Stephen Komarnyckj on the resignation of the US Special Representative and what the mounting scandal actually means on the ground in Ukraine.
“It would be destructive of one of the core principles of constitutional propriety… for the Prime Minister or the Government to renege on what they have assured the court,” Lord Pentland ruled.
Concerns have been raised about the independence and impartiality of those tasked with conducting the inquiry into the investigative reporter’s murder in Malta in 2017.
Stephen Komarnyckyj digs deeper into Hunter Biden’s connection with the Ukrainian gas company Burisma and the shark tank of Ukrainian politics under Viktor Yanukovych.
Emma Burnell discovers many wider echoes in the dramatisation of tensions between Ukrainians and Poles.
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.
Updates on the lasting legacy of the murdered Maltese journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Dutch writer Chris Keulemans reflects on the battering Britain’s standing has taken with the rest of Europe – but warns there is no room for complacency anywhere.
Zarina Zabrisky provides a timeline of Aleksandr Dugin’s career and his connections to Russian Intelligence.
A sense of British exceptionalism based on our colonial past is “alive and kicking” in hearts and minds – and we must make ourselves aware of it, warns Lord Victor Adebowale
Forensic News has obtained corporate documents are shedding new light on Stephan Claus Roh, a Swiss-born international lawyer and the “money behind” Maltese professor Joseph Mifsud.
CJ Werleman argues that mass shootings in the US to further a white nationalist agenda could spread to other parts of the Western democratic world – for which it must be prepared.
David Hencke’s analysis of the restrictive measures being drawn up by European countries and EU member states on the post-Brexit fate of British nationals seeking to make their lives there.
Nicola Driscoll-Davies on new developments in the investigation of the murder of Malta’s most prominent journalist.
A new report, co-authored by a Conservative MP, sheds more light on Vladimir Putin’s sinister hybrid war, which – tested in Ukraine in 2014 – was then brought to Britain, the EU and the US.
Paul Canning reveals the Labour Leadership’s alarming tendency to mitigate the crimes of the Kremlin.
It is almost five years since flight MH17 was destroyed by a BUK missile fired by Russian soldiers, yet many people still think Putin’s regime did not shoot down the plane.
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.
A cache of hacked documents which allegedly expose an FSB agent has been released by the Distributed Denial of Secrets, but the truth reveals the importance of UK shell companies
A new report by Pieter Omtzigt urges the Maltese Government to set up an independent public inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death immediately.
Mike Stuchbery draws strength from history and argues that anyone who cares about stopping the Far Right, now fighting in a Europe-wide alliance, needs to vote in the Euro Elections this Thursday
When Far Right and populist figures such as Hungary’s Viktor Orban talk about a ‘crusade’ to defend ‘Christendom’ – this should ring some very shrill alarm bells.
Konrad Mizzi and Keith Schembri – both named by the murdered Maltese investigative journalist fir their offshore ‘Panama Papers’ accounts – are now under fresh judicial scrutiny.
Louise Raw counters some of the myths around the former EDL founder and argues there is only one antidote if Robinson announces his candidacy
Otto English on the weird moral maze of would-be Brexit Party MEP Claire Fox and her Spiked Network.
It has been 18 months since Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated and Malta is still no closer to an independent public inquiry, and the trade in passports she complained of continues to boom.
Marketing himself as a newcomer to politics, TV Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky is currently in the lead in the run-up to Ukraine’s presidential elections. But maybe he’s not as disconnected to the wheels of power as he appears.
Nicola Driscoll-Davies returns from Malta with more chilling details on the financial and legal threats Daphne Caruana Galizia was dealing with in the weeks before her assassination
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
A hacked trove of documents shows Russia’s interior ministry struggling to cope with a refugee crisis caused by President Putin’s Ukrainian adventure
Maltese Investigative Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was subject to a staggering number of legal challenges before she was assassinated in 2017
The first in an occasional series to accompany the UNTOLD: Dial M for Mueller podcast with Carole Cadwalldr on why Britain needs an FBI-style investigation into Brexit.