United Kingdom

Nika Knight, staff writer
London's British Museum was shut down on Thursday after Greenpeace activists scaled its columns to call on the museum to drop BP's sponsorship for a "blockbuster" exhibit—about flooded cities. "Sunken cities aren't a thing of the past, they are happening now. And if BP gets its way, they could come to define our future." —Greenpeace BP,...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
More than 500 high-profile activists, Nobel Peace Prize winners, academics,...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
The British government's move to outlaw boycotts, including those aimed at...

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A supermarket giant in the U.K. has removed metal spikes outside stores to deter rough sleepers and other "anti-social" elements after people protested that the latest in "defensive urban architecture" treats the homeless as pigeons, rats or other unwashed, unwanted, shoo-go-away vermin. Left Unity argues there are 700,000 empty homes in the country, and no good reasons for anyone to be homeless.