Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
Dr John Ashton, a former director of public health, considers the fateful legacy of the Atlético Madrid-Liverpool football match and the Cheltenham races.
CJ Werleman explains why President Donald Trump's support from the Christian Right is proving deadly in the US' response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mike Buckley considers the disadvantages of the Government schemes announced to support the employed and self-employed and whether a universal basic income might be the way forward.
Joey Ayoub explores a big dilemma facing the EU, involving a desire to dissolve borders within while promoting them without.
Steve Shaw reports on the US Government's announcement of charges against President Nicolas Maduro for drug trafficking and questions the timing of such a move during the Coronavirus pandemic.
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Gareth Roberts argues that the Chancellor must not revert to type after the COVID-19 pandemic eases and preside over the continued under-funding of public services.
From his time working with Brexit and Conservative lobby groups, Shahmir Sanni argues that the people in power in the UK actually despise social services, despite their praise of them during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr John Ashton with his update on UK developments on the Coronavirus and the side-effects we are overlooking.
Sarah Haque explores the gap between expert and public understandings of science and why this poses such challenges in times of public health crises such as the Coronavirus pandemic.
Why are social media companies so reluctant to accept the harm caused by allowing users to set up anonymous accounts?
CJ Werleman looks at the international conspiracy theories being thrown around about the Coronavirus and how the Chinese Communist Party is using the pandemic to further its geopolitical goals.