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Exclusive Male, Pale and Colonial: Russell Group Universities Dominated by Named Buildings Reflective of a Bygone Era

, 26 April 2022
Max Colbert investigates the backgrounds of those commemorated on leading university campuses

The Government’s Rwanda Plan is a Relic of a Colonial Age

, 21 April 2022
Britain's historic hostility towards migration – by politicians of all stripes – has laid the groundwork for Priti Patel's controversial plan to send people seeking asylum to Rwanda, says Thomas Perrett

Resigning Matters: By Failing to Step Down, Johnson has Put Democracy on Standby

, 14 April 2022
Prime Minister Boris Johnson in March 2022. Photo: Alberto Pezzali/PA/Alamy

The Upside Down: Where Is the Man? The Many Lives of Pontius Pilate

, 14 April 2022
John Mitchinson explores the enduring fascination with the man who was asked to send Jesus to his death

Five Things Ukrainians Want You To Understand Now

, 12 April 2022
Chris York provides an insight into Ukrainian perceptions of the war, and how they believe it is being misrepresented abroad

The Bosnian Precedent: Anticipating Russia’s Crimes Against Humanity in Ukraine

, 7 April 2022
Jasmin Mujanovic argues that Vladimir Putin’s imperial plan follows the genocidal path set out by Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic, and will be accompanied by the same strategy of disinformation and denial

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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MENSA Name Change Sparks Fury

, 1 April 2022
Otto English reveals another controversial branding change in the name of gender equality
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