Rail nationalisation: how Labour's plan would work

Briefing Fri 18 Jul, AT 12:18

'Radical' part-nationalisation of the railway will please passengers, says Miliband – but not everyone's convinced

Syringes and bottles

Assisted dying: what's at stake in the Lords debate?

Briefing Fri 18 Jul, AT 10:44

'Compassionate' or a charter for NHS 'death squads': the pros and cons of the Assisted Dying Bill

A mother and child outside an East London Mosque

'Ban the burka': why is the veil so divisive?

Briefing Thu 17 Jul, AT 14:00

Rightwingers and feminists are united against the burka, but their opponents say a ban would be un-British

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch

Rupert Murdoch plays the Game of Thrones

Briefing Thu 17 Jul, AT 11:28

Murdoch's bid for Time Warner has been rebuffed, but it is unlikely the mogul will stop there

British Prime Minister David Cameron

ECHR: is Tory plan to snub EU court a 'legal car crash'?

Briefing Thu 17 Jul, AT 10:10

David Cameron wants to curb the European Court of Human Rights but not everyone in his party backs the plan

Women search for buried relatives in the Srebrenica memorial cemetary

Why the Netherlands is liable for 300 deaths at Srebrenica

Briefing Wed 16 Jul, AT 15:48

Dutch court rules that state must accept some responsibility for Europe's worst genocide since WWII

 The government plans to rush through emergency data law

Drip data law: how it will affect you

Briefing Tue 15 Jul, AT 12:28

Critics say the 'emergency' Drip data law will allow scrutiny of Facebook, iCloud, email and text messages

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