Friday briefing: A year after their murder, the vital work of Bruno Pereira and Dom Phillips carries on
In today’s newsletter: A new reporting project seeks to continue the efforts of Bruno Pereira and Dom Phillips to protect the Amazon
02, Jun, 2023 @5:56 AM
Thursday briefing: Why Covid fines were more likely for minorities and the worse off
In today’s newsletter: More than 120,000 penalties were handed out during the pandemic – but there’s a question of how fairly they were issued
01, Jun, 2023 @5:56 AM
Russia-Ukraine war: only 500 of 70,000 residents left in Bakhmut, mayor says – as it happened
Figure, reported by Ukrainian news agency, comes after months of bitter fighting for control of the town
Harry Taylor (now); Martin Belam and Jonathan Yerushalmy (earlier)
31, May, 2023 @5:52 PM
Wednesday briefing: What’s behind the drone attacks on Russia
In today’s newsletter: Could yesterday’s assault on Moscow prompt a response that helps Zelenskiy’s long-trailed counteroffensive – or hurts it?
31, May, 2023 @6:01 AM
Tuesday briefing: The Met police is taking a step back from mental health crisis care – but who steps in?
In today’s newsletter: From September the force will stop attending to non-urgent mental health care calls – but should they? And who else steps in if they don’t?
30, May, 2023 @5:56 AM
Monday briefing: What Erdoğan’s election runoff win means for the future of Turkey
In today’s newsletter: The incumbent president fought off a coalition led by Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu – what happens next for the country?
29, May, 2023 @5:45 AM
Thursday briefing: What really happened at Chequers?
In today’s newsletter: As fresh allegations of lockdown gatherings emerge, the former prime minister finds himself facing new questions – and a new threat to his political future
25, May, 2023 @5:54 AM
Wednesday briefing: Why the UK’s inflation rate just came down to 8.7%
In today’s newsletter: It’s good news – but the figure is still a bit higher than expected, even as energy costs decline. As the latest data is released, we look at its ongoing impact – and what it means for you
24, May, 2023 @6:19 AM
Tuesday briefing: Why Rishi Sunak is in no hurry to move on from Suella Braverman … yet
In today’s newsletter: The home secretary is under review for breaking the ministerial code – but this is why it doesn’t suit the prime minister to fire her
23, May, 2023 @5:56 AM
Monday briefing: What it will take to reverse the damage done to the rainforest by Jair Bolsonaro
In today’s newsletter: A key campaign promise of the Brazilian president was to reverse the rapid destruction of the rainforest under Jair Bolsonaro, but his commitment is yet to be tested
22, May, 2023 @5:57 AM
Thursday briefing: Three days that proved the radical right has a hold on the Tory party
In today’s newsletter: This week’s National Conservatism conference in London saw mainstream Tory MPs straying into far right territory – how did the party get here?
18, May, 2023 @5:58 AM
Wednesday briefing: Are standardised tests failing children?
In today’s newsletter: Sats tests have left students in tears, and teachers and parents calling for an overhaul. Here’s how they are supposed to work – and what critics say needs to change
17, May, 2023 @5:53 AM
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