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A New Review into Children’s Deaths by their Parents’ Partners Raises Questions About the Future of Social Care
Does another review of more tragic deaths of vulnerable children provide the answers needed to protect children from harm, asks Katharine Quarmby
Out of the shadows and into the mainstream, Sian Norris examines the line-up of right-wing politicians and far-right activists at a controversial conference in Hungary
The Murdoch press' reaction to Prime Minister Scott Morrison's defeat shows that it sees itself as the media arm of Australia’s major right-wing political party, says CJ Werleman
AV Deggar considers how the Vote Leave coalition may react to emboldened separatist forces in Scotland and Northern Ireland
Thomas Perrett unpicks why the Conservative Party is considering rebooting the long-discredited housing policy
The Conservatives promised to keep the UK wedded to its biggest international market after Brexit, but have instead left us in ruinous isolation, reports Adam Bienkov
Former Labour MP Ian Lucas explores how digital campaigning and Big Tech has driven a coach and horses through the UK’s historically robust electoral rules
Rachel Morris considers the malaise of modern Britain as the Conservatives initiate Austerity 2.0
The Conservative Party is refusing to deal with the Prime Minister's failing leadership as he leads the UK into a recession which could expel him from office, reports Adam Bienkov
Rachel Morris reviews the Government’s repeated unlawful behaviour, concentrated in the Home Office
The claim that the Prime Minister has shown Churchillian solidarity with Ukraine does not stand up to scrutiny, says Sam Bright
The Conservatives are Fundamentally Rewriting Britain’s Electoral Rules – Why Is this Not Headline News?
Josiah Mortimer reports on how the Elections Law will impact low-income and minority voters, neuter the elections watchdog, and change the voting system for mayoral elections