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Avoidable Sabre Rattling in Jersey Can’t Hide Brexit’s Impact on Fishing
Gunboats patrolling Jersey’s waters was avoidable, yet the fracas with France is one of many Brexit-related issues plaguing the fishing industry, David Hencke and Sian Norris report
EXCLUSIVE ‘We’re Balancing the Books on the Backs of the World’s Poor’: Former Conservative Minister Speaks Out Against Foreign Office Cuts
Adrian Goldberg reports on the potential loss of hundreds of thousands of lives due to changes in UK policy
Could Its COVID Catastrophe Save Indian Democracy from Fascism?
CJ Werleman explores how the gross mismanagement of the Coronavirus’ second wave in India may have created serious problems for Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist-populist Government
Government Cuts to Reproductive Health Funding Fit into an Anti-Rights Agenda
The international aid cuts to reproductive health services put women's lives at risk and reflect the anti-rights positions of more than one Conservative donor, Sian Norris reports
A Smokescreen for Tragedy: The Human Cost of Populism
The ultimate cost of corruption, incompetence, division and myth is always there, waiting to be brought home – as it has been for too many people in India and around the world during the Coronavirus pandemic, writes Hardeep Matharu
Could Egypt and Ethiopia Go to War Over Water?
Jonathan Fenton-Harvey reports on an escalating conflict centred on the river Nile
Is Starmer’s Labour Party Picking Sides on Islamophobia?
Stephen Delahunty reports on allegations that the Conservative Party is not alone in marginalizing Muslims