I edit Upfront, a monthly digital magazine for Transport for London employees. This is the September 2019 issue focusing on the climate emergency.
otm spoke to three London Underground colleagues of different faiths about giving back to their community
The work doesn’t stop when the trains do. otm joined colleagues at Morden to see how crucial night-time planning and maintenance ensures a smooth-running morning service
'People want to have a happy life, no matter where and when, and that's also the case in Iraq,' said photographer Ahmad Mousa. With bad news breaking in the country almost every day, it would be reasonable to assume Iraq was always a war zone.
Sudanese-Australian author, engineer and social justice advocate Yassmin Abdel-Magied on rebuilding her life in London.
The work of Iraqi photographer Latif Al Ani is being exhibited in the UK for the first time, providing a portrait of Iraq as it has never been seen before.
"We have tried death by chemical weapons, by barrel bombs, by mortar shells. We have tried death by drowning in the Mediterranean, by freezing in refugee camps. There is no death that the Syrian people have left to try." For Stephen O'Brien, the UN's top humanitarian official, it seems he has tried every form of words possible.
The colonial creation of Iraq more than a century ago set the stage for today's turmoil. Letters from Baghdad gives a unique view through the eyes of the woman responsible.
The website of Iran's main stadium was hacked in protest over the ban on women watching men play football, after the World Cup qualifier in Tehran reignited calls for equality
Olympic Torch arrives in Tonbridge after intervention by Olympian
Marijuana dumped in field leaves hungry sheep feeling a bit woolly
We join golden girl in Hildenborough to see how her overhaul of ex-newsagents is taking shape
Article brands religion 'a threat to Christian children'
Miraculous escape as jet explodes into fireball in front of their eyes
Owner uses CCTV to record double-glazing fitter raiding his house
Southern's latest insult to beleaguered commuters