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Shivani Singhal contributes to The Climate Press blog with a piece about water rights, pollution and security in the Yamuna basin.

Following the release of the Intelligence and Security Committee's report into Russian interference in British politics, Dr Honeyman discusses her opinion on the matter with radio host Jules Bellerby.

Fifty years ago Iain Macleod passed away, four weeks after becoming Chancellor of the Exchequer under Edward Heath.

Dr Winn, Senior Lecturer in European Studies, writes for UK in a Changing Europe on the 75th anniversary of the Potsdam conference, looking at how the history of EU-UK security informs the future.

The blog article is the last of a series entitled ‘Debating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)’, which aimed to foster critical debates on the SDGs by discussing them from different angles.