The Iraq War 20 years on: End of the US’s post-9/11 neoconservative dream
The 2003 Iraq war led to huge numbers of civilian deaths, and continuing insurgencies in the Middle East and Africa
Published in:50.50: InterviewTheir anti-rape performance went viral globally. What next for LASTESIS?
LASTESIS was part of a progressive movement in Chile. Then voters rejected the country’s new constitution. So now what?
Published in:oDR: OpinionThe EU needs to extend solidarity to Belarusian dissidents
Belarusian civil society activists in exile in the EU need support, not restrictions and misperceptions
Published in:50.50: FeatureTürkiye earthquake: Lack of healthcare leaves pregnant women living in fear
Pregnant women, mothers and children are among the most vulnerable earthquake victims in Türkiye. But access to...
Published in:50.50: OpinionThe Republican Party is still in thrall to Trumpism, with or without Donald
OPINION: There are no moderate Republican presidential candidates, as this year’s CPAC conference shows
Published in:oDR: OpinionGeorgia’s new foreign agent law puts the country on the verge of a human rights crisis
Moves to pass ‘foreign agent’ legislation targeting NGOs have provoked a political crisis in Georgia – but the worst...
Published in:50.50: NewsUgandan charity regulator accused of targeting LGBTIQ groups to avoid austerity
Rights campaigners believe Uganda’s charity regulator is using an anti-LGBTIQ agenda to save itself from austerity cuts
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Empire not only made the colonies. It made the unequal Britain we see today
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery: AnalysisAre Senegal’s talibés religious scholars or child trafficking victims?
In 2013 a fire claimed the lives of religious students in Senegal. A decade on, the institution that had locked them...
As a newly qualified nurse, I find the government’s 5% pay offer insulting
OPINION: After tax, National Insurance, pension payments and student loan repayments, I’d get £15 extra a week
Published in: Home: InvestigationAirlines downplayed science on climate impact to block new regulations
Campaigners say the lobbying tactics used to argue against tougher measures on emissions echo those of the 20th...
Why Palantir’s latest NHS land-grab is such bad news for patients
OPINION: Once Palantir is inside our health service, it will be hard to get rid of. The NHS should think carefully
Published in: Home: InvestigationExclusive: NHS hospitals told to share patient data with US ‘spy-tech’ firm
Palantir, whose owner claimed the NHS ‘makes people sick’, will ‘collect and process confidential patient information’
Vulnerable renters ‘hounded’ by utility companies to pay off landlord debts
Thames Water has apologised for chasing a tenant who was recently homeless for his landlord’s bills
UK government lets airlines off the hook for £300m air pollution bill
The government wrote off emissions equivalent to 400,000 passengers flying from London to Sydney and back in one year
What Brick Lane’s Bengali squatters can teach us about gentrification
Fifty years after the squatters’ movement in east London, the Bengali community is once again under threat
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionDon’t be fooled by childcare pledges, Hunt’s budget offers the bare minimum
OPINION: The chancellor failed to tackle the cost of living crisis, but threw money at big business and top earners
Cleaners are suing Great Ormond Street for alleged institutional racism
Ethnic minority hospital cleaners say they were denied NHS contracts and paid less than the majority-white NHS staff
Student nurses ‘excluded’ from Jeremy Hunt’s free childcare
Expansion of the free childcare scheme is supposed to help struggling families, but there are still barriers for trainees
Published in: oDR: OpinionMy friend was jailed for eight years for opposing Russia’s war
Dmitry Ivanov has been sentenced to eight and a half years behind bars for speaking out. This is his story
How the government went to war on refugee charities
Fears that backlash will intensify as government presses on with its widely condemned Illegal Migration Bill
Iranian nuclear deal threatened by political turmoil in Iran and Israel
OPINION: Anti-government protests in both countries jeopardise already shaky deal to limit Iran’s nuclear programme
Published in: oDR: News‘Aid for Ukraine must not have neoliberal strings attached’
UK MPs John McDonnell, Nadia Whittome and Clive Lewis join Ukrainian solidarity event with international activists in London
Published in: Dark Money Investigations: NewsRishi Sunak cut air taxes and blocked climate levy after airline lobbying
Exclusive: Sunak’s Treasury was lobbied by airlines over tax cuts, sparking accusations of government ‘favouritism’
How spying on campaigners became mainstream in the UK
Many of the UK’s most prominent institutions are using private intelligence firms to snoop on activists
UK’s migrant ban will trigger ‘race to the bottom’ on human rights, MEPs warn
Exclusive: Populists seeking to undermine Refugee Convention may be emboldened by UK plans, say EU politicians
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionThe UK and EU must leave the Energy Charter Treaty together
OPINION: We can’t be held hostage by a 1990s treaty that allows fossil fuel firms to sue governments