Free movement: More popular than you think

The hidden truth: Polling shows the public are open to free movement

As the Tories try to make immigration an election issue, new polling reveals the hidden extent of public support for free movement.

Pakistani activists hold a rally demanding justice for Mashal Khan, who was brutally murdered by a mob over false blasphemy allegations in 2017.

The war against the non-religious: Blasphemy laws on the rise

Rise in 'blasphemy' and 'apostasy' laws causes concern among secular groups.

Stopping the hate: Anger and abuse have played an increasingly prominent role in politics since the referendum campaign.

Stop the Nastiness: MPs must pledge to improve their behaviour this election

A new campaign aims to lower the rhetoric after a bruising few weeks in politics.

Cyberattacks took place during election in the US and France.

The Labour cyberattack: What happened and where did it come from?

Labour has suffered a sophisticated cyberattack on its computer systems. Is this the latest attempt to intervene in a western election?

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The route to tomorrow's journeys

The route to tomorrow's journeys

The need to reduce congestion and to improve air quality has put us on the brink of immeasurable change.

Government Twitter video

How government departments are using Twitter video

Find out which government department produces the most popular videos on Twitter.


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