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The injustice of how our justice system deals with its own errors was a key theme at the launch of Proof magazine this week.
'My Three-Year Battle with the DWP Over PIP: I Just Didn't Want to Go On'
Experts across the board fear a Trump-style Boris Johnson Government would be a threat to the criminal justice system.
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.
'We would Rather Die Now than be Kept in Here Forever' – Life Inside a Saudi Detention Centre for Rohingya Refugees
CJ Werleman documents his conversations with Faisal Thar Thakin, a Rohingya Muslim who has been held in the kingdom's notorious Shumaisi detention centre for the past six years.
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.
Tom Cordell reports on an endangered proposal by local people in north London to force developers to provide genuinely affordable homes.