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EXCLUSIVE From Lying to the Queen to the Queen's Speech: People Want Accountability for Political False Promises
In the wake of the General Election, Sally Brown and Sarah Musselbrook commissioned a poll on public attitudes to mendacious politicians.
Caroline Orr on how the Inspector General's report is bad news for the US President and his fake narratives around his extensive Russian ties.
David Hencke's guide to the seats to keep an eye on and a few surprises that may be on the way.
Peter Jukes dissects how 'No 10 sources', mainstream broadcast journalists and an army of hired online activists tried to save Boris Johnson from himself.
With the news that Russian President Vladimir Putin has passed a law classifying journalist, bloggers and even social media users as 'foreign agents', Sarah Hurst has been keeping track of those paying the ultimate price.
David Hencke reveals how offshore riches and the explosion of Airbnbs is creating a rise in ghost towers and a falling electorate.
Steve Komarnyckyj sums up the UK connections of the oligarch at the centre of the Trump impeachment scandal, and finds new links to Brexit Britain.
New analysis shows that, despite his populist announcements, the Prime Minister was the highest earning MP during the last Parliament.
How Malta's Assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia Connects to an Organisation Close to Nigel Farage
Turlough Conway reports on two men associated with the murder of Malta's most famous journalist, who were key donors to Nigel Farage’s pan-European political project.