United Kingdom

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Thousands of people rallied in London in support of immigrants outside Parliament on Monday. (Photo: Press Association)
While members of the British Parliament are debating whether or not to welcome Donald Trump with a state visit, people across the United Kingdom on Monday are taking to the streets to protest the anti-immigrant policies championed by the new U.S. president and the global far-right movement. Tweets about #ukstoptrump OR #1Daywithoutus "Since...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
In what was described as an example of "British Trumpism," the U.K. government...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Underscoring the need for a global shift to a low-carbon economy, a new report...


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.