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Delayed decisions are adding millions of pounds every week to the cost of refurbishing Parliament, reports David Hencke
Byline Times reveals how an organisation that supplied 2,700 ventilators to the Government is owned by a firm on the Isle of Man
A Russian historian devoted to exposing the horrors of Stalinism has just been handed an unexpected new jail sentence, reports Sarah Hurst
Tom Scott on how new revelations about voter suppression the US raise urgent questions about psychographic targeting of UK voters and plans to strip citizens of data protection rights
Health officials didn't know the total number of ventilators in national circulation at the start of the pandemic, a new report has revealed
While the new television channel has pitched itself as a rival to the media establishment, one of its co-founders maintains ties to one of Britain’s big broadcasters