Renowned weapons expert Dan Kaszeta, who was blacklisted by the Government over his tweets, explores why we have not heard the last of the scandal of the Government ‘cancelling’ expert speakers
There is a stark contrast in the response to the closure of Nigel Farage’s Coutts account – and bank account closures of progressive organisations in 2015
We should celebrate the birth of the NHS and the welfare state – but also acknowledge it has too often let learning disabled people down in the worst way imaginable, writes Stephen Unwin
The head of MI6 was right when he recently declared that China was ‘absolutely complicit’ in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, writes Brian Latham
A big problem facing UK politics is that both main political parties see the status quo as in their narrow self-interest, writes former diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall
A new report by a national commission has found that ‘systemic racism embedded in the Government’s responses to the pandemic may have worsened outcomes’
The strategy being employed by the Government seems to be clear: using the veil of impartiality provided by ‘independent’ reviews to legitimise its agenda, Adeeb Ayton argues
How did they allow a threadbare tale from a totally discredited news source to swamp the airwaves and the news pages, asks Brian Cathcart
Bonfires to mark the day in Northern Ireland are often used not as a symbol of one’s national identity but as a marker of territory, writes Emma deSouza
Russia’s use of cluster bombs is leaving Ukraine fighting sub-optimally against a weapon it doesn’t have, writes Brian Latham
Tree Hugging has a long venerated past of protest and environmental protection. Is the Labour Leader completely ignorant of it?
Polluting privatised water companies have been hollowed out by dividend stripping and reckless borrowing. But there is a way out
With a damning report finding that racism is entrenched in cricket, Shamik Das explores how it is impossible to separate sport from society and what is required for transformative change
Today’s landmark anniversary for the NHS has also sparked a wave of party-pooping by those using the occasion to argue for its end as we know it, writes NHS doctor David Oliver
Boris Johnson’s controversial appointments to the upper chamber show change is required – but Labour may not be on the right track
Deep-sea mining will mean vast destruction we can’t predict – to produce minerals we don’t need, according to the CEO of the Environmental Justice Foundation
With complaints about the notorious column on the grounds of harassment, inaccuracy and racial discrimination dismissed by IPSO, this ruling will have no effect on the conduct of the press, writes Brian Cathcart
With the Government’s flagship policy in legal disarray, will the Conservative leadership finally stand up for the rule of law or continue stoking their culture wars?
We can no longer prevent the extinction of many species – but will this provide the wake-up call we need?
Many academics in both Ukraine and the UK are horrified by the Putin-enabling posturing of far-left factions within the UCU
Keir Starmer has closed-off policy-making and refuses to engage with critical voices, writes a Labour peer
In the first week of the Covid Inquiry, the importance of aerosols has been ignored, and the WHO’s disastrous initial claim Covid ‘is not airborne’ has been overlooked
Is it any surprise Conservative politicians and media rush to back North Sea gas and oil given their funding?