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10 October 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on the concerns of senior public lawyers about the disputed Internal Market Bill
1 October 2020,
With allegations of black voter suppression re-emerging in the US, Stephen Delahunty looks at similar attempts to disenfranchise millions of voters in the UK
10 September 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on how mainstream Western media outlets are marginalising the voices and experiences of Palestinians
28 August 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on those caught in the bureaucratic nightmare of feudal leaseholds as the slow pace of costly remedial works takes its toll
27 July 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on former Chancellor Phillip Hammond's new job advising Riyadh as British arms sales to the Gulf kingdom increase
17 July 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on the Government handing a contract for personal protective equipment to a company which appears to have just £322 net assets
9 July 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on a controversial law which critics believe is being used by the Bangladeshi Government to silence dissent
2 July 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on another case of a private company with no expertise or experience providing personal protective equipment being engaged by the Government to do so
26 May 2020,
As drink sales rocket during the COVID-19 lockdown, Stephen Delahunty reports on how the reality of Britain's dependency on alcohol is coming home.
22 May 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on concerns about credit agencies being used by health bodies when processing patient data.
22 May 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on the work of Europa Worldwide Group in providing PPE – the managing director of which is a personal donor to Boris Johnson.
20 May 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on how the US Government's $669 billion Paycheck Protection Programme to deal with COVID-19 is benefitting those with links to the President.
12 May 2020,
Stephen Delahunty delves into the industries using the COVID-19 outbreak to repackage old demands and further their interests under the cover of a crisis.
24 April 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on the cutting off of the water supply in north-east Syria – a move amounting to a war crime – and what this means for the Coronavirus pandemic in the country.
19 March 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on why the Chancellor's £330 billion rescue package for businesses won't be enough to stop the hospitality industry from going under due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
11 March 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on why up to 50,000 university staff are striking for better conditions.
6 March 2020,
The National Audit Office reveals the haemorrhaging of taxpayers' money and the draining of resources from public services reports Stephen Delahunty.
21 February 2020,
The UK Government has said it does not encourage or support those operating in settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territories – despite a new UN report accusing British firms of being complicit in the violation of Palestinian rights.
10 February 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on concerns about electoral tech platforms, SuperPacs, and the fears of foreign interference resurfacing in the US Democratic Party.
29 January 2020,
Stephen Delahunty reports on how professionals and members of civil society in Turkey are living under a shadow.
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