Spain has accepted just 1,100 refugees of the over 17,000 it has pledged to take in
One sign that was held read ‘Faced with police impunity let’s be uncontrollable’
At least 350 demonstrations have been organised by activists on both sides of the debate
Sir Bernard Hogan Howe says police expect ‘lots of protests’
50 years after homosexuality was partially decriminalised in England and Wales, activist and writer Andrew Lumsden looks back on his experiences in the Sixties
From escorting women to abortion clinics to a new 'Resistance Manual', here's what campaigners are doing next
1 in every 100 Americans marches to protest new President's inauguration, with no arrests reported
Trump's ownership of the hotel may be illegal, and his Spanish-American chef quit after he implied Mexicans were 'rapists' and 'killers'
Hundreds of foreign workers, who need to send earnings home to their families, waited more than six months for pay
Thousands pledged to protest against High Court ruling on Article 50 - but only around 100 people turned up
Wage disparity means women all across Europe are essentially working for free
Participants were responding to a piece in a Rhode Island paper from a man sneering at the wearing of Lycra exercise wear outside of gyms as 'tacky' and 'ridiculous'
Sylville K. Smith was shot dead by police after attempting to flee a traffic stop
A security guard forced Thomas Rees and his boyfriend Joshua Bradwell to leave the store after a customer complained about them ‘touching inappropriately’
The total number of arrests amounts to 22
The men are seen chanting Mr Johnson's name as they walk into the protest, provoking anger among the demonstrators