In the wake of protests in the United States, the UK has taken a closer look at its own record.
Gunnar Eigener is an environmental and political writer, studying Journalism and Environmental Studies. He lives in East Anglia with 'the wife', 'the dogs' and 'those cats'.
Is it time to think differently about the accepted level of snooping?
The number of speakers of historic and indigenous languages continues to fall. Can anything be done to preserve them?
Which countries lean furthest to the right? We take a closer look.
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We look at the reasons Universal Credit hasn’t accounted for reality as we ask what will be done to rectify its failure.
Should we keep paying for tradition? We ask whether the Royal Family’s worth is worth it.
What really happens in a society post-Brexit? Here’s what we know so far.
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