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If you want to know what happens next in the UK, you'd be better off flipping a coin than listening to most political pundits, argues Adam Bienkov
From Partygate to Trussomics, the death of the Monarch, and the humiliation of Vladimir Putin, OttoEnglish's review of the year takes us on a roller coaster of major fails and meteoric falls
Exeter University announces new, five-year funding arrangement with Shell, as students urge campuses to divest from fossil fuel interests, reports Max Colbert
Josiah Mortimer reports on a night shift worker at an Essex logistics hub who has to walk hours in freezing temperatures
With Putin's invasion of Ukraine failing, Will Neal looks at the Kremlin's 'frozen' conflict with another neighbour. Will Russia try to score a victory there?
A council has refused a family homelessness support as they are satisfied the mother has accommodation in a country riven by conflict and violence, Sian Norris reports
Sian Norris reports on how a Texan judge has fired warning shots on restricting access to contraception, a well-rehearsed tactic in the attack on reproductive rights
As the former Prime Minister makes £750k from just three speeches since being ousted from Number 10, his voters feel abandoned
Fundamentalist Christians with links to religious right actors in the US are seeking to prevent change on LGBTIQ+ rights in the Baptist Church, Sian Norris reports
Emma DeSouza reports on the implications for remain-voting Northern Ireland and the Union of Ireland's positive relationship with the EU, amid ongoing complications over the Protocol
Manasa Narayanan speaks to people who are homeless, surviving on Westminster's streets in the shadow of Parliament
Angelo Calianno reports from northeastern Syria, where the former freedom fighters against Islamist terrorism have been abandoned and forgotten
Iain Overton meets the unwell residents of Ciudad Juarez, a Mexican town trapped between the guns of the north and the drugs of the south
Influential agribusiness monopolists and food producers appear to be cynically using the war in Ukraine and the aftermath of the pandemic to exert political influence, writes Thomas Perrett
Stuart Spray reports on the reaction by politicians, environmental groups and climate activists to the Government's go-ahead for the country's first coal mine in 30 years