Tory culture wars have made UK less safe for gay people, says Chris Bryant
The Labour MP Chris Bryant has said that Downing Street's focus on culture wars has contributed to an ideological environment in which he feels "less physically safe as a gay man" than was the case 30 years ago.
Grayson and Philippa Perry unveil new Art Club exhibition
Artist Grayson Perry has unveiled the second exhibition arising from his hit TV series Grayson's Art Club, which he launched with his wife, Philippa, during the first wave of the pandemic.
Culture wars to PM's blustering: A brief history of Peppa Pig
Boris Johnson unexpectedly dragged Peppa Pig onto the national stage on Monday by recounting his recent visit to a theme park devoted to the children's TV favourite during a spectacularly confused address to the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) Annual Conference.
The Moment That Janet Jackson's Career Stalled and Justin Timberlake's Soared
'Malfunction: The Dressing Down of Janet Jackson'
[MUSIC PLAYING] "If the culture wars could have a 9/11, it's February 1, 2004."
LGBTQ Candidates Made History on Election Night 2021
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Brad Lander is likely to beat a far-right Republican in the comptroller race.
Brad Lander, a three-term New York City councilman, is expected to win Tuesday's race for comptroller against Daby Carreras, a Republican aligned with the Trump wing of the party.
Voters will be asked to show identification to vote under Morrison government proposal
All voters will be asked to present identification to vote under a Morrison government bill to crack down on alleged voter fraud.
Oxford college installs plaque calling Cecil Rhodes a 'committed colonialist'
A college at the University of Oxford has installed a plaque next to a statue of the mining magnate and politician Cecil Rhodes, describing him as "committed British colonialist" who exploited the "peoples of southern Africa".
Reform UK tones down culture war rhetoric and targets Tory voters
Reform UK, the rebranded Brexit party, plans to focus less on culture war issues and instead try to attract disenchanted Conservatives with more weighty policy offerings based on the cost of living and healthcare, its leader has said.
'A culture wars lightning rod': exit Craig, enter a panic over woke Bond
always joke, how many Bond fans does it take to change a lightbulb?"