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Spooking the Spooks: Media Complicity and Security Concerns over Lebedev and Johnson
Otto English looks at the relationship between the son of a KGB spy and the Prime Minister and how it raises troubling questions about the closeness between media owners and politicians.
The Housing Crisis is Driving People to Live in their Cars – Can Labour Fix It?
Jake Lynch examines whether Corbyn's Green New Deal could provide solutions for those who are falling through the cracks.
FIRTASH: How the Trump Impeachment Scandal Leads back to British Brexiters
The oligarch at the centre of the Trump-Ukraine scandal is linked to the Vote Leave campaign and the Conservative Party. Steve Komarnyckyj unravels the background of Dmytro Firtash.
The Curious Tale of the Russian Spy's Son and the Man who Would Be King of the World
With Rupert Murdoch and the Barclay Brothers pulling out all the stops to back the Prime Minister, one crucial media player with a very interesting background is often overlooked.
Brexit will be a Time to Celebrate for Organised Crime and those On the Run
Duncan Campbell considers what the end of the UK's participation in the European Arrest Warrant will mean for people involved in organised crime being brought to justice.
EXCLUSIVE The Shady 'Shadow' Trade Authority: A Costly Example of Government's Hollow Brexit Posturing
Sarah Hurst on her afkaesque experience of waste and confusion at the new Trade Remedies Authority.
Boris Johnson Backtracks over Pledges on Pensions Scandal and Social Care
The Prime Minister's Queen Speech and recent announcements are a long way away from the commitments he was declaring during his leadership election.
Julian Assange to Stay in Prison While his Fight Against Extradition to the US on Espionage Charges Continues
The WikiLeaks founder appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court this morning via video link from Belmarsh Prison.
'Back to 60' Pensions Scandal: 1950s Women Launch Crowdfunder to Bring Appeal
A campaign group determined to secure compensation from the Government for 3.8 million women, born in the 1950s, who face a six-year delay in getting their pensions is continuing its fight.
'A Sikh Man Standing Up for Muslim Women Mattered in Exposing Boris Johnson's Divide and Rule Dog Whistle Politics'
Hardeep Matharu sat down with MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi to discuss his passionate taking down of the Prime Minister and his derogatory comparisons labelling Muslim women as letter boxes and bank robbers.
Will Brexit Lead to Separate Time Zones in Ireland?
A new European Union directive aims to abolish daylight saving time, which could result in a one hour time difference between the north and south of Ireland following the UK's exit from the EU.
Rape and Grooming Gangs: How Islamophobic 'Sex Crimes' Propaganda Fuels the Far-Right
CJ Werleman on how women are weaponised in racist myths as victims of Muslims, with the result more women are subject to racist attacks.
'He Must Comply': Court Assured that Boris Johnson Will Ask EU for Brexit Extension if No Deal Reached
"It would be destructive of one of the core principles of constitutional propriety... for the Prime Minister or the Government to renege on what they have assured the court," Lord Pentland ruled.
'Back to 60' Pensions Scandal: The Fight Isn't Over, 1950s Women Vow
The battle for 3.8 million women to be compensated due to a rise in the pension age continues, reports David Hencke, despite yesterday's High Court ruling dismissing their case.
Why Do Land Values Matter?
Tom Cordell examines the approach taken to create modern homes in Liverpool where, although land values are low, there are still challenges to overcome.