The consequences of forced migration must be a top developmental and humanitarian priority if so many needlessly wasted lives are to be saved.
The overturning of the convictions of the ‘Oval Four’ by the Court of Appeal shows our under-funded and chaotic criminal justice system working. Unfortunately this is an exception not the rule
Stephen Delahunty reports on more shady electioneering, but this time from the Liberal Democrats
The Saudi Government must be held to account for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi if the lives of other journalists in danger are to be saved.
Jake Lynch visits the marginal constituency in Gloucestershire which, with a 2,500 Tory majority, could be crucial in next month’s General Election.
Steve Shaw explains the attempts by The Gambia and Argentina to hold Myanmar’s military to account over the killing of tens of thousands of people belonging to the country’s Muslim minority.
Tunisians continue to feel disenfranchised with political elites since democracy was established after the Arab Spring in 2011. Can it turn things around?
Otto English shares the story of his mother Hannah, who has Alzheimer’s, and has been abandoned by a Conservative Government which has delivered nothing on social care for the elderly.
An Israeli company close to the Trump campaign claimed to have recruited the Washington Times journalist Jamal Khashoggi murdered in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. Forensic News looks deeper…
As the English Defence League founder backs the Prime Minister and Nigel Farage, his former producer, Caolan Robertson, exposes the covert encouragement ‘Tommy Robinson’ received from Conservatives.
CJ Werleman speaks to two Uyghur activists living in the US whose family members were used to deceive the world about China’s treatment of the Muslim minority.
Jake Lynch visits the west Yorkshire constituency where Labour holds a slim majority of 249. Could its commitment to improving train services help the party to retain the seat?
Sarah Hurst reports on the death of a Russian environmental activist and how opposing the Kremlin is an increasingly risky business.
Stephen Komarnycykj examines how the Leave.EU supremos, Arron Banks and Andy Wigmore, could have an interest in dismantling Britain’s health service.
The violence which erupted in Chile last month has its roots in damaging economic policies introduced by a dictator installed by the US 46 years ago and who was liked by Margaret Thatcher.
With the UAE’s ‘World Tolerance Summit’ taking place this week, it is seeking to create a façade of tolerance while crushing dissent – why are the UK and US enabling this?
CJ Werleman explains how the Hong Kong protestors are being mobilised through fear that China’s Uighur concentration camps represent the future awaiting the island.
Paul Niland, founder of Lifeline Ukraine, unpicks what Boris Johnson and Donald Trump might be looking to hide – and how this fits within Vladimir Putin’s broader vision to takeover the West.
The director of Labour for a Public Vote explains why he thinks next month’s General Election is still wide open, despite Nigel Farage’s apparent altruism towards Boris Johnson’s Tories.
CJ Werleman explores why the UK has failed to condemn the murders and violence in the occupied Palestinian territories.
CJ Werleman on more worrying developments in the US, where President Donald Trump is spinning his potential impeachment into a ‘coup’ which will require retaliation.
Natalie Bloomer explains a personal experience which convinced her that journalism and campaigning can mix – and that Sally Keeble is best placed to become Northampton North’s next MP.
Stephen Delahunty on the broken ceasefires and continuing Turkish threats to Kurdish forces
Why do irrefutable scientific data and observable changes in climate patterns still not compel the US to take action on climate change?