The manner in which the Conservatives’ anti-net zero campaign has been waged has resonant parallels with that which produced Brexit, writes Julian Petley
The UK could show global leadership by pushing for the international community to broaden its definition of refugees, writes former British diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall
The latest sanctions stand in stark contrast to the UK Government’s often inaccurate descriptions of life in Rwanda, where it plans to send some asylum seekers
Firearms officers have handed in their weapons over concern that one of their own has been charged with the murder of 24-year-old Chris Kaba
Government austerity and savage cuts to council funding have decimated respite and short break services
The climate was the one last issue on which Britain could credibly claim a degree of global leadership – the Conservatives’ cheap electioneering has shattered that
Suella Braverman plans to end inspection of this lucrative market as complaints mount about conditions
The Government’s commitment to build more homes, while protecting wildlife from deadly pollutants is “failing to deliver for either side”
The Prime Minister is abandoning a popular green agenda in order to benefit a shrinking minority of voters, writes Josiah Mortimer
A new bill passed by the UK Government has reopened deep wounds in Northern Irish politics
The Chair of Parliament’s Culture, Media and Sport Committee wrote to the Channel following the extensive allegations against Wootton, as reported by Byline Times.
If the West really wants to end migration, there is a solution: spend more money in the countries migrants are fleeing.
Exclusive new poll finds the public is far more tolerant of diversity and cultural change than the Government appears to believe, Adam Bienkov reports
Four companies have ruled out underwriting the controversial plans for a deep mine off the coast at St Bees
An increasingly desperate Prime Minister is resorting to false claims about his opponents in order to cling to office, writes Adam Bienkov
A new short film reveals the heart-wrenching stories of those who lost their loved ones to COVID – and exposes the politics of poverty behind the crisis
UK higher education qualifications have been suspended from the European quality standards body because of the way the Office for Students was regulating universities.
What are the forces driving refugees across the Channel? What are they fleeing? What are they hoping for?
“Human beings do not belong in barges or camps. The correct way to house people is to house them in communities.”
An adjustment to the scheme will make it cheaper for companies to pollute, boosting their corporate profits
Britain cannot assume other countries will automatically bend the knee to it based on the country’s past historic greatness, writes former diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall
A majority of voters believe “nothing in Britain really works” and say Rishi Sunak’s party has made public services worse, according to an exclusive new poll
A new parliamentary report reveals that, apart from the £16.4 billion estimated tax and benefit fraud found by the National Audit Office last year, ministers have no idea about the level of fraud in the rest of government
422,000 households across the UK are estimated to be affected by the two-child allowance limit – but not Members of Parliament