Whyte is a freelance journalist. She tweets @AlisonmWhyte
Our guest editor,
Valsamis Mitsilegas, director of the Criminal Justice Centre at Queen Mary University of London, introduces this week’s theme: Privacy and Surveillance in 2016.
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Six countries. Six different paths to EU integration.
The secretive EU-US trade deal explained
authorities are placing children in damp, rodent-infested, dangerous
Hastily imposed changes to the electoral registration system means millions of people face being removed from the political process. We must not let that happen.
UK government reckons that letting people drown will prevent unnecessary
As banks, energy companies and loan sharks feed off the poor, TV
celebrities try to find out what poverty means in a BBC documentary series for Sport Relief.
Detainees on hunger-strike at Guantánamo Bay say they don't
trust their military doctors. 153 doctors from ten countries offer their services to
visit, examine and advise the detainees.
A new report from the health professionals’
campaign group Medact interrogates the notion that 'nuclear deterrence' is an essential component of the UK's defence strategy.
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