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From the Soviet Union to China, Bosnia to the Uyghurs, CJ Werleman traces a historic tendency that turns a blind eye to international crimes
Why has Britain Failed Its Businesses when Other Countries have Protected them from the COVID Crisis?
Mike Buckley reports on how the decisions of other governments to provide more comprehensive support to businesses during the pandemic will likely put their economies in a much stronger position than the UK’s
Otto English provides the lowdown on all those hoping to lead the running of the capital... and only just emerges from the rabbit hole
CJ Werleman reports on the third mass shooting in a week in America in Boulder, Colorado, and explores how the country could start to stop such events happening with alarming frequency
CJ Werleman explores the overlap in beliefs between the ideologies and how and why they combine with deadly results
Customers are estimated to have lost £90 million, showing why proper regulation is more essential than ever, says John Lubbock
Kat Cary explains how women have been met with doubt and hostility, even when organising a peaceful act of remembrance
Mike Buckley reports on how the Government has wasted a year in providing COVID-19 protection for nearly nine million pupils
CJ Werleman explains why the new US President is pivoting his foreign policy toward the challenge of China
Martin Baker explores how the Coronavirus pandemic has hastened the rise and demise of digital and physical currencies
Rupert Read analyses how Brexit could be implemented in an eco-friendly way
Adam Hamdy argues that a year of fighting COVID-19 has revealed the lazy, superior assumptions of the West and Britain in particular