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The slapdash reimposition of lockdown measures by Boris Johnson's administration exposes its real attitude towards its new ‘Red Wall’ voters, argues Sam Bright
Airbrushing the crimes of European history fuels the structural racism and conscious apathy we see in modern Britain, argues Khadija Akhi Uddin
James Wallbank explores how Systems Thinking can help the public to understand the methods of the Prime Minister and his chief advisor –and why they must not be mistaken for buffoons
Northern Ireland has been marginalised and maligned throughout the Brexit process, and will soon see the consequences
With more than $10 trillion of investment planned around the world in response to the Coronavirus pandemic, Stephen Colegrave considers whether this money can be used to halt climate change
The Russia Report failed to grasp the philosophical underpinning of Vladimir Putin’s plans for the West, argues Zarina Zabrisky
Sam Bright tracks the global expansion of data mining company Palantir during the Coronavirus pandemic
Creating a fuller, fairer picture of British history requires urgent reforms to the National Curriculum, explains Dr Cheryl Diane Parkinson
Their reaction to the assault on left-wing commentator Owen Jones proves that many far-right-wing commentators secretly approve of silencing those who oppose them
The contrast between Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon is driving Scotland towards independence, argues James Melville and Kat Cary
Otto English compiles the epic accomplishments of Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, during his first year as Prime Minister
With articles by its chief reporter Andrew Norfork continuing to land The Times in trouble, Brian Cathcart asks how long can this go on?
With proposals for teachers to predict student grades, concerns have been raised about how bias will effect the life chances of those from poor and minority backgrounds
Snobbery towards working-class consumers won't fix the fast fashion industry, argues Molly Greeves
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