There have been lots of reported "quarantine raves" since the coronavirus lockdown - with legal, licensed venues no longer open. The history of illegal raves in the UK can be traced back to the "second summer of love" and "M25 raves" in the late 80s, which gave us bands like The Prodigy. But after one … Continue reading Illegal raves: The history from house music to lockdown
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIaZtzbIzfQ The actor vs the police. An alleged crime… but of assault or fakery? Even President Trump's calling it a national embarrassment. Newsbeat's Imran Rahman-Jones asks What's The Fuss? It's the true story you'd struggle to make up - involving celebrities, police, a city mayor and the most powerful man in America. Best known for … Continue reading Jussie Smollett: WTF?
A poster telling people not to give change to rough sleepers has sparked a debate on how people treat them. It's after a housing campaigner posted a picture of a poster online which said: "You will be helping them to buy the drugs that could kill them." Read the full story at BBC Newsbeat.