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Brexit Border Delays Expose the Lie at the Heart of Vote Leave
Boris Johnson's promise that Brexit would make Britain an "outward-looking" prosperous nation is now exposed as the lie it always was, reports Adam Bienkov
Why Teacher Walkouts Aren't Just About Pay
A striking teacher talks to Josiah Mortimer about what the pay crisis looks like on the ground in a Cornish secondary school
'Sunak's 'Green Day' Confirms His Broken Climate Promises'
Rishi Sunak's new list of green announcements merely shows how far the UK has fallen behind other nations on reaching Net Zero, reports Thomas Perrett
EXCLUSIVE 'Voter Suppression': Huge Numbers Set to Lose Vote as Only 2.5% Of 'Missing Millions' Apply for Voter ID
Just 50,000 out of an estimated two million voters without ID have applied for the new 'free' voter identification certificate ahead of England's local elections
Suella Braverman to Address Radical 'National Conservatism' Event With Ties to US Right
The Home Secretary is a keynote speaker at the conference, which has previously hosted Hungarian autocrat Viktor Orban, reports Karam Bales
Young Women and the Cost of Living Crisis
Research shows rising finances are really impacting this group, but what support is available?
EXCLUSIVE Disrupting Grand National is ‘Just the Start’, Says Animal Rebellion
The direct action group plans to 'liberate' animals in slaughterhouses and farms over the summer – and halt horse-racing events, Josiah Mortimer reports
‘Palm Oil is Great Product’: The New Post-Brexit Trade Deal Scandal
Rachel Donald looks at how the Trade Minister’s justification for a zero-tariff trade deal with Malaysia only accelerates global deforestation
Neutral Europeans Ponder their National Security as Finland Joins NATO
Mark Temnycky explores how Sweden, Ireland and Cyprus are reconsidering their security in light of Russia's aggression in Ukraine
The Starmer Audit: Three Years On, has the Labour Leader Kept his Pledges?
On the three-year anniversary of Keir Starmer becoming Labour Leader, Adam Bienkov analyses whether he has kept to his word or broken it
Suella Braverman’s Race-Based Approach to Evidence Making
The Home Secretary's comments about British Pakistanis and grooming gangs are contradicted by evidence uncovered by her own Department, reports Adam Bienkov
‘It is Not Who We Are’: Government Hostility Towards Asylum Seekers Misreads Public Opinion
As the Government fans the flames of anti-immigration rhetoric, Dorothy Stein looks at the data that suggests the public is unimpressed
The Game is Finally Up for Europe's Longest Serving Autocrat
Ever since it emerged out of the collapse of Yugoslavia, Milo Djukanovic has been in power in Montenegro. Nikola Mikovic explores the end of an era and what it means for the future
Iraqi Kurdistan: ‘A Country Living On Roller Skates’
Hugh Pope finds out why Iraqi Kurds who have migrated to Europe are on their way back to their unpredictable home country