Home Office delays are stopping families reuniting after the Türkiye earthquake
Turkish and Kurdish people in Britain say they are unable to help loved ones affected by last month's earthquake because of UK immigration delays
Ukraine's fight for economic justice
Russian aggression is driving Ukrainians into poverty. But the war could also be an opportunity to reset the Ukrainian economy – if only people and politicians could agree how. The danger is that wartime ‘reforms’ could ease a permanent shift to a smaller state – with less regulation and protection for citizens. Our speakers will help you unpack these issues and explain why support for Ukrainian society is more important than ever.
Putin’s warlord planned new legal attack on BBC with UK government help
Yevgeny Prigozhin, who leads the notorious Wagner army, sought to attack the BBC two months before the Ukraine invasion
Ofcom must crack down on the Conservative Party love-ins on GB News and TalkTV
OPINION: Will the regulator allow two Tory MPs to interview a Tory chancellor about a Tory Budget on a news channel?
Published in:50.50: FeatureWhat Tennessee’s LGBTIQ history tells us about its new ‘drag’ ban
A Tennessee drag queen and LGBTIQ+ historian explain a new law that will ban drag shows in the state from April
Published in:Home: AnalysisHow Boris Johnson raked in £5m in 6 months after leaving office
The former prime minister has made over £25,000 a day in outside earnings since he left Downing Street
We can't let landlords define the narrative on renting
OPINION: Thought landlords were selling up and making it even harder to rent? Think again
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’
We’re fundraising for a reporter to cover the Covid inquiry – all of it
We want to report on every day of the Covid-19 inquiry. Will you help us keep holding the government accountable?
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
Anti-strike bill akin to modern slavery, legal experts tell MPs
Only Hungary – condemned for violations of democracy – has put the same restrictions on workers, lawyers say
EU is urged: No deals with UK unless right to strike is protected
Europe’s unions make plea to MEPs as UK tries to resolve deadlock over Northern Ireland
Published in: oDR: OpinionNew film focuses on love – not war – in Nagorno-Karabakh
The Dream of Karabakh, about a woman’s attachment to her village, is rooted in personal memories that cannot be...
Published in: Live discussionsUkraine's fight for economic justice
Russian aggression is driving Ukrainians into poverty. But the war could also be an opportunity to reset the...
Could Putin’s war crimes charges give ICC more authority over Western leaders?
OPINION: Comparisons between destruction in Iraq and Ukraine could boost the International Criminal Court’s...
Published in: Home: FeatureUK accused of ‘washing its hands’ of Iraqi refugees
Just a tenth of Iraqis claiming asylum in the UK have been given refugee status since the war
Published in: 50.50: InterviewChristian fundamentalism lies behind harsh new anti-LGBTIQ bill in Uganda
Only two MPs voted against Uganda’s anti-LGBT bill, passed this week. We talk to one of them, Fox Odoi-Oywelowo
Published in: 50.50: ExplainerWhat you need to know about Uganda’s anti-LGBTIQ bill
Uganda will have among the most draconian anti-LGBTIQ legislation in Africa if the bill becomes law
Published in: Home: FeatureWhistleblowers pay the price for speaking up. A new law could protect them
People who speak out about wrongdoing in the workplace can often face blacklisting, harassment and legal action....
Published in: 50.50: AnalysisFortress Europe’s role in Tunisia’s anti-Black violence
The Tunisian president’s recent comments triggered racist violence against migrants, but there are other...
Tory MPs’ rent expenses soar as they inflict real-terms housing benefit cut
Exclusive: Tory MPs blamed rising rents for increased claims, while government imposed freeze on poorest tenants
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionBreaking corporate monopolies is the only way to save democracy
OPINION: Tackling our most pressing problems will require taking back the enormous power held by the 1%
Landlords aren’t leaving the market in droves, admits Tory housing minister
Rachel Maclean said the narrative being pushed by some MPs and the property sector is ‘wrong’
Published in: 50.50: NewsHungary’s ‘perfect propaganda machine’ attacks women, report finds
New report highlights gendered disinformation online and calls for women-centred reform of social media platforms
Published in: 50.50: OpinionRepublicans still have ‘tremendous affection for dictators’
OPINION: Putin may have fallen out of favour, but Republicans still admire right-wing authoritarian leaders
Scotland’s new first minister must defend devolution like none before
OPINION: More than at any point since devolution, the Tories are trying to claw powers back from the Scottish parliament
Rishi Sunak supports expanding police powers despite damning Casey Report
The government is ‘confident’ in its decision to hand police new powers – despite scathing review of the Met Police
It’s time to abolish the Met Police
OPINION: You can’t reform a system that’s doing exactly what it’s intended to do
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...
Invading Iraq is what we did instead of tackling climate change
OPINION: Instead of launching a war, the US and UK could have weaned us off the fossil fuels that pay for the brutal...
Published in: Podcasts: AnalysisBorders & Belonging: Are Ukrainian refugees still ‘temporary’?
More than 8m Ukrainians are living elsewhere in Europe. What’s happening to them – and their host countries?
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...