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Why has Britain Failed Its Businesses when Other Countries have Protected them from the COVID Crisis?
Mike Buckley reports on how the decisions of other governments to provide more comprehensive support to businesses during the pandemic will likely put their economies in a much stronger position than the UK’s
Otto English provides the lowdown on all those hoping to lead the running of the capital... and only just emerges from the rabbit hole
Ivor Gaber reveals how a secretive government agency help secure criminal convictions against trade unionists for violent picketing and why their convictions have been overturned – fifty years on
£900 at a pub in Oxford; £5,400 in Primark. Sam Bright questioned Priti Patel’s department about some peculiar purchases, but received an unconvincing answer
As news emerges that the Test and Trace programme budgeted for £438 million to be spent on management consultants, Matthew Gwyther delves into the inner workings of the industry
Stephen Delahunty reports on a lawsuit being brought before for the courts to consider the legality of the UK-Morocco Association Agreement
Shahed Ezaydi reports on a change to immigration detention laws which campaigners fear would put the victims of trafficking at greater risk of harm
Reverend Joe Haward shares his experiences of having ME and explores the challenges patients face in getting the reality of their lives with the disease heard by professionals and those in positions of power
EXCLUSIVE The ‘Phantom Threat’: University Free Speech Policy Only Based on ‘Small’ Amount of Evidence, Government Admits
Sam Bright unpicks the evidence, relied on by ministers, for their new clampdown on academic institutions
With new data from the Office for National Statistics exposing the extent of sexual violence in England and Wales, Sian Norris explores possible steps forward
As the Supreme Court rejects an attempt to pay care workers for ‘sleep-in’ shifts, Sian Norris reports on the pay disparities in a highly gendered workforce
Saba Salman speaks to people with learning disabilities to explore how the Government can prevent this group from being sidelined again – as they have been during the Coronavirus pandemic