Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
Though the British Government and the Kremlin appear to be in conflict, Peter Jukes and Hardeep Matharu trace the underlying currents of oligarchy that unite them.
Brian Cathcart on the flagrant hypocrisy of Sun outrage on the subject of ‘buying off’ victims
Chinese state propaganda outlets are spreading their message across the globe with little pushback from the West, reports CJ Werleman
As ‘partygate’ rolls on, AV Deggar explores how the scandal has been framed to exhaust the electorate
Baroness Stuart’s crucial role in EU Referendum controversies should rule her out of a top position demanding impartiality and integrity, says former Labour MP Ian Lucas
Paddy Docherty explains how research for his book on the 1897 invasion of the Kingdom of Benin left him ashamed – an emotion he believes must be converted into action
Sunak’s Inadequate Response to the Energy Crisis Reflects the Treasury’s ‘Business As Usual’ Approach on Climate Change
The Treasury’s role in not forestalling investment in renewable energy sources is a key reason the Government cannot address the root causes of the cost of living crisis, says Thomas Perrett
The corporate newspapers are playing their full part in the corruption of the UK and they are being handsomely rewarded, says Brian Cathcart
The Prime Minister's allies are making increasingly ridiculous attempts to save his career, reports Adam Bienkov
Focusing on the currents cases against Carole Cadwalladr and Tom Burgis, Manasa Narayanan and Daisy Steinhardt explore how libel laws allow the rich and powerful to silence journalism