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2 June 2020,
Stephen Komarnyckyj reports on the Kremlin's effective disinformation campaign around the shooting down of Flight MH17 with the loss of nearly two hundred Dutch lives
29 May 2020,
Mike Buckley on why, amidst the pandemic, the public should still be kept informed of the looming deadlines over the UK's future relationship with the EU – and whether it will be deal or 'no deal'.
SWEDEN: The Other ‘Herd Immunity’ Country Vying for the Highest Coronavirus Per Capita Death Rate in the World
21 May 2020,
As Britain and Sweden compete in COVID-19 fatalities, James Melville considers the catastrophic failures of the Scandinavian country compared to its neighbours
11 May 2020,
How has Brexit impacted on the UK's COVID-19 response and why is the UK's future relationship with the European Union now more important than ever?
8 May 2020,
Maike Bohn, co-founder of the 3Million Campaign, explains how thousands were disenfranchised last year and their plan to take the Government to court over a dangerous precedent.
7 May 2020,
Paul Niland finds a pattern in the international responses to COVID-19, with populists who ignore the evidence having fared worst.
30 April 2020,
David Hencke reveals that to abide with World Trade Organisation and EU rules, Britain is set to impose retaliatory tariffs on the US.
22 April 2020,
James Melville reports on Denmark's effective response to COVID-19 — mass testing, an early lockdown, and no bailouts for companies in tax havens.
16 April 2020,
James Melville reports on how Greece, by adopting foresight rather than hindsight, has a fraction of COVID-19 deaths per capita compared to Britain
8 April 2020,
Blaise Baquiche explains his unusual route to regaining EU citizenship, through a 'law of return' in reparation for the horrors of the Inquisition.
6 April 2020,
Campaigners warn that it would be short-sighted for governments to allow efforts to save lives in the COVID-19 outbreak to destroy fundamental rights in societies.
2 April 2020,
Joey Ayoub explores a big dilemma facing the EU, involving a desire to dissolve borders within while promoting them without.
31 March 2020,
John Lubbock describes his enforced separation from his wife during the COVID-19 pandemic, which he believes lays bare once more the hostile environment the UK has cultivated.
26 March 2020,
Conrad Egbert provides his insights on dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak from Copenhagen.
23 March 2020,
Chris Keulemans reflects on what living with the Coronavirus might teach us about the kind of life we really want.
11 March 2020,
Stephen Colegrave considers why today’s EU announcement about sustainable products is an essential first step to combatting our disposable culture.
5 March 2020,
Musa Okwonga on why the fight to become Chancellor Angela Merkel's successor will indicate whether Germany will change paths or continue her legacy.
4 March 2020,
Gawain Towler spills the beans on the fast and furious task of being Nigel Farage’s right-hand man, an era which seems to have drawn to a close with the end of the Brexit Party.
3 March 2020,
February's 2020 parliamentary election in Slovakia was a triumph of cautious optimism over populism, but the real work is yet to begin.
2 March 2020,
James Melville explains why it might be time for the Scottish National Party to change its name.
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