A City banker gets £3 million payout for sexism at work. Why do such cases still happen?
How Satanic abuse accusations in a north London suburb went global, despite being untrue.
Are sharia councils in the UK a cause for concern? Jenny Chryss reports.
EU sanctions on Russia are up for renewal. The Report asks should the UK be backing them?
As Amanda Knox is cleared of Meredith Kercher's murder, the case against her is assessed.
As Tony Blair prepares to quit his diplomatic role in the Middle East, Simon Cox asks why.
Is the Daily Telegraph allowing advertisers to influence its news agenda?
Low-fat diets are often recommended, but is this based on solid science?
Simon Cox investigates the changing face of prejudice against Jewish people.
France wants its Muslims to be more French, but where does this leave their identity?
Pegida, Germany's anti-Islamisation movement, is growing fast. Catrin Nye investigates.
Have UK intelligence agencies been involved in torture? Is enough being done to find out?
Former jihadi Aimen Dean explains how Islamic State came to power and how it survives.
Should women suspected of making false accusations of rape be prosecuted?
Are private schools doing enough to support state schools? Simon Cox investigates.
Suspected suicide bomber Kabir Ahmed left Derby to join IS. Simon Cox investigates why.
Will the Virgin brand survive the damage caused by the crash of a Virgin Galactic rocket?
Can the UK afford to continue selling off valuable social housing stock on the cheap?
Why is Tesco under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office? Simon Cox reports.
Why are paramedics quitting the ambulance service in rising numbers? With Adrian Goldberg.
Is Francis the 'revolutionary' Pope that his admirers hope for and his critics fear?
How have voters in Stirling decided whether or not to vote for Scottish independence?
Simon Cox looks into the effects of the 'right to be forgotten' ruling.
Rising racism in Northern Ireland - but who is behind it? Helen Grady investigates.
Melanie Abbott explores the journey Afghan Sikhs make to build a new life in the UK.
With big publishers and Amazon at war, Adam Fleming reports on turmoil in the book world.
UK surrogacy is based on trust rather than contract. Catrin Nye asks if the system works.
Giving power to the people was the big idea of the coalition, but what has become of it?
The Report speaks to the wife and son of the murdered former Russian intelligence officer
Could increasing access to weight loss surgery help the battle against diabetes?