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India, Brazil, Britain: Exceptionalism Kills as Populism Thrives
With the spread and impact of the Coronavirus reaching alarming levels in India and Brazil, Kimi Chaddah explores how Narendra Modi, Jair Bolsonaro and Boris Johnson failed their countries but kept their popularity
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Sam Bright reports on how officials have struck-out crucial information in two uncomfortable cases
UK’s Post-Brexit Mexican Trade Deal Left Obsolete
The EU-Mexico Agreement has thrown a spanner in the works, reports David Hencke
‘We Did Everything We Could’: Four Reasons Why the Government’s COVID Narrative is False
PPE procurement, Test and Trace, Nightingale hospitals, ventilators... Sam Bright rebuts the official rhetoric with some facts
Care Leavers Facing ‘Vile’ Assessments in Postcode Lottery when Becoming Mothers
Why are formerly looked-after children having to undergo ‘pre-birth assessments’ when becoming parents themselves?
Legal Challenge on Bat Habitat Sends Message that Ecological Protections Matter
Stuart Spray reports on the importance of a High Court judgment on HS2’s actions in an ancient woodland
‘Most British Institutions Pander to the Mail’s Blackmailing and Racism’
As attacks by right-wing tabloids on female academics intensify, Sian Norris explores why they appear to be able to publish such material with impunity
Where’s the Promised Report into Conservative Party Islamophobia?
Though Boris Johnson rushed through a discredited report into racial disparities, what happened to the investigation into anti-Muslim bigotry he promised two years ago? Basit Mahmood reports
EXCLUSIVE Lex Greensill Spoke in Government Capacity at Event Hosted by Minister and Attended by 160 Delegates
Sam Bright reveals the Australian businessman had access to dozens of senior Government procurement officials at a single briefing
The Johnson Government’s Ties to Israeli Lobbying Groups Stains the UK’s Global Reputation
CJ Werleman explores the implications of the Government’s stance on an investigation into alleged war crimes in the Palestinian Territories by the International Criminal Court
I Exposed the Dark Arts of Lobbying – A Decade On Nothing’s Changed
Iain Overton recalls his undercover investigation into a notorious PR firm and explains why the scandal around lobbying and the ‘revolving door’ has worsened under Boris Johnson’s Government