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Tasnim Nazeer reports on how the Government's troubled smartphone app will only exacerbate the health inequalities exposed by the Coronavirus pandemic
‘To the Rich and Powerful, he’s Charming and Funny. To me, he was Sick and Cruel’: The Two-Faced World of Public Relations
John Sweeney reports on a new series of allegations against one of Britain’s best-known PR men
Kseniya Kirillova reports on how Putin's propaganda experts are trying to use Black Lives Matter to intervene abroad and bolster support at home
As the Government announces plans to renationalise probation, reversing the catastrophic privatisation of the service, former MP Ian Lucas explains how the murder of a constituent obliterated his faith in the criminal justice system.
Stuart Spray reveals disturbing evidence that suggests HS2 is not living up to its claims of protecting breeding birds
Steve Shaw reports on how Donald Trump's violent crackdown on Black Lives Matter protests are being used by repressive regimes abroad to prove the superpower's hypocrisy
Monica Piccinini considers how the Brazilian Government is trying to turn the Coronavirus pandemic to its advantage
Kyle Taylor shares the recommendations of a new report focused on solutions to keep democratic processes going during crises such as the Coronavirus outbreak.
Looking forward to Jersey Royal potatoes fresh from New Jersey? Henry Dyer reports on how US/UK trade talks could endanger British food standards
Tom White, Ben Jacob and Crystal Ma look at how private firms and billionaire donors could benefit from the radical restructuring of universities during the Coronavirus pandemic
James Melville reports on how foresight helped Ireland fight COVID-19, while Boris Johnson's Government wallow in hindsight and blame
Brandon Clarke explains how Jacinda Ardern's stringent lockdown strategy means that New Zealand is now COVID-19 free and open for business