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Under David Cameron’s Government, the UK enjoyed a warm relationship with China. President Xi’s state visit to Britain in 2015 symbolised a new era of engagement, friendship, and cooperation

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Earlier in the year, posters and stickers spouting  racist messages began appearing in some London tube stations. The stickers, which used the logo of Extinction Rebellion, the campaign group, implored people to “preserve an endangered species of white Brits”. They described coronavirus as a “cure” to end the “disease” that was mankind.

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Extremists are using the pandemic to promote themselves as supporters of the community and spread fake information.

Far-right movements are exploiting the coronavirus crisis to push their anti-minority agendas and win new support.

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Every four minutes, analysts at the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) find and remove a photo or video online of a child suffering sexual abuse. And since the outbreak of coronavirus, they are concerned about children spending more time online due to them being homeschooled

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It’s hard to believe now, but back in 2016 hardly anyone was talking about plastic. With ‘Blue Planet 2’ still a year and a half away from being released, only NGOs were talking about the…

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Her rallying words to the nation amid pandemic, as new film which features her classic song ‘We’ll Meet Again’ urges Britain to conjure up its wartime spirit.

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Monitoring the output of state-controlled media allows us to counter its power – the Ofcom fine for RT is a start

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