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Tasnim Nazeer reports on the migrant crisis in Greece on 20,000 people threatened by a rising tide of hostility.
Hardeep Matharu explores the findings of a new report suggesting that the Labour Party must go beyond economic and social concerns and engage with people's feelings about their identity.
A new report by the National Audit Office reveals there were 43,000 vacancies for nurses at the end of last September. What is the Prime Minister's plan to fill these and how will his new points-based immigration system help?
Gawain Towler spills the beans on the fast and furious task of being Nigel Farage’s right-hand man, an era which seems to have drawn to a close with the end of the Brexit Party.
Barrister Gareth Roberts shares his insights on how the criminal justice is failing those who have endured violence by partners.
As Boris Johnson plans controversial Free Trade Zones, Mark Conrad reports on how UN Sustainable Development Goals are at risk due to the expansion of trade fraud.
February's 2020 parliamentary election in Slovakia was a triumph of cautious optimism over populism, but the real work is yet to begin.
Our secret tabloid insider working shifts at the Daily Mail shares his take on what life is really like working in Northcliffe House.
Rafal Pankowski laments how a great institution seems to be giving a voice to xenophobia.
Kseniya Kirillova explains the influences that make Russians overseas prey to pressure from Vladimir Putin, and how to counteract them.
While authoritarians try to build nationalist walls, infectious diseases don't respect boundaries and need transnational solutions argues CJ Werleman.