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The Department for International Development has become a lightning rod for rightwing anger. And with a new Conservative leadership race set to begin, its days may be numbered. But Mark Nowottny sees hope in ‘bold and fresh’ ideas from the Left.

Jack Harmsworth makes the case for why the UK must learn from its European neighbours and take back control of privatised industries.

The billionaire class are preparing for doomsday. Only problem is, the rest of us aren’t invited. Tom Whyman explains.

Hyppolite Ntigurirwa was seven years old when his father, friends and relatives were killed in the Rwandan genocide. He spoke to Husna Rizvi about why he’s chosen to forgive the perpetrators.

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