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Campaigners fear that stark legislative proposals are helping to normalise a repressive discourse around reproductive rights in which concessions may be inevitable
How Wales’ nature-led smallholdings came of age during the COVID-19 crisis and point to a new way of living in a planet under threat
With more than $10 trillion of investment planned around the world in response to the Coronavirus pandemic, Stephen Colegrave considers whether this money can be used to halt climate change
John Lubbock looks at the new ways divisive racial messages which seek to divide minority groups in the US could be amplified by agents of the Russian state
The handing of Coronavirus contracts to companies with questionable experience in providing personal protective equipment in health settings continues
The beautiful game has become a way for foreign aggressors to gain leverage over British politics, writes Adrian Goldberg
Sam Bright tracks the global expansion of data mining company Palantir during the Coronavirus pandemic
Their reaction to the assault on left-wing commentator Owen Jones proves that many far-right-wing commentators secretly approve of silencing those who oppose them
CJ Werleman reports on new outbreaks in Melbourne, which have led to a spike of new Coronavirus cases and reversed the grip the country had successfully established over COVID-19
Sarah Hurst reports on the opposition provided by women candidates in the forthcoming presidential elections and the threats they face from Europe's 'last dictator'