Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
Rishi Sunak: ‘An Authoritarian With No Authority’
The Prime Minister's attempt to stop the clock on social progress is backfiring as Britain becomes increasingly tolerant and open-minded, reports Adam Bienkov
The End of America’s Title 42: ‘Immigration Needs to be Treated as a Humanitarian Crisis Rather than a Political Football’
Under Title 42, many migrants to the US were blocked from requesting asylum at all – what lies ahead with the policy expiring?
EXCLUSIVE Coronation Clampdown: 18 Hours in Elephant and Castle
While covering the arrest of Republican demonstrators last weekend, Mic Wright also discovered Westminster volunteers the Night Stars had been caught up in the Met dragnet
The Coronation: ‘A Spectacle of Apathy’
It is almost as though Queen Elizabeth’s death has brought down the old scaffolding, writes Jonathan Lis
Ukraine and Georgia Should be Welcomed into NATO
On the anniversary of VE Day, Mark Temnycky argues that Europe is more united than it has been since World War Two, but still needs to secure two more nations against Russian aggression
‘Putin’s Russia is the Antithesis of Eurovision – Let’s Keep it Off the Stage’
In the wake of Putin's invasion of Ukraine and brutal suppression of its culture, Matt Smith says Eurovision can provide another story of international solidarity and appreciation
Republican Arrests: ‘The Right to Protest is Dead. We Need a New Movement to Win it Back’
When ministers and police argue the ability to protest is based on ‘context’ like TV viewing figures at the King's coronation, it ceases to exist, says Josiah Mortimer