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David Hencke reports on the radical moves to undermine parliamentary democracy by Boris Johnson's chief advisor and the Cabinet Office Minister
With black people being disproportionately affected by the Coronavirus in the US and the UK, African governments must be proactive in protecting their populations and prevent the virus' damaging social side-effects
'Test, trace and isolate' is not working and is unlikely to work well anytime soon. With the Government failing, community medics and volunteers reveal how we can save ourselves
Paul Dempsey shows how ‘big data’ cannot replace ‘no data’ and that the UK’s centralised plan to combat the Coronavirus was flawed at the outset
Though it made much of controlling the borders, Mike Buckley reports how the Vote Leave Government is abandoning the principle at great cost to business and the NHS
The Prime Minister's attempts to show his understanding of Aussies and New Zealanders fell flat this week – as have his attempts for post-Brexit trade
Following a front page story giving a platform to JK Rowling's abusive ex-husband by the Sun newspaper, Emma Jones speaks to campaigners about why the lives of women who have suffered domestic violence seem to be valued less in society than men's
CJ Werleman reports on how violent right-wing extremists have been empowered further following the murder of George Floyd and the protests of the Black Lives Matter movement
As the Premier League restarts after its suspension due to the Coronavirus, Gareth Roberts looks at a hidden epidemic in Soccer — dementia and other signs of neurological damage
Stephen Yaxley-Lennon's former producer explains how the hard-right has chosen a fight it cannot win and why Boris Johnson cannot cut it completely loose
As the Government announces plans to renationalise probation, reversing the catastrophic privatisation of the service, former MP Ian Lucas explains how the murder of a constituent obliterated his faith in the criminal justice system.
Tom White, Ben Jacob and Crystal Ma look at how private firms and billionaire donors could benefit from the radical restructuring of universities during the Coronavirus pandemic