Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
Press Attacks On BBC Over Princess Diana’s Panorama Interview are a Right Royal Hypocrisy
Liz Gerard dissects the response of newspapers to the BBC’s inquiry into the infamous interview with the Princess of Wales and explains why they should be turning the spotlight on matters closer to home
COVID Variants Demand Stronger Safety Measures for Children
We should be concerned, not just for children’s ability to spread the Coronavirus but also their capacity to suffer from it for years to come, says Mike Buckley
Every MP Who Cares About Democracy Must Unite to Stop the Government’s Attacks on its Foundations
Labour MP Stephen Kinnock and Kyle Taylor set out the case for cross-party co-operation to protect the electoral integrity of our political system
Priti Patel’s Interference is Jeopardising the Future of Independent Panels
David Hencke explains why the Home Secretary’s intervention in the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel report is so unprecedented and disturbing
Did Murdoch or the Met Delay the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel Report?
Peter Jukes, co-author with Alastair Morgan of Who Killed Daniel Morgan and the Untold Murder podcast, gives his personal take on the unprecedented intervention of the Home Secretary in the publishing of a report into the unsolved 1987 crime
The UK-Australia Trade Deal: A Tale of Brexit Insanity
Otto English dissects the disadvantages that a free trade agreement between the two countries would bring to the UK
Is Priti Patel Intervening to Stop Report into Daniel Morgan Murder Finally Confirming Institutional Corruption in the Media and Police?
Eight years after it was established, the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel is finally ready to release its findings into the unsolved 1987 murder of the private detective. So why has the Home Secretary now delayed its publication to ‘review’ its contents?
The DUP Takes A Backwards Step Just As Times are Changing in Northern Ireland
Emma DeSouza reports on the election of the Democratic Unionist Party’s new leader and its implications amidst declining support for unionism as a whole in Northern Ireland
Lost in the Storm: Arts Venues Re-open Too Late for Some Migrant Artists
Professor Sara Jones and Dr Kinga Goodwin reflect on how xeno-racism, Brexit and the Coronavirus are causing central and eastern European artists to say goodbye to the UK
Modern History Has Robbed Palestinians and Muslims of Friends and Allies
From Palestine to Myanmar, Xinjiang to Kashmir, CJ Werleman sees a pattern of persecution driven by Gulf rivalries and post ‘War on Terror’ geopolitics
Class Bias is Still All-Pervasive in the Modern Workplace
Your chances of getting ahead rely fundamentally on where you have come from, says Basit Mahmood