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After an Electoral Commission investigation into Brexit Party PayPal donations, Otto English has questions about their recruitment of MPs.
'This could Deter Black and Ethnic Minority Women from Seeking Help': The Fight to Save a Vital Women's Refuge
Natalie Bloomer and Samir Jeraj report on the campaign to keep London Black Women's Project running its specialist refuge service in east London.
EXCLUSIVE Condemnation of Maltese Government's Attempts to Deny Daphne Caruana Galizia was Assassinated
Nicola Driscoll-Davies gathers reactions to the attempt by a government spokesman to deny the political motives behind the murder of Malta's most famous journalist.
Alex Varley-Winter reports on how British Citizens resident in the EU are left in a 'void' by UK politicians about the risk of being made ‘illegals’.
CJ Werleman speaks to the Australian filmmaker Benjamin Gilmour about his new film Jirga.
With US 'migrant detention centres being compared to concentration camps, Alex Varley winter reports on how Britain has its own problem with non-criminal prisons.
Jon Robins spends a day at a court in east London where a number of tenants about to be evicted – who should be provided with legal aid – are relying on a duty lawyer.
Hardeep Matharu speaks to Tahir Butt, a Muslim campaigner who spent nearly 30 years in the police, about his experience of racism and identity.
EXCLUSIVE A Department in Disarray: The Secret Memos Revealing the Truth Behind the 'Back to 60' Pensions Scandal
Documents from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) tell a tale of a ministry not fit to handle informing millions of women born in the 1950s that they would lose their pensions and complacent politicians unwilling to take action.