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As Britain Slashes Aid to Ukraine, is Johnson Using the Threat of War as a Cover For his Own Scandals?
The support offered to Ukraine over a looming Russian invasion serves Boris Johnson's own interests rather than the country in Putin's sights, says Iain Overton
Scotland Yard is accused of an The Met is accused of an 'establishment stitch-up' after asking Sue Gray to censor references to illegal Downing Street parties in her report on illegal Downing Street parties
The Prime Minister is now in the desperate position of hiding behind a police investigation into himself, reports Adam Bienkov
As the media rightly focus on the PM’s alleged COVID rule-breaking, financial institutions quietly report pandemic profits, reports Tim Coles
Johnson's authority over his party and the country is rapidly draining away – as was evident at another difficult Prime Minister's Questions, reports Adam Bienkov
The Met has outsourced the decision on whether to investigate a crime into the hands of the institution accused of committing it, says Adam Bienkov
Prime Minister was swept into power, with little consideration for his suitability for the job, by the same forces now deserting him, reports Adam Bienkov
Sam Bright considers the potential conclusions of Sue Gray’s investigation into the Number 10 lockdown breaches
Sam Bright evaluates new data showing a growing divide between richer and poorer parts of the country
The four defendants were found not guilty of criminal damage for removing the statue of the slave trader in Bristol – the rule of law in Britain will be significantly eroded, says Gareth Roberts
Sam Bright investigates the suspension of the controversial Twitter account and speaks to insiders about the evolution of the platform. With additional reporting by Katherine Denkinson
IPSO has backed down from investigating the systemic journalistic failures at the Jewish Chronicle, revealing it was never fit for purpose – says Brian Cathcart
CJ Werleman assesses the likelihood of President Xi Jinping launching a Chinese invasion of the island state based on a widely unchallenged falsehood of territorial claim