The farcical police brutality towards Occupy Democracy is a sign the authorities are running scared, argues Hannah Martin.
The latest from the Tax Justice Network, including: replacing the Double Irish tax dodge.
Josh Allen looks at the blurring of (police) lines in Manchester and West Sussex.
Peter Mares reports on the controversial case of Baby Ferouz.
Farmers face hefty fines or imprisonment if new legislation is approved. Chris Walker reports.
The virus has changed everything – including what you can be arrested for. Simitie Lavaly and Sabrina Mahtani report.
Andrew Smith explains why one campaigning group is taking legal action against arms sales to Israel.
Natasha Turner looks at why public-service workers in Britain have been on the picket lines this week.
A lament – and call to action – on behalf of women everywhere, from Kenyan writer Wambui Mwangi.
A wonderfully moist cake, with a thick layer of almonds on top for a luxurious sensation.
Feathering the top of this cake results in a delicate cobweb pattern, which means this would be a great cake to make for Hallowe’en.