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Though most people assume Steve Bannon-style populism arrived with Brexit in 2016, the planning, the people, and the project first came together three years earlier.
EXCLUSIVE Signs of Home Office Finally Scaling Back on Theresa May's "Hostile Environment" after Windrush Scandal
New figures obtained by Byline Times and a recent report by the Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration indicate that the Government is now attempting to reduce the scale of its controversial policy.
He's likely to be our next Prime Minister and said the public wants politicians who say it like it is. These queries from James Hanning should pose no problem to Boris Johnson then
A case has been brought by the Medical Justice charity against the Home Secretary on the challenging of possibly unlawful deportations.
David Hencke digs into new research published by the Department for Work and Pensions on the cost of compensating millions of women who lost out on pensions when the state pension age was raised from 60 to 66.
Home Office's Fast-Track Deportations 'Tricking' Vulnerable Migrants into Returning to Danger, Court Hears
A case has been brought to challenge the Home Office's policy of giving migrants just 72 hours' notice of potential deportation.
Now the Electoral Commission has agreed it's likely that the Brexit Party broke electoral laws during the European Elections, it is legally obliged to return impermissible donations with 30 days of receipt.
In the second part of his profile on the Tory leadership favourite, Otto English explores Boris Johnson's use of realpolitik in his drive towards grabbing the keys to No. 10.
Natalie Bloomer and Samir Jeraj report on how the tragedy at Grenfell Tower still hasn't led to change for others living in poor conditions.
Brexit Party's PayPal Funding Methods Slammed by Elections Watchdog - But What Needs to Happen Next?
Turlough Conway, who broke the story of the Brexit Party's questionable PayPal funding structure, provides an analysis of what must now be done to safeguard our electoral processes.
Chris Grayling's 2013 cuts slashed the legal aid budget by a third – £751 million. Jon Robins examines the toll this is taking on people's everyday lives.
As the favourite to become our next Prime Minister launches his leadership bid, Otto English looks back on the life, times and the very many lies of Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson.
Civil servants in the Department for International Development 'only wanted to hear good news' to pass on to the UN, says disability charity.
Faisal Khan reports on the continuing questionable relationship between Britain and Saudi Arabia.