Among vacant shops and 15% unemployment, John Harris and John Domokos get immersed in Birmingham as it emerges from the pandemic. Amid despair, they discover hope - focused not on a Tory/Labour race for mayor, but communities brilliantly helping themselves
By 2020 everything from the proms to sausage rolls were said to be at risk from 'woke' online warriors. But what does it even mean to be woke? Who were the original anti-woke campaigners? And who benefits and suffers when these manufactured culture wars divide us? Owen Jones – often described as 'too woke' himself – tries to find out
As people emerge into a changed reality, the Anywhere But Westminster team focus on East London, where Covid-19 has fused with the Black Lives Matter movement and huge injustices are impossible to ignore
We want to hear what you are concerned about, hopeful for, or even looking forward to in a changed future, for a Guardian video series in which we will discuss how life may be different. What are the best things about our society that should be protected for future generations, and where can we see a need for change?
As the crisis continues, confinement and worry are taking a huge toll on children, young people and their parents. From across the country, families reveal the experience of everyday life in confinement, and the issues it highlights – from autism to bad housing
All over the country, people turn the camera on their lives and show how Covid-19 has changed their experience of work. A medical courier at the heart of the crisis demands basic rights, a worker at an empty airport pulls together a union hardship fund - and people in a range of jobs try to navigate the buckling benefits system and the government's scheme to help people who are no longer working. What burns through is the sudden urgency of people joining together to avoid the worst
As their national election trek goes on, John Harris and John Domokos hit the Surrey town of Guildford. The former Conservative MP is running as an independent; the Lib Dems think they're on the march. Only one thing is certain: all the old political categories and cliches are useless
As Tory conference cheers Boris Johnson’s do-or-die vision of leaving the EU, Anywhere but Westminster moves to Milton Keynes, a town evenly split between leave and remain, and hurtling into the future
Owen Jones has attended the Tory conference to find out what grassroots members think of Boris Johnson. Has the mission to 'get Brexit done' pushed the party further to the right? And do its moderate members have a home there anymore?