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Having portrayed itself as helping voters overthrow a hated established order, Boris Johnson’s Government has now become the epitome of everything those same voters dislike, says Adam Bienkov
The UK financial sector remains a significant contributor to the escalation of the climate crisis, reports Thomas Perrett
Evidence, exclusively seen by this newspaper, suggests that officials are trying to find new uses for visors purchased from one firm during the first wave of the pandemic, Sam Bright reveals
An update to the Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy will make it much harder for Afghans who worked with and for the British to seek protection here, say campaigners
Ministers have failed to see that an absence of care and nurturing lies at the heart of harms to children, says Carolyne Willow
EXCLUSIVE Far-Right Echoes in Westminster: How Extremist Pressure on Migration Affects Government Policy
In the first part of an exclusive investigation into the far-right response to the migrants who tragically drowned in the Channel, Paul Mason and Sian Norris look at how political pressure from such activists risks fuelling Government rhetoric and policy
A parliamentary committee has found that the Government’s proposals lack transparency and consultation, and fail to provide evidence as to why the changes are "necessary and proportionate"
Conservative MPs fear that they will lose the safe seat – with traditional voters struggling to find reasons to stick with the party, reports Adam Bienkov
COVID-19 almost killed Boris Johnson and now it is killing his leadership of the Conservative Party, says Adam Bienkov
Healthcare staff are expressing concerns at being able to offer all adults the Coronavirus booster jab by 2022
A perfect storm of rising need, austerity and funding cuts has created a crisis in children's social care, Sian Norris reports