Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
BeLeave whistleblower Shahmir Sanni named various individuals involved in electoral wrongdoing during the 2016 EU Referendum – now they're in power.
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
Those handed responsibility for saving our planet are determined to terrorise us into extinction so that their super-rich backers can become ever richer.
Iain Overton on the death of advertising tycoon Lord Timothy Bell, an advisor to Margaret Thatcher and co-founder of the controversial firm Bell Pottinger.
Crime writer Duncan Campbell takes his seat in the press bench for a most satisfying trio of cases.
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.
Stephen Komarnyckyj on the pro-Kremlin group linked to the Conservative Party – and what it says about Britain.
Steven Barnett, Professor of Communications at Westminster University, on why broadcasters, academics and members of the public should be careful to trust newspaper coverage of polls and call out bogus claims about public opinion.
To defeat and eradicate the threat of white nationalist terrorism, the US will be required to wage a war on itself. Is it up to the job?
The polarity in modern debate leads to an over simplification which fails to recognise that humans are multi-dimensional creatures with complex motivations.
Henry Porter on why he remains optimistic that Brexit can be stopped and why giving in to pessimism will never be the answer.
CJ Werleman on why India's revocation of its agreements with Pakistan over Kashmir is so concerning in light of a lack of condemnation from the international community.
Tom Cordell on why a longer-term strategy of building houses and creating employment in tandem across the UK may be the only way out of the housing crisis.
Jonathan Lis argues that the inability to call out Donald Trump's white supremacism is not impartiality and caution - it's a dereliction of duty.
David Hencke speculates on Prime Minister Boris Johnson's limited options as he tries to keep hold of power in the face of a disorderly Brexit and a rebellious Parliament.