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Josiah Mortimer reports on a night shift worker at an Essex logistics hub who has to walk hours in freezing temperatures
As the former Prime Minister makes £750k from just three speeches since being ousted from Number 10, his voters feel abandoned
A legal briefing by Good Law Project says that election groups will have to closely monitor who loses out when mandatory voter ID comes into force in just a matter of months
‘They Know Who I Am, They Know What I’m Doing’: Arrested Journalists Speak Out over New Policing Act
Josiah Mortimer talks to Tom Bowles and Rich Felgate who were locked up for covering an environmental protest, and reports on more repressive legislation to come.
Josiah Mortimer reports on fresh voter suppression claims facing the Government – including the impact on young people – ahead of a rushed roll-out of mandatory voter ID for next May's local elections
Security experts and democracy campaigners raise fears over wild west Conservative leadership election if it goes to members, reports Josiah Mortimer
As Liz Truss vows to crackdown further on union action and the cost of living crisis escalates, Josiah Mortimer reports on the prospects of a general strike
If the Conservative leadership frontrunner gets her way and imposes new laws on trade unions it won’t stop wildcat and unofficial strikes, warn union sources
EXCLUSIVE Home Office Spends Just A Thousandth of its Rwanda Scheme Budget Publicising ‘Deterrent’ Abroad
New findings by Byline Times amplify concerns about the controversial policy's intended effectiveness and its role in the Conservative 'culture war'
Groped, Taunted and Followed Home: The Legal Observers of Protests Targeted by Officers for Peacefully Policing the Police
Josiah Mortimer digs into a shocking new report on the challenges faced by those trying to defend our right to protest
The Conservatives are Fundamentally Rewriting Britain’s Electoral Rules – Why Is this Not Headline News?
Josiah Mortimer reports on how the Elections Law will impact low-income and minority voters, neuter the elections watchdog, and change the voting system for mayoral elections
'Almost none of us have got justice. The first was Sarah Everard', said Marcia Rigg, who is part of a new campaign to secure justice for people killed in police custody