Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
In a Life and Death Crisis, Will the British People Finally Wake-Up to the Reality of Boris Johnson?
Musa Okwonga explains why, despite the Government's objectively scandalous handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, those in the UK remain broadly supportive of the Prime Minister.
Azfar Shafi examines how the conflation of security and public health, as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, has the potential to hollow out our public services to an extent not seen before.
Mike Buckley argues that the UK Government's apparently confusing 'Stay Alert' messaging is actually carefully calibrated to wash their hands of blame.
As British Muslims on the healthcare frontline bear the brunt of COVID-19 fatalities, Dr Shazad Amin joins mounting calls for Public Health England to reverse its decision.
Otto English delves into how the Brexit Party leader is keeping himself relevant now that we have taken back control and his American dreams have not come to fruition.
With Boris Johnson handing out millions of pounds of public money to subsidise a cheerleading press, Brian Cathcart says that the corruption is so brazen it takes your breath away.
Rebecca Welshman detects a disturbing subtext which echoes Boris Johnson's Churchillian rhetoric over the pandemic while shifting blame away from his administration.
Stephen Colegrave compares the failure to prepare for the mental health impact of COVID-19, especially on the young, to the Government's neglect of care homes.
How has Brexit impacted on the UK's COVID-19 response and why is the UK's future relationship with the European Union now more important than ever?
CJ Werleman explores the Tesla CEO's contribution to discussions around the Coronavirus crisis and why his need for personal recognition in such times is dangerous.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has rightly focused on hospitals and care homes – but hidden hotspots of the virus such as prisons should not be forgotten as we tackle the outbreak.