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David Hencke reveals that to abide with World Trade Organisation and EU rules, Britain is set to impose retaliatory tariffs on the US.
Kseniya Kirillova on how Kremlin-controlled statelets in Ukrainian occupied territory are creating an international 'anti-globalism' alliance.
Stuart Spray reports on how the Countryside Alliance has joined the RSPB and Wildlife Trust in criticising potential wildlife crimes.
Cut off from public funds, with rising food prices and diminishing charity support, Jonathan Fenton Harvey reveals the plight of refugees during the COVID-19 lockdown.
The stench of corruption could hardly be stronger, says Brian Cathcart, on the bung Boris Johnson's Government is giving to his employers in the British press.
The Coronavirus Crisis: Patrolling Hearts and Minds? A ‘Red Alert’ Surveillance Warning to the World
Steve Shaw reports on how concerns are already being raised about the introduction of new intrusive surveillance regimes being installed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite Donald Trump making it central to his presidency, the success of the stock market bears no connection to the lives of nearly 90% of American citizens.
James Melville continues his series comparing international responses to COVID-19 and the example of Portugal shines out despite an ageing population and a frail health service.
Stephen Delahunty reports on the cutting off of the water supply in north-east Syria – a move amounting to a war crime – and what this means for the Coronavirus pandemic in the country.
CJ Werleman reports on the escalation of Islamophobia in India during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jonathan Fenton-Harvey reports on the dismay of both football fans and human rights campaigners as Prince Mohammad bin Salman al Saud becomes the latest to 'sportswash' his reputation.
NHS worker Nathan O'Hagan, who has experienced issues with anxiety for most of his life, explores how people who never previously thought about feelings of unspecified dread are now having to contend with them because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
James Melville reports on Denmark's effective response to COVID-19 — mass testing, an early lockdown, and no bailouts for companies in tax havens.
Steve Shaw reports on the recent arrest of democracy activists on the island, where protests against Chinese influence were brought to an end in January following the Coronavirus outbreak.
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