Daphne Caruana Galizia, a Maltese Investigative journalist, was killed this week by a bomb placed under her car. Galizia was well known across Malta and around the world for uncovering major corruption scandals at the highest level of government. We speak to Transparency international about the dangers faced by journalists.
The UK government faces defeat in the house of commons over its controversial universal credit scheme, losing by 299 votes to ZERO as tory MPs boycott the vote.
As the Spanish government gears up to suspend Catalonia’s autonomous status, we look at what that means, how it’s likely to be implemented - and the historical context of this constitutional crisis.
The Hashtag MeToo has gone viral around the globe this week, shedding light on the extent of sexual harassment and abuse that women face in all walks of life - we’ll be taking a look at the discussion around sexual harassment with Scottish Women’s Aid’s Dr Marsha Scott.
And it's been a rather busy week for US President Donald Trump, we’ll bring you a round-up of the latest controversies from across the Atlantic where, amongst other things, Trump is coming under fire for telling a widow that her husband, a serviceman who was killed in Niger, knew what he had signed up for.
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