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Otto English on what his investigation into Nigel Farage's Brexit Party has revealed about the 'sticking it to the elites' populism it claims to be based on.
The violence which erupted in Chile last month has its roots in damaging economic policies introduced by a dictator installed by the US 46 years ago and who was liked by Margaret Thatcher.
With the UAE's 'World Tolerance Summit' taking place this week, it is seeking to create a façade of tolerance while crushing dissent – why are the UK and US enabling this?
China's Muslim Concentration Camps Paint a Bleak Picture of the Future Awaiting the Hong Kong Protestors
CJ Werleman explains how the Hong Kong protestors are being mobilised through fear that China's Uighur concentration camps represent the future awaiting the island.
Paul Niland, founder of Lifeline Ukraine, unpicks what Boris Johnson and Donald Trump might be looking to hide – and how this fits within Vladimir Putin's broader vision to takeover the West.
The director of Labour for a Public Vote explains why he thinks next month's General Election is still wide open, despite Nigel Farage's apparent altruism towards Boris Johnson's Tories.
Jake Lynch visits the Warwickshire constituency with a slim Conservative majority of 4,000 high on Labour's list of targets.
CJ Werleman explores why the UK has failed to condemn the murders and violence in the occupied Palestinian territories.