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UK slides in corruption perception index after series of political scandals5 min read
The UK is perceived to be more corrupt than it was following the 2009 expenses scandal that rocked parliament to its core. Hostile states are happy to watch the UK move away from core liberal democratic principles.
Nadhim Zahawi sacked: Today’s Tory scandals are similar to 1990s sleaze stories in more than one way5 min read
The prime minister’s pledge to bring integrity to public office could become a stick to beat him with – just like ‘back to basics’ became one for John Major.
Majority of Britons say Zahawi must resign as Conservative chairman2 min read
A majority of the British public is unimpressed with Zahawi’s conduct over his tax issues and believes that he should step down from his role as Conservative party chairman.
Independence and democracy, or jingoistic authoritarianism.7 min read
The political struggle of our time is no longer left versus right. It is democracy versus authoritarianism.
Legal advice: Government can’t ban the use of facemasks in schools.3 min read
The Education Secretary doesn’t have the power to go over the heads of headteachers and ban the wearing of facemasks in school.