Seven black and mixed-race women are putting aside party politics to create Consensus, a new podcast which they hope will put an end to voter apathy.

Fiona Rutherford • 6 months ago

The suspects are believed to be part of National Action, a far-right group that was proscribed as a terrorist organisation in 2016.

Fiona Rutherford • 9 months ago

The ITV show was roundly criticised at the time for giving a platform to views that have been discredited, including by the Department of Health.

Fiona Rutherford • 9 months ago

"There’s so much stuff to deal with. Just coming back to school and seeing that someone is not there, someone is not in the line, or there’s an empty chair. Just the everyday reality of going to school…everything comes back to you."

Fiona Rutherford • 9 months ago

Thousands of people gathered outside Grenfell Tower on Thursday night to mark six months since the fire that killed 71 people.

Fiona Rutherford • 10 months ago

"This is part of a bigger story, a war against disabled people, and comments like this will keep appearing until the government starts treating us like human beings."

Fiona Rutherford • 10 months ago

One local told BuzzFeed News the situation for those who are still waiting to be placed into permanent accommodation remained one of "total despair".

Fiona Rutherford • 10 months ago

"The Conservatives have shown just how out of touch they really are with how our community feels," one local resident told BuzzFeed News.

Fiona Rutherford • 11 months ago

In light of her new report on housing and inequality, Labour MP for Kensington Emma Dent Coad told BuzzFeed News: "I've been in some people's houses and you'd think, This is Dickensian. It's appalling, and people should not have to live like that."

Fiona Rutherford • 11 months ago

London mayor Sadiq Khan had called for a review of Form 696 over concerns raised by promoters and artists that the process was unfairly affecting black communities and music genres.

Fiona Rutherford • 11 months ago

James Herbert died after being restrained by officers and left naked in a cell. As a bill calls for changes when force is used with people with mental illness, his father said: "We're not going to get accountability, so let's focus on making the world better for people who are vulnerable."

Fiona Rutherford • 11 months ago

For several years medical professionals have described the lack of regulation as a “crisis waiting to happen”. Dr Tijion Esho, one of the resident doctors on E4's Body Fixer series, says there need to be legal age restrictions.

Fiona Rutherford • 11 months ago

But a senior lecturer at Cambridge University's faculty of English told BuzzFeed News that the newspaper still "refuses to take responsibility for the fact that it unnecessarily and dangerously racialised the situation".

Fiona Rutherford • 11 months ago

A senior lecturer at Cambridge told BuzzFeed News she felt media reports on potential syllabus changes took "a fairly innocent, responsible, letter from students to stir up a racial panic".

Fiona Rutherford • 11 months ago

Stormzy dominates the nominations for this year's MOBOs.

Fiona Rutherford • 12 months ago

"We’re in 2017 and periods aren’t a secret."

Fiona Rutherford • One year ago

Maggy Hopson, a member of the unsearchable Just a Little Idea group, said she found Facebook's community standards confusing, and that many other people felt the same way.

Fiona Rutherford • One year ago

A London university says it never had plans to remove paintings of white founders, and Rhodes Must Fall is dying down, but the "decolonisation" movement is far from over.

Fiona Rutherford • One year ago

"There are a number of different controlling, humiliating, degrading tactics, and all of that can take place without a person raising a fist," Brenna Jessie, of the charity Scottish Women's Aid, told BuzzFeed News.

Fiona Rutherford • One year ago

We ate real flowers!

Fiona Rutherford • One year ago