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Brexit stage right

The triggering of Article 50 this week is likely to be one of the most dramatic constitutional changes to the UK for a generation, writes Adam Ma’anit.

Filed in: European Union Politics United Kingdom

Slovakia's failing marks on Romani children

Roma living in this central European country have suffered centuries of discrimination and stigma. Anna Blus reports.

Filed in: Slovakia

What’s holding back Britain’s adoptions of foreign children?

In a country of over 65 million people, only 58 foreign children have been adopted in 2015. Henry Wilkins investigates the reasons why.

Filed in: United Kingdom

Two cheers for democracy in the Netherlands

The Dutch election result may not be quite the unalloyed victory against the far-right that some have made it out to be, says Dinyar Godrej.

Filed in: Netherlands

The EU-Turkey refugee deal: one year on, still a disaster

The world has focused on Trump’s wall and Muslim-ban, and Britain and the EU have managed to pursue their own equally draconian migration policies, writes Aisha Dodwell.

Filed in: European Union

Exclusive: Inside Diego Garcia, America’s highly secretive military base

A two year investigation reveals the US military’s poor treatment of contract workers on the controversial island. Katie McQue reports.

Filed in: Philippines United Kingdom United States

Oxford University to throw 21 homeless people on to the streets

One of the richest universities in the world, Oxford University, is using a quick, brutal legal tool to evict homeless people. Vanessa Baird reports.

Filed in: United Kingdom

Is PM Theresa May really as economically illiterate as her immigration based stance on Brexit suggests?

The Prime Minister’s pronouncements just don’t add up, argues Paul Donovan.

Filed in: United Kingdom

A pretence of progress

Jeremy Seabrook considers the past, present and future implications of a growing inequality.

Filed in: United Kingdom

'On the other side': Ecuador's foreign minister blasts Britain on tax justice

The country often blocks tax havens and other predatory fiscal policies, argues Ecuador’s Foreign Minister Guillaume Long, in an exclusive interview with Alessio Perrone.

Filed in: Ecuador United Kingdom

One Day Without Us: a day to stand up for migrants’ post-Brexit precarity

Marienna Pope-Weidemann interviews Matt Carr, core organizer of the 20 February British day of action for migrant solidarity.

Filed in: United Kingdom

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