Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
Fashion Faux-Pas: 'Social Audits' Should No Longer Be On Trend
Outsourcing responsibility for exploitation in the fashion business will not build trust or improved conditions, argues Luke Smitham
Muslims Are Being Treated Like a Virus
Coronavirus has presented the latest opportunity to blame Muslims for a national catastrophe, argues Amina Shareef
Why Would Russia Want to Interfere in British Politics?
Russia’s foreign policy seems based on nihilism according to Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee but Misha Glenny argues that Putin is much shrewder than that
Deadly Consumption: Anti-Lockdown Propaganda Papers Need a Health Warning
A poor diet of news, like a poor diet of food, puts people at greater risk of suffering from COVID-19, argues Sam Bright
Australia's Convict Colony Past Produced the Interview that Wrecked Trump
CJ Werleman explores why the Australian journalist Jonathan Swan was able to sidestep deference and put the American President on the spot as others have been unable to do
In its War Against Coronavirus, the Government has No Idea what Victory Looks Like
Leighton Andrews explores the consequences of the Prime Minister’s empty rhetoric on how to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic
Fatal Vagueness: These Three-Word Slogans Will Be the Death Of Us
Alex Andreou dissects how the Vote Leave Government's latest hollow message around the Coronavirus is devoid of any real meaning and betrays the contempt it holds the British public in
Does COVID-19 Show the Writing’s on the Wall for Tackling Climate Change?
CJ Werleman considers how alarming environmental developments have been sidelined again as the world deals with the Coronavirus crisis