With exam results upon us and university just around the corner, discussions surrounding grade inflation surge across British educational discourse. Josh Bate reports on the recent debates surrounding teacher assessed grades and the implications it may cause.
Josh Bate explores post EU Britain. With new control over foreign policy, what are the aims of the government, and what sentiment underpins this?
In a complex web of corruption and scandal, journalists have become the target of suppression for being the guardians of democracy. Joshua Bate reports on the developing events proceeding from the unlawful arrest of Belarusian journalist, Roman Protasevich.
After the death of veteran journalist, Giorgos Karaviaz, Josh Bate contemplates the nature and safety of investigative journalism. Should journalists be offered more protection, considering the dangers they face in exposing the truth?
Josh Bate examines the ‘gig economy’ business model and what it means for workers.
Can comedy bounce back after the pandemic? Joshua Bates reports
Three years after the murder of investigative journalist Daphne Curuana Galizia, Josh Bate investigates whether her work to expose corruption has had any consequences, and the fight to achieve justice for her murder.