UK aid cuts cast doubt on Boris Johnson’s promise to double climate funding
The prime minister wants a ‘pile of cash’ for climate action from G7 leaders, but aid experts say the UK has...
Published in: 50.50: News‘Callous’ UK aid cuts threaten global gender equality goals
Women and girls worldwide are ‘under threat of violence’ due to the UK government cutting research funding by two-thirds
Published in: Home: AnalysisIn pursuit of truth: journalists fight back in battle for press freedom
Seven global stories of the rising attacks on reporters and how they joined campaigners to take on hostile...
Leading European cultural figures call on EU to offer Scotland ‘path’ to rejoin
Brian Cox, Slavoj Žižek, and Elena Ferrante among signatories asking the EU to offer membership ahead of possible...
Published in: Freedom of Information: NewsUK government must abolish ‘pernicious’ unit blocking FOI requests, says senior Tory
David Davis said Cabinet Office’s ‘Clearing House’ unit should be scrapped, and criticised ‘political strategy’ of...
‘VIP’ lane led to ‘systemic bias’ in UK government COVID contracts
More than £2bn in contracts politically connected to Tories may have come through priority channel, suggests new report