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Selective Sleaze: The Crescendo of the Cronyism Crisis
With a tabloid feeding frenzy over a minister’s alleged affair, Sam Bright, Peter Jukes and Hardeep Matharu explore the wider public issues concealed by personal scandal
Campaign Launched to Give Domestic Abuse Survivors More Time to Report Common Assault
A coalition of women’s organisations hope to use the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill to improve survivors’ access to justice
‘Test and Trace’ Breaks Promise Over Private Consultants as Extra £170 Million Granted to Corporate Giants
Baroness Dido Harding’s testing and contract-tracing operation has increased its reliance on outsourcing – breaking its commitment to MPs, reports Sam Bright
EXCLUSIVE Conservative Councillor Turned Anti-Lockdown Advocate at Centre of Nick Watt Abuse Incident
Sam Bright and Sian Norris explore the growing threat to journalists and press freedom from conspiracy theorists with large online followings
Education Committee Consulted Experts who have Dismissed White Privilege and Condemned ‘Feminist Zealots’ for New Report
MPs’ report on the disadvantages faced by white working-class pupils received submissions from people who call discussions of privilege ‘woke dogma’ and believe diversity drives are ‘racist’
Can Philanthropy Save Public Interest Journalism?
Rodney Benson assesses the pros and cons of the funding model of American non-profit news organisations and considers whether it could help stop the relentless redundancies happening in UK journalism
Turning a Deadly Blind Eye: Government Forced to Court Again Over Its Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia
UK ministers continue to licence arms for sale to Saudi Arabia when there is a clear risk that they will be used to kill innocent Yemeni civilians, report Bonyan Jamal and Molly Mulready
EXCLUSIVE How Much Did We Pay For PPE? Data the Government Doesn’t Want to Reveal
John Lubbock inspects data that has been leaked and accidentally released about the amount the UK actually paid for PPE during the Coronavirus crisis
Red Wall or Blue Wall?
If the Conservatives are now losing liberal moderate voters, the surprise is that it has taken this long, not that it is happening at all, says Mike Buckley