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Peter Jukes dissects the populist, nationalist ideologue's BBC performance and the Prime Minister's failure to account for his relationship to him and his company Cambridge Analytica.
Tom Cordell on how the new Government's plans to increase home ownership will only result in housing inequality rising further in the UK.
Who Killed David Holden? How the Murder of a Sunday Times Reporter has Lessons for Journalists Today
With journalists increasingly assassination targets, Peter Gillman, a former staff member on the Sunday Times' Insight team, looks at the murder of his colleague in Egypt in 1977.
By overstating the threat, or continually pushing the idea, that Russia hacked votes in the 2016 US presidential election, we may be playing right into our adversary’s hands
EXCLUSIVE Thousands of British Citizens Living in EU would have to Re-take Driving Tests in 'No Deal' Brexit Chaos, says Government
New guidance published by the Department for Transport reveals the upheaval a 'no deal' Brexit will cause for those looking to drive in EU countries.
THE JUSTICE TRAP: How the Cash-Strapped Miscarriages of Justice Watchdog is No Longer Independent or Doing Its Job
Jon Robins explores the state of the Criminal Cases Review Commission and the dwindling number of potential miscarriages of justice being referred to the Court of Appeal.
As an ex-journalist becomes PM, James Hanning's interview with ex-MP-turned-editor George Osborne explores the London Evening Standard's commercial dealings, independence and his ‘spiky’ approach to the newspaper.
US Conservatives and anti-social justice warriors are pushing a false narrative about hate crime hoaxes to distract from the alarming reality.
Byline Times' regular cartoonist Slymoon, who has worked with homeless people and experienced periods of homelessness himself, starts his picture essay on Manchester from street level.
Byline Times' court reporter James Doleman documents a bizarre run of cases on his return to the press gallery after a hiatus from the courts.
Tom Cordell on why the Mayor of London's plans to control private rents in the capital could be the revolution required to break through the housing crisis.
Jonathan Portes on why ideology, short-termism and a relentless focus on Brexit has resulted in economic hardship continuing in the UK long after the Coalition Government.
CJ Werleman on the US President's worrying attempts to gain support by tapping into deeply-rooted anxieties and prejudices concerning race.
Otto English continues his investigation into how Nigel Farage's party is recruiting potential MPs – who have to pay a non-refundable £100 upfront...
Hizbullah Khan explores how fiction is helping the victims of Afghanistan's decades of war to face up to the past.
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