On Road magazine lets young people tell their own story

Young people in the UK are often painted in broad strokes, dismissed as layabouts and criminals, and burdened with the blame for last year’s riots. Theron Mohamed looks behind the scenes at On Road, a youth magazine attempting to alter these harmful perceptions. On Road magazine is produced by Fitzrovia Youth in Action (FYA), a …

Anti-monarchy group calls for end to “BBC bias” in reporting of the royal family

By News Reporters A group calling for an elected head of state and an end to any constitutional role for the royal family held a demonstration outside the BBC's Broadcasting House in central London this morning. Anti-monarchy group Republic called the protest in response to what they say is the BBC's continued bias in reporting …

The Evening Standard has waged a one-sided pseudo-campaign against Westminster City Council

By John Dales While I admire the Evening Standard's campaigning about illiteracy and the dispossessed, I’m dismayed at its one-sided pseudo-campaign about Westminster City Council's parking proposals. This is typified in Monday’s Standard by a news article and an editorial fashioned from a predictable, politically opportunistic, and self-serving letter from Labour Councillors calling for the Conservative leader …