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Tom Mutch has spent the first month of Russia’s war against Ukraine depicting the lives of ordinary people facing Vladimir Putin's onslaught, and it is a portrait of both horror and hope
The Chancellor told UK firms to cut ties with Russia – while his own family has kept hundreds of millions of pounds of shares in a company still operating in Moscow
Chris York speaks to mothers and children who have fled Russia's invasion of Ukraine and arrived in Poland
‘Completely Inhumane’: Government’s Relaxed Approach to COVID Represents a Regression for Disabled People’s Rights
By asking people with learning disabilities and their families to live in a 'constant state of lockdown with no support', the Government is following an approach to the vulnerable that should be consigned to the past, says Saba Salman
Finer details in the Chancellor's budget statement reveal that taxes will rise, incomes will fall, and the young and poor will pay the price
In the coming weeks, France and Hungary will cast their votes for either far-right, pro-Putin candidates or the opposition. Will the elections create the Europe the Kremlin wants to see?
EXCLUSIVE ‘Violent’ Climate Activists Next Global Threat, says Lobbying Group Funded by Russia and Big Oil
What do NATO and Putin have in common? A mortal fear of climate protestors rooted in their systemic fossil fuel addiction, reports Nafeez Ahmed
Attempts to stifle the media by the party in power are becoming more and more pervasive, report Sam Bright and Iain Overton
Canadian diplomat and politician Christopher Alexander argues that Putin is still fighting the wars of the 20th Century, and reversing his invasion of Ukraine could finally put those ghosts to rest
Now sabotaging Russian tanks, Ukraine’s rich soil may be the prize that Putin seeks from his violence, write Dimitris Dimitriadis and Iain Overton
Idrees Ahmad shows how the propaganda weapons the Kremlin tried out in Syria are missing their targets in the current war, but urges vigilance to new ones
A tangled web of influence from Gazprom to the Conservative Party to GB News – at its epicentre is a Tory PR lobbyist who played a key role in Boris Johnson’s leadership campaign
A lack of solidarity and understanding towards working class Eastern European migrants hindered the Left from countering anti-immigration narratives, writer Yva Alexandrova tells Sian Norris