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Thomas Perrett explores how lawsuits which attempt to sue fossil fuel companies for their environmentally destructive business models could yet prove to be effective, particularly given the parallels between Big Oil and Big Tobacco
Dating websites offer Muslim men the chance to meet a second wife online – but the practice causes financial stress, trauma and heartbreak for families, the Byline Intelligence Team reports
Peter Jukes and Hardeep Matharu explore the real threats to history – emanating not from ‘wokeists’ intent on rewriting the past but an establishment elite regularly burying inconvenient truths to maintain Britain’s mythic narratives
As the battles of Brexit morph into a culture war, Otto English detects a pattern among the ‘concerned citizens’ demanding Britain ‘takes back control’ of its past
As Texas bans abortion after six weeks and the Supreme Court prepares to hear a case that could overturn the law allowing safe, legal abortion, Sian Norris and Heidi Siegmund Cuda trace the right wing, racist and biblical forces in play