Plans for Hack Attack, based on journalist Nick Davies book on the phone hacking scandal, never got off the ground due to the tycoon’s great “passive power”.
How is the duty on healthcare professionals to refer individuals vulnerable to terrorism under the Prevent strategy injecting racialised interactions between doctor and patient into the NHS?
The public service broadcaster still refuses to explain how it agreed to stage Jon Sopel’s interview at the under investigation ‘WeBuildtheWall’ fundraising event near El Paso.
As Bannon’s PR stunt near El Paso is swiftly followed by a horrific mass shooting, Hardeep Matharu looks back the Cambridge Analytica origins of ‘Build the Wall’.
Britain has not really faced up to losing an empire and the unresolved cost is playing out through the traumas of Brexit.
Experts across the board fear a Trump-style Boris Johnson Government would be a threat to the criminal justice system.
With the likely next Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, praising Britain today as the ‘Greatest Place on Earth’ all the unlearned lessons of Empire are coming back to haunt us.
Hardeep Matharu explores the 30th anniversary of the end of the Berlin Wall and how and why the building of walls is making a worrying comeback – in the US and elsewhere.
Hardeep Matharu explores why those in the Muslim community believe that the Government’s controversial counter-terrorism strategy is doing more harm than good.
G7 leaders will gather to discuss calls for a ‘Christchurch Call’ to combat terrorism and violent extremism on social media – but what about the news sites of the traditional press?
Far from being topics of taboo, integration, immigration and racism have been politicised for years in dishonest narratives. Are Tony Blair and other centrists going down the same path again as populism rears its ugly head once more?
The Government is warned that it must do more to prioritise the mental health of prison officers as new figures reveal thousands have been referred for mental health assessments.
100 years after the horrific expression of British brutality in India, the Government still appears unwilling to formally apologise for the killings in Jallianwala Bagh.
The complicated love-hate relationship of immigrants from former colonies with the British Empire cannot be ignored if lessons are to be learned in post-Brexit Britain, says Hardeep Matharu
The Age of Ministerial Irresponsibility: The cabinet ministers who got away with facing the consequences of disastrous decisions.
As another provider of probation services teeters on the brink of collapse, the Government remains committed to a role for the private sector in supervising offenders.
As Brexit continues to dominate all of British political life, what about the families up and down the country going hungry, cold and getting further in debt because of the benefit cap?
How can the Government reduce the use of short prison sentences if judges lack confidence in community alternatives?
Natalia Kaliada of the Belarus Free Theatre and Mark and Marichka Marczyk explain how protestors can’t abandon the barricades if they are to defend their freedoms.
As a new campaign is launched calling for the Government to introduce non-means tested legal aid for families who lose relatives in a state-related death, a Government minister defends the status quo.
With the number of serious further offences by those on probation rising by over a third since the service was reformed in 2014 by Chris Grayling, the probation workers’ union asks: where is the political accountability for the failings?
Hardeep Matharu meets the charity helping inmates to think about their lives and how to transform them and explores why we can’t wait for the Government to make prisons places of change.
Society must understand the human story behind crime to deal with it, according to the creators of Crooks.
UN Special Rapporteur Professor Philip Alston believes the perception that human rights are only for criminals or the most vulnerable is damaging
Making Spice a Class A drug is likely to make its already devastating effects on vulnerable communities worse not better, politicians have been warned.
The EU citizens turning to philosophical psychotherapy to help them cope with Brexit
The Home Secretary Sajid Javid has proved himself to be “unprincipled and unfit to hold one of the great offices of state” after turning the UK’s back on opposing the death penalty, according to an eminent human rights lawyer.