James Ball is an award-winning freelance journalist who has previously worked at the Guardian and Buzzfeed. He tweets @jamesrbuk
The pointing to the other side by those defending themselves against accusations of prejudice does nobody any favours.
If think tanks won’t be open about their donors, they shouldn’t be allowed charitable status.
Much of the focus has been on Cambridge Analytica and Brexit, but a solution to the publisher vs platform debate is vital.
Under Theresa May the UK’s watchdogs are ineffectual against ministers without honour
The “latte vs pints” false dilemma is just one manifestation of a strange obsession over how working class people spend their money.
Has Harry Kane saved Brexit?
Comparison of modern times with the 1930s used to be a joke. It’s not funny any more. We have to call them out; we must not look away.
Lighting Downing Street green is an empty gesture if the government aren’t acting to make sure it can never happen again.
Studies show that dissent is vital to help us make good decisions, and to think about them more deeply before we do.
Russia now has the perfect distraction any time it stands accused of wrongdoing.