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In the second part of his profile on the Tory leadership favourite, Otto English explores Boris Johnson's use of realpolitik in his drive towards grabbing the keys to No. 10.
Natalie Bloomer and Samir Jeraj report on how the tragedy at Grenfell Tower still hasn't led to change for others living in poor conditions.
While the Football Association and Kick It Out strive for improvements, a new survey reveals shocking attitudes among those who attend top-level matches.
CJ Werleman on why the international community should hang its head in shame over its failure to help stop the genocide still ongoing in Myanmar.
HONG KONG PROTESTS: Will UK Take Action over Extradition Law Driving Hundreds of Thousands of Protesters to the Streets?
Proposals by Hong Kong's authorities to allow the extradition of suspects to China have caused outrage in the city. Does the law contravene the “one country, two systems” agreement between the UK and China?
Brexit Party's PayPal Funding Methods Slammed by Elections Watchdog - But What Needs to Happen Next?
Turlough Conway, who broke the story of the Brexit Party's questionable PayPal funding structure, provides an analysis of what must now be done to safeguard our electoral processes.
Chris Grayling's 2013 cuts slashed the legal aid budget by a third – £751 million. Jon Robins examines the toll this is taking on people's everyday lives.
As the favourite to become our next Prime Minister launches his leadership bid, Otto English looks back on the life, times and the very many lies of Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson.
Civil servants in the Department for International Development 'only wanted to hear good news' to pass on to the UN, says disability charity.
Faisal Khan reports on the continuing questionable relationship between Britain and Saudi Arabia.
EXCLUSIVE Charity Watchdog to Condemn Oxfam Over Haiti Sexual Exploitation – But Ignore Global Sexual Abuse of Refugees and Aid Workers
A report by the Charity Commission will single out Oxfam's failures on sexual exploitation, while brushing aside the much bigger scale of the problem.
With the former SNP MP sentenced to 18 months in prison for embezzlement, court reporter James Doleman ponders the utility of incarceration for non-violent crimes.