Fighting rising hate and feeding the poor with Bearded Broz
Fed up with the rising anti-Muslim sentiment and grinding poverty around him, this Midlands activist founded Bearded Broz to help the most desperate in his community.
Enid Blyton's life story
Banned by the BBC for almost 30 years, her writing continues to be labelled sexist and racist. And yet Enid Blyton is still regarded as one of the best known and loved children's authors of all time. This is her story.
What is the menopause?
It's still a taboo. This is what really happens to a woman's body during menopause.
Sam Smith comes out as non-binary
"Maybe I'm just just me. And maybe that's ok." From shame to acceptance- this is how SAM SMITH came to realise he was non-binary and genderqueer.
5 countries that survived without a government
Northern Ireland has spent the last two years without a working government. But it's not the only country to have survived this kind of feat...
How some manicures are toxic
It may seem routine, but getting your nails done can actually be quite dangerous for both you and the manicurist. Here is how:
Charles I, Boris Johnson and political turmoil
The longest parliamentary session since the English Civil War has just ended. Here is how the political career of Charles I, though much bloodier, isn't entirely unlike Boris Johnson's:
How to hack facial recognition technology
It's creeping into train stations, shopping centres and increasingly used by the police: Here's how you can avoid facial recognition technology. 🕵️🙈
Sam Fender on male suicide
"There's no such thing as a snowflake, sociopaths use that word to describe people with empathy." On #WorldSuicidePreventionDay singer Sam Fender told Brut the tragic story behind his song "Dead Boys."
London vs Europe on transport innovation
From bus stops for bees to paying for your ticket with recycleable plastic: London could learn from these European innovations. 🐝