25 September 2019,
Iain Overton reports from eastern Ukraine on the toll taken by five years of war on its citizens – individuals whose lives have been devastated, but who do not dwell on the pain of the present.
23 September 2019,
Iain Overton reports on a medical centre in eastern Ukraine which was caught in an unexpected war – a war which transformed everything.
19 September 2019,
From defence to the environment, poverty to animal welfare, for three years now Brexit has suffocated debate and reform in equal measure – but for how much longer will this continue?
3 September 2019,
Why the Prime Minister's claim that his Government must tackle violent crime urgently by shutting down Parliament doesn't stand up to scrutiny.
27 August 2019,
Iain Overton on the death of advertising tycoon Lord Timothy Bell, an advisor to Margaret Thatcher and co-founder of the controversial firm Bell Pottinger.
Brexit Britain’s Love Affair with its Navy is Rooted in a Foolish and Costly Obsession with the Past
29 July 2019,
How Brexiteers' obsession with the sea and Boris Johnson's promise of more money for ship-building represents a yearning for the days of Empire.
19 July 2019,
Iain Overton explains how the Freedom of Information Act used to be a useful tool for journalists to hold power to account. No longer.
Why do the British Not Eat Horsemeat? How Icons of the British Countryside have been Weaponised by the Brexit Establishment
5 July 2019,
Iain Overton on where power has always resided in Britain – and why the horse is its ultimate symbol.
18 June 2019,
Iain Overton reports on how publicity around British landmine clearance efforts tend to ignore the War on Terror and the rise of IEDS.
4 June 2019,
Iain Overton's analysis of how Parliament's 50 MPs with service backgrounds vote on issues such as military intervention, Brexit, immigration and surveillance – and why this should be scrutinised.