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Crackdown failures show police aren’t solution to knife crime

The cops’ crackdown on knife crime is failing—even on its own authoritarian terms.

Labour uses transphobia in an appeal to right and Tory voters

The Labour Party is throwing oppressed people under the bus in a bid to win over Tory voters.
Rich states hoard jabs as pharma companies profit

Rich states hoard jabs as pharma companies profit

If Britain’s vaccine hoarding and uptake trends continue, it will take the world’s poorest countries until 2078 to vaccinate their populations
Robert Mugabe in 1982 (Pic: Marcel Antonisse / Anefo)

Britain’s biggest tobacco companies bribed Mugabe

A BBC Panorama investigation has found evidence that suggests one of Britain’s biggest companies paid a bribe to the former Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe.


Biden ramps up new arms race with China

Aukus is the agreement by the United States and Britain to supply Australia with the technology to build eight nuclear submarines.

The rise of private equity ­reveals reality of capitalism

Plundering is enjoying an unprecedented boom. The global value of deals carried out by private equity firms is set to reach $1 trillion (£723 billion) for the first time this year.

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