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EXCLUSIVE Did The Times Editor Conceal the Truth about the Muslim Foster Carer Story?
Liz Gerard provides more evidence on the claim that Times editor John Witherow insisted on the controversial 'Muslim foster carer story' because it had been handed to the editor by an oligarch friend.
EXCLUSIVE NORTHAMPTONSHIRE CHILD DEATHS: "This Didn't Need to Happen"
the local authority decided the threshold had not been met to show the boy was "suffering or likely to suffer harm".
THE JUSTICE TRAP: The Non-Disclosure Crisis is Not New and Not About Cash-Strapped Police
Jon Robins on why the failure of key evidence to be disclosed in criminal trials in recent years has long been an issue leading to miscarriages of justice.
The Times, Andrew Norfolk and the ‘Muslim Foster Care’ Story: An Ugly Picture
Brian Cathcart, Professor of Journalism at Kingston University, on his new report examining how a reporter at The Times newspaper published three front-page stories which were fundamentally wrong and damaging to perceptions of Muslims.
US Intelligence on Iran Supports An “Almost Impossible” Scenario, says Former Navy Officer
Nafeez Ahmed on why the US' version of events about the attacking of a Japanese-owned oil tanker raises more questions than answers.
FEMINIST FOREIGN POLICY: Is this Our Only Hope for Peace?
Stephen Colegrave speaks to Kristina Lunz, co-founder of the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy, on why we need to fundamentally alter the lens through which we view foreign policy and how it is conducted.
How Russia Sowed Confusion Over Its Responsibility for Destroying Flight MH17
It is almost five years since flight MH17 was destroyed by a BUK missile fired by Russian soldiers, yet many people still think Putin’s regime did not shoot down the plane.