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No Expatriate is Safe from Having their Human Rights Violated by the Emirates
While the UAE’s mistreatment of migrant labourers is well documented, CJ Werleman shines a spotlight on the abuse being perpetrated against other visitors to the Emirate.
UPDATE Why Boris Johnson's Funding from Hedge Funds is a Matter of Public Interest
Following Byline Times’ story on the donors to the Prime Minister we provide more information on our findings and the importance for British politics
Beyond Brexit: 44 MPs Rebel to Save our Planet as Parliament is Prorogued
Some MPs can see past Brexit to the bigger issue of saving the planet, reports Stephen Colegrave, who headed to Parliament for an Extinction Rebellion meeting on the day it was suspended.
DYING QUIETLY: The Cost of Staying Alive
In their series exploring the deaths that go unnoticed, Natalie Bloomer and Samir Jeraj examine the impact of austerity and the shrinking of state social safety nets.
Hong Kong Protests: 'The City is Starting to Feel Like a Police State'
Steve Shaw on worrying developments in Hong Kong residents' fight for freedom – a quest which has now gone beyond concerns about the island's controversial extradition bill.
The Return of the Taliban's Reign in Afghanistan?
A report from Kabul on what a post-peace environment in Afghanistan could look like – and the main players looking for power.