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Protests, purges and the crack-up of a nation.
Those closest to the conflict have greater capacity for solidarity and recognition of complexity than keyboard warriors.
The Home Secretary’s comments on Northern Ireland were a big reveal.
The Home Secretary is that most unfortunate thing: an unpopular populist.
The risks and responsibilities of policing protests are ones Suella Braverman should be relieved do not belong to her.
The Home Secretary is pushing the government’s line on protest beyond acceptable limits.
The biggest risk for Keir Starmer is being associated with a position that his opponents could portray as anti-Western and…
The judicial overhaul is just the first step in the far-right government’s plan to transform the country.
Right-wing protest songs only benefit the wealthy and powerful.
“They put us on the stage and were like, ‘Clap at the appropriate time!’ ”
French police have declared themselves “at war” with rioters. How did the state’s protectors become a threat to its future?
The crisis in France only benefits the hard right, who will exploit it to reshape French politics.
A scathing report from the independent Climate Change Committee has condemned government’s slow progress.
The former Brexit secretary on Britain’s authoritarian turn and why the UK will never leave the European Convention on Human…
Campaigners recognise that sport can smash through the fourth wall in a way politics and debate never can.
His decision to override parliament to raise the retirement age has enraged MPs and the public.
The Public Order Bill is a worrying assault on basic freedoms.
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The public hanging of a protester shows the state’s response to mass demonstrations is becoming more violent.
Not only can climate activism not be silenced, it is amplifying resistance to global injustice.