Rishi Sunak has taken over as Prime Minister after Liz Truss, who would have served only 50 days. IMAGO takes a look at the chaos unfolding in the United Kingdom over the last several months.
Last month, Jake Daniels became the first active professional footballer to come out as gay in UK football for three decades. The Game columnist Andy Murray asks why nobody before a 17-year-old forward for second-tier Blackpool with one senior appearance to his name felt able to be themselves…
“Football without communities and fans is meaningless, modern football is trying to get rid of that feeling, I don’t think they can achieve it.”
The Game columnist Andy Murray explores the staggering disparity in prize money in women’s football and how it could affect the game’s exponential rise.
James Varley dusted off his grandfather’s archive and has created a platform to share it with the world. Photos that either made it into the papers, won awards or were kept in his darkroom over the years are a sign of his times. IMAGO spoke to James about his grandfather’s legacy.
British photographer Martin Salter is preserving his memories and a nation’s past through quirky, personal and beautifully compositional photographs. Stating that it is about “getting that balance between loose and impactful” he tells us why poignance is found in photographing real people in candid places; distilling daily life, people and culture.
'40 Music Venues' Photo Project. A new photobook by Alex Amorós sheds light on the uncertain future of many cherished cultural venues across the UK and is campaigning to raise money in support.