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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
The Home Office launched its Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme this month, as Afghans who worked with the British and remain in the country face violence and fear
As China mounts the Winter Olympics, CJ Werleman considers the weight of evidence that exists about the Chinese Communist Party’s abuses in Xinjiang
Francesca Borri reports from Sangin, a place scarred by the events of the past 20 years, and considers what the American legacy is for a country now in chaos
Thomas Perrett reports on the efforts of corporate lobbyists to stymie US President Joe Biden’s climate ambitions
Sian Norris and Heidi Siegmund Cuda delve into what happened on 6 January 2021 at the US Capitol and investigate how the white supremacist aims of the insurrectionists have led to a far-right capture of education policy
CJ Werleman unpicks the insights from a new report into who took part in the attempted insurrection at the US Capitol on 6 January 2021 and what this tells us about the growing pro-Trump far-right movement in America
Sian Norris and Heidi Siegmund Cuda report on how the extremist QAnon conspiracy theory has captured the Republican Party and had devastating human consequences
As the Government launches a new Afghan Resettlement Scheme, desperate refugees expose the Taliban's violence and their fears for families left behind
Sian Norris and Heidi Siegmund Cuda examine how far-right aims on abortion expressed by the ‘mob’ at the US Capitol on 6 January 2021 have become the policy of the Republican elite
Sian Norris and Heidi Siegmund Cuda delve into what happened on 6 January 2021, exposing both the militarisation of the insurrectionists and the failures of the security forces to respond to a war-like threat
Sam Bright examines the record of the Foreign Secretary, as she eyes-up Boris Johnson’s throne
On 6 January 2021, far-right groups and Donald Trump supporters invaded the US Capitol in an attempted insurrection. One year on, Sian Norris and Heidi Siegmund Cuda delve into what happened that day and expose how far-right aims expressed by the ‘mob’ have become the policy of the Republican elite
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