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With the likely next Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, praising Britain today as the 'Greatest Place on Earth' all the unlearned lessons of Empire are coming back to haunt us.
Why do the British Not Eat Horsemeat? How Icons of the British Countryside have been Weaponised by the Brexit Establishment
Iain Overton on where power has always resided in Britain – and why the horse is its ultimate symbol.
Kyle Taylor of the Fair Vote campaign says the war of words between Scotland Yard and the Electoral Commission over electoral law breaking proves Britain needs urgent legislation.
Even though they're crucial to the security of future elections, the British institutions supposed to be safeguarding democracy are playing the game of passing the buck.
CJ Werleman speaks to the Australian filmmaker Benjamin Gilmour about his new film Jirga.
Otto English on why the Brexit Party MEPs' decision to turn their backs on the EU's anthem is more worrying than just being a mere stunt.
Hardeep Matharu speaks to Tahir Butt, a Muslim campaigner who spent nearly 30 years in the police, about his experience of racism and identity.
CJ Werleman on what the reaction to the violence in Oregon reveals about the rising threat of fascism in America.
Molly Greeves on why the iconic festival celebrating the LBGT+ community must return to its roots to have a real impact on social change.