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The Home Secretary personally intervened in an effort to stop a climate change protest at a print works owned by the right-wing media mogul, a court heard today
Liz Gerard dissects the response of newspapers to the BBC’s inquiry into the infamous interview with the Princess of Wales and explains why they should be turning the spotlight on matters closer to home
Iain Overton gives an insight into the local agents who act as a lynchpin of conflict journalism
Facebook hacking, voter suppression, psychographic targeting? Four years on the congressional denials turn out to be false, reports Zamaan Qureshi
Sam Bright summarises the key issues with the UK’s attempts to forge new economic alliances after leaving the world's largest trading bloc
We should be concerned, not just for children’s ability to spread the Coronavirus but also their capacity to suffer from it for years to come, says Mike Buckley
David Hencke explains why the Home Secretary’s intervention in the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel report is so unprecedented and disturbing
Peter Jukes, co-author with Alastair Morgan of Who Killed Daniel Morgan and the Untold Murder podcast, gives his personal take on the unprecedented intervention of the Home Secretary in the publishing of a report into the unsolved 1987 crime
Protestors are facing physical and sexual violence amid police crackdowns of anti-Government dissent, reports Nadja Sieniawski
Phil Booth sets out how people can protect their privacy following NHS Digital’s announcement that patients’ GP data will be shared
Otto English dissects the disadvantages that a free trade agreement between the two countries would bring to the UK
The Daniel Morgan Independent Panel and Press Misconduct: What Might the Government Be Trying to Hide?
Astonishing corruption surrounds the infamous 1987 murder, and a lot of it connects to national newspapers. Brian Cathcart considers what the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel report might have to tell us
Is Priti Patel Intervening to Stop Report into Daniel Morgan Murder Finally Confirming Institutional Corruption in the Media and Police?
Eight years after it was established, the Daniel Morgan Independent Panel is finally ready to release its findings into the unsolved 1987 murder of the private detective. So why has the Home Secretary now delayed its publication to ‘review’ its contents?
Six months after losing the Nagorno-Karabakh war, Armenia is a nation in crisis. With the US recognition of the Genocide, Tom Mutch asks whether they can begin to heal
David Hencke reports on worrying developments in a longstanding issue: how the criminal justice system treats children and young people in offenders’ institutions