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By overstating the threat, or continually pushing the idea, that Russia hacked votes in the 2016 US presidential election, we may be playing right into our adversary’s hands
Tom Cordell on why the Mayor of London's plans to control private rents in the capital could be the revolution required to break through the housing crisis.
Jonathan Portes on why ideology, short-termism and a relentless focus on Brexit has resulted in economic hardship continuing in the UK long after the Coalition Government.
CJ Werleman on the US President's worrying attempts to gain support by tapping into deeply-rooted anxieties and prejudices concerning race.
With Rupert Murdoch’s chosen government waging a war on journalists in Australia, democratic values in his country of birth are in peril, writes CJ Werleman.
Canadian Drew B explains his experience of sleeping rough in London and his battle on the streets against being deported.
Britain has not really faced up to losing an empire and the unresolved cost is playing out through the traumas of Brexit.
The injustice of how our justice system deals with its own errors was a key theme at the launch of Proof magazine this week.
'We would Rather Die Now than be Kept in Here Forever' – Life Inside a Saudi Detention Centre for Rohingya Refugees
CJ Werleman documents his conversations with Faisal Thar Thakin, a Rohingya Muslim who has been held in the kingdom's notorious Shumaisi detention centre for the past six years.
Jonathan Portes, Professor of economics and public policy at King's College London, on why the UK has long been a country shaped by immigration and immigrants – and how the reality of this is not as bad as the rhetoric portrays.
CJ Werleman speaks to the Australian filmmaker Benjamin Gilmour about his new film Jirga.
Hardeep Matharu speaks to Tahir Butt, a Muslim campaigner who spent nearly 30 years in the police, about his experience of racism and identity.