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The justifications are there — but they’re not the ones you think.
In 2019 Britain, this is what a cat looks like.
When she became Prime Minister, May pledged to fight inequality and help the “just about managing”. Here’s what actually happened.
A new report about Extinction Rebellion is part of a longstanding pattern of think tanks criticising climate change activism.
Men’s rights and anti-feminism have increasingly become a slip road to the far right, according to new polling.
A government proposal could change eligibility criteria to give two million more people statutory sick pay. But many will have to continue without it.
The label has become a prop used to demonise or lionise, which does little to capture the experiences of ethnic minority communities.
Demand for working-age social care is rising fast — this isn't a problem for the elderly alone.
The first decline since the Aids crisis may not be a decline at all.
As activists put pressure on the party to scrap Eton and its rivals, why has the party never truly challenged these elitist establishments?
The first female Commons Speaker is on the comeback trail in her 90th year to fight for a second EU referendum.