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Following news that benefits may rise with earnings, not inflation, Sian Norris and the Byline Intelligence Team asks: who will be hardest hit? And is this an inequality economy?
As Labour's Chris Bryant accuses Liz Truss of misleading a select committee about her challenging Gulf leaders on human rights, Sian Norris reports on the impact of Saudi Arabia's armed violence on Yemen's children
High energy bills and pressure to provide warm banks for the public are threatening the cultural sector's recovery from the pandemic
Sian Norris considers Martha Gellhorn's classic 1966 examination of propaganda, Real War And War Of Words, and updates it for Putin's invasion of Ukraine
The electoral success of a formerly neo-Nazi party in Sweden – which has ties to the UK Conservatives – is part of a Europe-wide pattern where the extreme has become mainstream politics
For the first time since Harriet Harman took on the role in 1997, there will be no minister responsible specifically for women – with a man taking on the role of Equalities Minister
The Byline Intelligence Team has uncovered the killing of an 13th Congolese refugee in 2018 – undermining Government claims that 'no similar incidences had occurred' since the shooting of 12 people earlier that year
A four-part investigation by the Byline Intelligence Team exposes the human rights concerns over the Rwanda scheme – including repression of journalists and the killing of a 13th Congolese refugee in 2018
The findings come at a time when the sector has already been struggling to find carers to look after vulnerable children
Why is Scottish Government Spending £10,000 to ‘Support Dialogue’ Between Abortion Protestors and Patients?
Is mediation really the answer when it comes to groups holding extremist views and women accessing safe, legal healthcare?