James Ball is an award-winning freelance journalist who has previously worked at the Guardian and Buzzfeed. He tweets @jamesrbuk
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.
But his case shows how easily the UK’s court reporting laws can be exploited by a charlatan.
After five years of damage, one of the most egregious parts of Theresa May’s “hostile environment” policy was finally curbed last night.
Section 40 could see local newspapers collapse under the hefty costs of a lawsuit – even if they won the legal battle.
Like saying installing kindling on the ground floor of every home looks like a good way to tackle fire safety.
The consumer advocate is furious that his face is being used to sell scams.
Former Cambridge Analytica director Brittany Kaiser claimed there was “rife” misuse of data by the Leave.EU campaign.
What the Conservative MP did is no laughing matter for those jailed over similar acts.