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After the scandal of crony contracts, Stephen Colegrave digs into the Government's Green Paper setting out a new regime to regulate nearly £300 billion in public spending
After 28 breaches and four libel cases, the Jewish Chronicle is accused of a collapse in journalistic standards. But will the regulator IPSO do anything about it? Brian Cathcart reviews the evidence
Fox News' bombastic Conservative commentator, Tucker Carlson, meets Hungary's authoritarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, two years after a firm where his father is a director received thousands from the Hungarian Government to help with media and PR, Sian Norris reports
Anne Cadwallader reports on cross-party opposition in Northern Ireland and among human rights groups to the UK Government's decision to end prosecutions for crimes committed during the 'Troubles'
Behind the rhetoric on climate change action, the British Government is still heavily under the influence of the oil and gas industry, and their supporters in aviation and transport
Historian Robert Saunders considers the constitutional consequences of a new bill which transfers the power to dissolve Parliament to the Crown and removes checks on the Prime Minister
A fake organisation designed to stir up the US culture war is linked to a Utah PR firm that has connections with Republicans and dark-money groups
receiving more Twitter shares than the World Health Organisation and Centers for Disease Control