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Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a press conference on 16 March, with Chief Medical Officer Prof Chris Witty and Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance. Picture by Andrew Parsons

Boris Johnson announces billions for the defence industry, peanuts for climate action and nothing to tackle child poverty,...

The government’s decision to scrap the Department for International Development will set back efforts to fix global...

Protestors from Global Justice Now demonstrate outside the Home Office in London demanding an end to the Hostile Environment policy, ahead of parliamentary debate on the Windrush scandal. April, 2018. David Mirzoeff/Global Justice Now

Minnie Rahman on the legal fight against the British government’s racist ‘right to rent’ policy.

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DFID and the UK parliament should – at the very least – insist that investments of the kind the summit is promoting – especially those funded through ODA – are measured against a rigorous ‘development impact’ framework; that they demonstrably tackle poverty, inequality and the climate crisis, and that the money could not be spent better.

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The British government plans to divert taxpayers’ money into private hands – and away from the world’s poorest, warns Labour...

Police officers detain an activist as they block the road during an Extinction Rebellion demonstration at Bank, in the City of London, Britain October 14, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls

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Kevin Blowe on how allegations of extremism are used to discredit social movements in the United Kingdom....

Dejected Labour party members after a disasterous UK General Election

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Chris Brazier tries to see beyond the wreckage of the UK’s 2019 election.

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Nick Dearden examines what’s at stake in the UK general election, and how the result is likely to impact...

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The socialist filmmaker explains how his anti-austerity politics translates to the big screen.

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Boris Johnson’s shutdown of parliament could spark an early general election, but that’s nothing to feel sanguine about. 

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A treaty signed by the European Commission legitimized a Vietnamese government agency that facilitated the theft of roughly...

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The United Nations International Court of Justice has ruled that Britain should hand the Chagos Islands back to Mauritius....

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Jeremy Corbyn is an internationalist. But the British economy is hardwired to extract profit from the Global South. ...

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Britain’s spies and special forces are some of the most secretive in the Western world. Phil Miller reports...

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Why is it so easy for governments to ignore this much-feted document? TJ Coles analyzes the British case...

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Steve Topple fears not. After all, we’ve been here before...

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