Wednesday 30 November 2022
The boy killed by mould
Awaab Ishak was two-years-old when he died because of exposure to mould in his home. How does that happen in modern Britain?
Tuesday 29 November 2022
Chinaâ€™s Covid protests
In China, large scale dissent has burst onto the streets for the first time in decades and President Xi Jinping has been directly criticised. Why now?
Wednesday 23 November 2022
Tech giants cut jobs
Amazon, Meta, Twitter and Microsoft have all announced they are cutting staff. Whatâ€™s happening in the tech industry?
Friday 18 November 2022
Huntâ€™s autumn statement
The chancellor has announced a raft of new tax rises and spending cuts designed to keep inflation down as the country enters recession
Tuesday 15 November 2022
Could the implosion of the crypto exchange FTX trigger a wider meltdown in the world of digital currencies?
Monday 7 November 2022
Just Stop Oil
Protestors from the climate activist group have glued themselves to roads, smeared cake on a waxwork of King Charles and thrown tomato soup at a Van Gogh painting. Who are the people risking criminal records in the name of their cause?
Monday 31 October 2022
Gas price crash
The price of wholesale gas is falling but that doesnâ€™t necessarily mean energy bills will go down. Why?
Tuesday 25 October 2022
The second Conservative leadership contest of the year was conducted with almost no discussion of actual policy, so what kind of prime minister might Rishi Sunak be?
Friday 21 October 2022
Liz Truss quits
Liz Truss will go down in history as Britainâ€™s shortest serving prime minister. How did we get here and what happens next?
Thursday 20 October 2022
Chinaâ€™s beatings on British soil
In yet another sign of Chinaâ€™s disrespect for human rights, Hong Kong pro-democracy protestors were dragged into the grounds of the Chinese consulate in Manchester and beaten up. What does it mean for UK-China relations?