Katharine Fish talks to some of the people involved in Build-it, a Lambeth youth charity. ‘For some young people, just showing up is a positive thing’, says Julia Walker, a [...]
A new free school will be built on the Brixton campus of Lambeth College in a major redevelopment announced by the Department for Education. The DfE h ...
Thinking about that New Years’ trip? Not sure what to do or where to go? Well check out Laurice Laird’s suggestions of five ways to exit this year ...
The investigation into the death of Sean Rigg in police custody is to be re-opened by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC). Following the inquest into Mr Rigg’s death which [...]
With tributes pouring in worldwide, Londoners lay flowers by a statue of the anti-apartheid icon, yards away from the South African High Commission in Trafalgar Square. The people of Brixton [...]
Aurora Project Lambeth’s doors opened over two years ago now. Isabel Hope-Urwin stopped by to see how things were getting on. In the hubbub of Stockwell Road, Aurora Project Lambeth’s [...]
Ahead of its launch, Katrin Magnussen meets the authors of ‘Darcus Howe: A Political Biography’. “Every part of his life is exciting,” exclaims Robin Bunce, from a well-worn sofa in [...]