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Risking Our Democracy

, 26 April 2022
Former diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall argues that the time has come for serious discussions about reforming Britain's political structures

Hating Boris Johnson

, 22 April 2022
Otto English explains how he became an expert on the boy who wanted to be 'World King' and why he cannot now bear to write a single word about the man

Exclusive North Loses Out as Government Replaces EU ‘Shared Prosperity Fund’

, 20 April 2022
Sam Bright and Tom Robinson calculate the reductions in UK regional development spending, compared to the equivalent EU scheme

The Rwanda Scheme: Electoral Racism to Policy Racism

, 19 April 2022
Decades of shifting political racism have created a rich reservoir of racialised attitudes for Boris Johnson's regime to exploit, says Martin Shaw

Post-Brexit Britain: A Rotting, Corrupted State

, 19 April 2022
Chris Grey explores why the UK’s departure from the EU cannot be separated from other challenging political and public developments in Britain today
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Britain’s Foreign Media Oligarchy

, 14 April 2022
Sir David Barclay (left) and his twin brother Sir Frederick after receiving their knighthoods from the Queen at Buckingham Palace in 2000. Photo: Michael Stephens/PA Wire/PA Images

Exclusive The Broken Brexit Promises Leaving Loved Ones In Limbo

, 13 April 2022
Sian Norris reports on how delays to family permits for spouses, parents and children of EU nationals and British citizens in the UK are causing families untold emotional distress

The Church of Putin

, 8 April 2022
Reverend Joe Howard explores how the Russian President has won support from US evangelicals and his playbook matches that of the European far-right

How Johnson’s Government is Using Oligarchs in its Attempt to Rebuild the ‘Red Wall’

, 6 April 2022
Sam Bright and Sascha Lavin explore how the Government is inviting questionable regimes into Britain’s former industrial heartlands

Backwards Britain: Having Rejected a European Future, We Can Only Hark Back to an Imperial Past

, 5 April 2022
Hardeep Matharu explores how the Russian invasion of Ukraine has exposed the UK's perilous retreat – at a time when collaboration and a new vision of itself is required to navigate the dangerous realities of a changing world
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