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From dark money think tanks to health privatisation, the influence of the American right on British politics is greater than we think, says Rachel Morris
Larry Cohen profiles the US Democratic Representative for California who, despite representing arguably the wealthiest place on Earth, is focused on appealing to working America
Thomas Perrett explores how the current cost of living crisis has spurred a new wave of Thatcherite economics
The country has moved on from Brexit and won't be distracted by 'culture wars' – where does this leave Johnson and the 'Red Wall'?
Rachel Morris inspects the legal basis for the prosecution of the Government’s fatal failures during the pandemic
The Prime Minister's focus on 'wedge issues' is turning voters away from the Conservative Party, as it suffers two heavy by-election defeats, reports Adam Bienkov
Vested interests are winning the battle over the UK’s climate change commitments, observes Andrew Taylor-Dawson
Sam Bright inspects how the Government is undermining its ‘Levelling Up’ mission through a new era of public transport austerity
Former diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall charts how she was employed to bend the truth – and the consequences of this for our current politics
CJ Werleman highlights the brutal circumstances of people living in Gaza, as they are forced to live in a perpetual conflict zone
The issue is not about physical infrastructure but the quality of legal provision, practical assistance and the conditions facing refugees in Rwanda, writes Brad Blitz
The Government's new housing proposals reinforce a cynical narrative about 'skivers versus strivers' perpetuated by the Conservatives over the last 12 years, argues Sascha Lavin
Peter Jukes looks at the precarious persistence of investigative journalism in Britain – especially when it comes to Russia, Trump and Brexit – and the importance of the public interest defence
Katrina vanden Heuvel reflects on why the Congressman and former constitutional law professor's politics can help guide the US to a more humane and radical future
The Prime Minister is determined to cling on to power – no matter how much more damage he does to his own party and the country, writes Adam Bienkov