The former editor-in-chief of The Guardian talks about his 20 years at the newspaper, whistleblowers and the future of the press.
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The internet has changed the way we communicate, but how is this affecting younger generations?
The Investigatory Powers Act has come into effect in the United Kingdom, so Artefact explores what this means in reality.
When the bombs rain down in Syria, the White Helmets rush in.
Artefact talks to the award-winning photographer about the war on terror, Guantanamo Bay, secrecy and state security.
Why are some people prepared to vote against their own interests in general elections?
As the Second World War loomed, Britain rescued 10,000 refugee children from death by letting them come to the United Kingdom. Why won’t it do the same now?
It is said to serve the best tapas in London, Artefact tries it out before it moves to a new location.
After the death of a photojournalism graduate from London College of Communication; Artefact asks whether journalism is becoming more dangerous?
Racism is on the rise in Sweden as immigration increases.