Inside Just Stop Oil: the 'hooligan' climate protesters taking on the tankers.

Damien Gayle, a Guardian environment correspondent, follows a group of climate activists as they try to paralyse the UK's fossil fuel distribution network.
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We film with him as the protesters break into oil terminals, glue themselves to the road, climb onboard oil tankers and let down their tyres. The campaign, called Just Stop Oil, argues the UK has three years to slash its carbon emissions. They have been met with arrests, injunctions and condemnation from politicians – with the government using the Queen’s speech to announce curbs on disruptive protests. But with deep-pocketed supporters, and claims they are signing new volunteers every day, they are vowing to continue

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Made in London: the TikTok star taking on poor social housing.

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Kwajo Tweneboa watched his father die in a damp, dilapidated flat. Then he took on the system, harnessing the power of social media to make change with videos exposing attrocious conditions in social housing all across London. Subscribe to The Gua...

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In the months since the invasion of Ukraine, Estonians, who share a border with Russia, are increasingly concerned about potential Kremlin aggression. Subscribe to The Guardian on YouTube ► Despite the threat being low, more than 1,000 ordinary wo...

The queer revolution in the Middle East: 'One good song can do more than 5,000 protests'.

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Mashrou’ Leila were one of the biggest bands in the Middle East, with a lead singer, Hamed, who is the most prominent openly gay rock star in the Arab world. Subscribe to The Guardian on YouTube ► Known globally, their gigs were regular sell-out s...

Putin's Russia: dictator syndrome and the rise of a 'mafia state'.

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Guardian correspondent Luke Harding chronicles the defining moments in Putin's early presidency that helped turn Russia into a 'mafia state' – from the clampdown on the independent media, to shocking assassinations and the emergence of pro-western...