Hate crimes have gone up by a quarter in the past year in England and Wales, according to data released today by the Home Office.
We spoke to the Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto. We asked him whether he thinks that gains made by Ukraine mean that Putin is losing the war.
We spoke to Scottish Labour leader Anas Sarwar.
The governor of one of England’s most violent jails has described the treatment of a 35-year-old prisoner who suffered a drugs overdose and later died as “nothing short of inhumane and degrading”.
Jackie is joined by the historian Anna Whitelock who’s professor of the history of monarchy at City University London and the royal commentator Peter Hunt.
Hundreds of thousands of former students in England will have to pay more on their loans after April.
We spoke to former Conservative MP Ben Howlett.
We were joined by Baroness Finlay, a crossbench member of the House of Lords, who is also a medical doctor and professor of palliative medicine.
Lights will be dimmed in London’s theatreland on Monday to honour the composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim who died yesterday, at the age of ninety one.
With cuts to universal credit and to HS2 and Northern Powerhouse rail, how well is levelling up going, and with it Boris Johnson?
We are joined by climate scientist Prof Saleemul Huq, at his 26th Cop conference as adviser to the group of Least Developed Countries, the 46 countries who are most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. And we are also joined by Jennifer Morgan, executive director of Greenpeace.
Major players in the fashion industry have today published a new, updated charter, pledging to reduce harmful emissions in line with global targets.
At COP26, a lot of the focus has been on how humanity can become more green. But campaigners also want us to think blue.
We were joined by Helena Gualinga from the Kichwa people of Sarayaku in Ecuador.