Why politicians should heed the King’s words by encouraging a common civic identity
Britain’s political parties should take lessons from King Charles and encourage good relations between people of all faiths and creeds
The changing faces of desi brunch
More than something simply eaten between breakfast and lunch, the meal has taken myriad identities all of its own
Is virtual speed dating the way to make a real online connection?
Maybe it’s better to just spend the night in washing your hijabs
From the catwalk to the high street, ‘Quiet Luxury’ is making a big noise
The rise of this new and understated celebrity trend shares much in common with the aesthetics of modest fashion
Social media influencers have no right to declare anyone an apostate
Muslim organisations need to challenge online firebrands and provide better examples for young people
Can King Charles make the monarchy relevant for Britain’s Muslims?
The King has expressed a deep respect for Islam. For Muslims in the UK, it may not be enough to curb their apathy
The simple pleasure of a good kitchen gadget
From breadmakers to rice cookers, we are constantly looking to make our kitchens faster and more user-friendly. But what makes an appliance truly indispensable?
Are relationships toxic, or is it just people?
It’s often said that you can’t love anyone without loving yourself — and it also helps you get the love you need
gal-dem’s closure is heartbreaking but the fight for a better media must go on
The closure of independent publications risks silencing already marginalised voices, including Muslims