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Almaz Ohene reports on how real-life structures of oppression are being replicated online through automated moderation and censorship
Saniya More speaks to health workers in Kolhapur to find out how they are preventing community-wide Coronavirus infections with little money
EXCLUSIVE ‘National Crime Agency Officials Investigating Me Are Brexiteers’, Claimed Brexit ‘Bad Boy’ Arron Banks
Byline Times reports on claims made by the businessman that the UK’s specialist law enforcement organisation was politically compromised in its dealings with him and his Brexit campaign group
Ivor Gaber's experience of the UK's testing regime suggests that complexity and contamination may be suppressing Coronavirus numbers more than containment.
With black people being disproportionately affected by the Coronavirus in the US and the UK, African governments must be proactive in protecting their populations and prevent the virus' damaging social side-effects
Kseniya Kirillova hears warnings from a dissident former Russian politician, whose father is a close friend of Vladimir Putin, of renewed attempts to subvert democracy.
'Test, trace and isolate' is not working and is unlikely to work well anytime soon. With the Government failing, community medics and volunteers reveal how we can save ourselves
SWEENEY INVESTIGATES: What Connects Robert Jenrick to the Gambino Crime Family and Putin's Oligarchs?
John Sweeney investigates the Minister's ties, not only to Richard Desmond and his alleged run-in with the New York Mafia, but to a law firm that worked for Vladimir Putin’s favoured oligarchs
Paul Dempsey shows how ‘big data’ cannot replace ‘no data’ and that the UK’s centralised plan to combat the Coronavirus was flawed at the outset
Adrian Goldberg speaks to business owners who say their attempts to secure a Bounce Back Loan from the bank during the Coronavirus crisis has only added to their problems
Stephen Komarnyckyj reports on a Kremlin-friendly online operation that tried to sow division between the UK and its allies remained undetected for years
Though it made much of controlling the borders, Mike Buckley reports how the Vote Leave Government is abandoning the principle at great cost to business and the NHS
Sarah Hurst reports on the targeting of Petr Verzilov and how the President is pulling out all the stops to ensure a 1 July vote on sweeping changes to the Russian Constitution goes in his favour
As a summit between the EU and China takes place today, Steve Shaw looks at why it is important for the bloc to make clear to Beijing that it will not tolerate any attempts it makes to reshape Western democracies