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Tom Cordell on how the new Government's plans to increase home ownership will only result in housing inequality rising further in the UK.
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.
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.
Otto English continues his investigation into how Nigel Farage's party is recruiting potential MPs – who have to pay a non-refundable £100 upfront...
Britain has not really faced up to losing an empire and the unresolved cost is playing out through the traumas of Brexit.
Tom Cordell continues his series on the housing crisis by looking at plans in Lambeth, south London, to use land assets to plug the gap in Government funding for local services.
Footage reveals the British commentator, promoted by Donald Trump, promulgating the conspiracy theory of Muslim immigration that inspired the Christchurch terror attack.
'My Three-Year Battle with the DWP Over PIP: I Just Didn't Want to Go On'
Otto English on his attempts to discover who Nigel Farage's parliamentary candidates – announced by the Brexit Party leader last month but never formally identified – actually are.
A report by the Public Accounts Committee reveals that time is running out for the Transport Secretary to re-order contracts to bring in supplies if the Hallowe'en Brexit deadline is met.
Paul Canning reveals the Labour Leadership's alarming tendency to mitigate the crimes of the Kremlin.
Jonathan Portes, Professor of economics and public policy at King's College London, on why the UK has long been a country shaped by immigration and immigrants – and how the reality of this is not as bad as the rhetoric portrays.
After an Electoral Commission investigation into Brexit Party PayPal donations, Otto English has questions about their recruitment of MPs.