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Liz Truss’ Economic Shock Doctrine Will Only Help the Richest
The Chancellor has announced a series of massive tax cuts for high earners and corporations, which have seen the pound slump and the value of Government bonds fall. Why is the Prime Minister risking turning an economic crisis into a disaster?
Fabricated Buildings: The Conservative NHS Investment Myth
As the latest Conservative regime takes office, Rachel Morris considers one of the starkest failures of its predecessor
An Alternative Budget: How Much Could be Raised Through Wealth and Profit Taxes?
Sam Bright considers the benefits of taxing the richest people and corporations
EXCLUSIVE Fracking Minister Funded by Fossil Fuel Investor
Nafeez Ahmed investigates Jacob Rees-Mogg's relationship with his former hedge-fund mentor and political donor Robin Crispin Odey
Three Years On from ‘No Deal’ Emergency: Operation Yellowhammer is Our Reality
We are now living through the bleak predictions made in the Brexit contingency report in 2019, says TJ Coles
EXCLUSIVE Government Refuses to Release Correspondence Sent to The Times Over Axed Carrie Johnson Story
Under pressure from Downing Street, the newspaper withdrew a story about Carrie Johnson being offered a lucrative role by her future husband when he was Foreign Secretary
Yemeni Children Live in Nests, but the UK is Open for Saudi Business
As Labour's Chris Bryant accuses Liz Truss of misleading a select committee about her challenging Gulf leaders on human rights, Sian Norris reports on the impact of Saudi Arabia's armed violence on Yemen's children
The Military-Political Complex: Armed Service Trumps Public Service in Truss’ Cabinet
While the highest offices in Whitehall are well populated by military veterans, there are dwindling numbers of former key workers. Why?
Armenia is Turning its Back on Russia
The era of Russian dominance in the South Caucasus is coming to an end, reports Nikola Mikovic
Winds of Stagnation: What a Far-Right Victory in Italy Would Mean for Women and LGBTIQ Rights
Francesca Visser speaks to activists about the forthcoming elections and how a far-right coalition could lead to stalling progress on human rights
Will Museums be a Casualty of the Cost of Living Crisis?
High energy bills and pressure to provide warm banks for the public are threatening the cultural sector's recovery from the pandemic