzzFeed News joined volunteers at the mosque at the centre of Grenfell Tower relief efforts, which has now opened its doors to the capital’s homeless.

Aisha Gani • 11 months ago

"Watching the news and seeing the pain of the Palestinian people makes me cry for the many many generations of Palestine."

Aisha Gani • 11 months ago

Trump's tweets drew criticism from UK Prime Minister Theresa May and rebukes from around the world. The White House vigorously defended the tweets, saying they spoke to a national security issue.

Jim Waterson • 11 months ago

"They're not saying 'We're going to tackle hate speech,' what they're saying is 'You're gonna help us drown it out by sharing positive stories.'"

Aisha Gani • 11 months ago

More than 1,000 teachers and academics have condemned the move as "dangerous in a climate in which street violence, abuse and attacks on Muslims are increasing".

Aisha Gani • 11 months ago

A look at the historical photos and documents in the UK's first archive dedicated to British Muslims.

Aisha Gani • One year ago

Yassmin Abdel-Magied has done what the trolls have been longing for and left Australia. She talks to BuzzFeed News about finding acceptance and solidarity in Britain and why she'll never choose the easy option of keeping quiet.

Aisha Gani • One year ago

Christmas carols but make it Islamic.

Aisha Gani • One year ago

A senior MP has accused the embassy of Bahrain of colluding in the torture and interrogation of the family members of a human rights protester.

Aisha Gani • One year ago

"It's not just about individual violent attacks... It is something that's structural."

Aisha Gani • One year ago

From petitions and a letter signed by hundreds of MPs to debates in Westminster Hall – ministers been asked many times to do something about Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has been held in a high-security jail in Iran for the past 19 months.

Aisha Gani • One year ago

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's husband said her five-year sentence could now be doubled, but the Foreign Office has not retracted inaccurate comments made by Johnson last week.

Aisha Gani • One year ago

During a debate on the ban, a Tory councillor appeared to criticise a task force on halal meat for having "two Muslims and a Jew".

Aisha Gani • One year ago

Alaraby TV said its staff were subjected to "unjustifiable and violent treatment" by the Metropolitan police.

Aisha Gani • One year ago

"I'm offended that Moeen Ali would allow Stuart Broad to wear those socks."

Aisha Gani • One year ago