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‘Where Would We Go?’ How Ukraine’s Elderly Survive the Onslaught of War

, 16 May 2022
With one in four Ukrainians over the age of 60, Natalie Vikhrov documents the suffering of the elderly during the siege of the country's second-biggest city Kharkiv

EXCLUSIVE Ukrainian Child Refugees in Limbo as Visa Applications Deferred

, 12 May 2022
Sasha has been waiting two months for his visa to come to the UK – but new rules say children travelling without their parents are only eligible under the Homes for Ukraine scheme if reuniting with a parent or legal guardian in the UK

Putin at War: Claiming De-Nazification, Reviving Antisemitism

, 11 May 2022
The Russian President’s Victory Day Speech and his Foreign Minister’s comments suggest of a fully-fledged antisemitic ideology is rearing its head in Russia

War in Ukraine: What Happens Next?

, 10 May 2022
Kyiv-based Paul Niland considers how Vladimir Putin’s invasion will play out in the wake of significant losses by the Russians across Ukraine

EXCLUSIVE The Forgotten Russia Report of 2008: How Ukraine is Paying the Price for Our Catastrophic Mistakes

, 9 May 2022
Fourteen years ago, Andrew Levi briefed the Labour Foreign Secretary on the dangers of Putin’s Kremlin. Now the terrifying predictions of that report have been vindicated, it is vital to reckon with our failures

EXCLUSIVE Inside the Fight Against the Human Trafficking ‘Sweet Shop’ on Ukraine’s Border

, 6 May 2022
A disturbing investigation by Chris York finds that war in Ukraine is another business opportunity for human traffickers

Boris Johnson has Not Been a ‘Great War Leader’

, 4 May 2022
The claim that the Prime Minister has shown Churchillian solidarity with Ukraine does not stand up to scrutiny, says Sam Bright

The Massacre of Bucha: Overcoming the Trauma of Russian Occupation

, 3 May 2022
After hundreds were murdered in their town, Ukrainian residents are turning to anti-depressants, alcohol, religion and ultimately to community to process the horror of what happened

EXCLUSIVE ‘War Is War But You Need to Carry on Living’: The Beginning of the Rebuilding of Ukraine

, 29 April 2022
A trip through the ruined towns around Kyiv is a story of resilience in the face of horror, finds Tom Mutch

EXCLUSIVE The Mail Order Bride Sites Exploiting War in Ukraine to Find Women

, 29 April 2022
In an exclusive undercover investigation, Sian Norris discovers how websites advertising mail order brides are using Russia's invasion of Ukraine to drum up business

EXCLUSIVE People Hosting Ukrainian Refugees Still Subject to Bedroom Tax, Government Confirms

, 28 April 2022
Public housing tenants will still face spare bedroom penalties – even if that bedroom is used to host a Ukrainian refugee, reports Sascha Lavin

‘This War Shows It’s Very Fragile to Rely On Force’: Meet Ukraine’s Human Rights Activists

, 27 April 2022
Sian Norris speaks to three campaigners fighting for a fairer, more equal Ukraine when the war ends

‘I Looked Outside: Apocalypse’ Easter in Odesa

, 25 April 2022
Zarina Zabrisky visits the site of a high-rise residential building in Odesa shelled by Russian forces on Orthodox Easter Saturday

The ‘Madman Despot’ Theory Only Serves to Embolden Vladimir Putin

, 25 April 2022
Dimitris Dimitriadis and Iain Overton explore how accusations of insanity serve to strengthen the Russian President’s hand in Ukraine

EXCLUSIVE UK Officials Rub Shoulders with Sanctioned Russian Arms Firms at World Defence Show

, 22 April 2022
Experts cast doubt on the logic and morality of the Government’s decision to attend a Saudi arms fair alongside firms held responsible for the devastation in Ukraine

The Church of Putin

, 8 April 2022

Russian Oligarch Behind Global Anti-Rights Campaign Indicted

, 7 April 2022

Wheat Wars: How the Conflict in Ukraine is Afflicting North Africa

, 29 March 2022
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