2019 was a year of disgraceful racism in football both on and off the pitch – and 2020 is already off to an inauspicious start.
The vicious onslaught following the rapper's (misquoted) comments speaks volumes about where we are as a country, writes HuffPost UK's Nadine White.
There was a stadium announcement after 75 minutes saying that “racist behaviour among spectators is interfering with the game”.
The government has vowed to end 'no fault' evictions under the Housing Act 1988. Here's why groups like Acorn and Shelter have welcomed the move.
'We were promised an independent inquiry into Islamophobia specifically,' the Muslim Council of Britain said.
A Tokyo court ordered television journalist Noriyuki Yamaguchi to pay 3.3 million yen in damages to Shiori Ito, a freelance journalist who has become a well-known face of Japan’s #MeToo movement.
Northern Ireland, Wales and western parts of Scotland and England will bear the brunt of the gales throughout Wednesday night and into Thursday.
Pastors are alleged to have held a sign-up day for Universal Credit at a SPAC Nation trap house and asked young churchgoers to hand over half of the payments
The key allegations against the London church, which has been investigated by HuffPost UK, BBC Panorama and others.
Boris Johnson's history of racist remarks does not appear to have put voters off – a worrying fact for community members in south London.
Former members say "bleeding for seed", which involves young people giving the church money made from blood donations, has become normalised.
Boris Johnson's comments in the Spectator and elsewhere have fuelled racism, say worried families.
“This has truly been a massive group effort from people all over Ireland to save an important piece of Irish sexual history."
The total number of fatal stabbings is up on 2018. But who were the victims – and what can be done to stop the bloodshed in 2020?