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As the former director of France's MI6 joins a Russian propaganda channel Stephen Komarnyckyj reports on a new phase of Putin's hybrid warfare.
Mat Hope explains how the dark money-funded US alt-right is using a German teenager to advance more misinformation about the climate emergency.
Paul Niland considers why the UK Government appears not to want to publicly discuss the UK's future relationship with EU – despite it being the biggest political change of our times.
Does Sudan's pledge to hand over Omar Bashir to face genocide charges mark the beginning of a new era?
Otto English charts the rise of the controversial Home Secretary and explores the ambition which could be placing her eyes on the top job next
Joe Lyons considers whether the Government's new points-based immigration system will actually reduce immigration into the UK and what the cost of it will be to key sectors.
A journalist working shifts at the Daily Mail shares his take on what life is really like working inside Northcliffe House.
With Donald Trump facing re-election in the US and the Labour leadership for up grabs in the UK, Stephen Komarnyckyj looks at how Vladimir Putin is trying to further disrupt politics in both countries.
Sarah Hurst on how the far-right activist visited Russia to praise Vladimir Putin and spread Islamophobic and racist propaganda about the UK.
The UK Government has said it does not encourage or support those operating in settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territories – despite a new UN report accusing British firms of being complicit in the violation of Palestinian rights.
As Putin rewrites the past in order to control the future, Kseniya Kirillova reveals what it tells us about Russia’s strategic goals.
Former BBC producer Patrick Howse speaks to those inside the Corporation about the threats facing it at the hands of Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings.
Steve Shaw reports on a new agreement under which Tibetans crossing into Nepal to escape China's oppression will be forced to return to the Communist country.
Ben Twomey explores how, far from cracking down on organised drugs crime, the Government is actually facilitating it through its flawed policies.
Peter Jukes on the kompromat in the first Whittingdale Scandal and the strange confluence of interests between the tabloids and Vladimir Putin.