Sarah Boseley and Denis Campbell discuss the extent of private company involvement in the NHS, one of the key battleground issues of the general election. Plus: Dan Collyns on the downfall of Evo Morales in Bolivia
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In 2017, the Guardian documented the knife deaths of children and teenagers in Britain. The project continues with a creative response to that investigation, seeking to get behind sensationalist headlines and challenge misconceptions about knife crime in the UK.
Instead of us, as journalists, going in and asking questions about the problems as we see them - we listened to their stories, their experiences, and importantly, their solutions. We visited groups of parents, key support workers, and young people in Birmingham, Bristol and London. This is a snapshot of some of the most pressing issues, as seen by those who have been affected by knife crime.
Faye Carruthers, Barry Glendenning, Marcus Christenson and Lars Sivertsen discuss Liverpool vs Man City, The Wilson Scenario, poaching Pulisic, Newcastle winning with a blunt edge and England’s women’s latest defeat
On 5 October 1999, two trains collided at speed in west London, killing both drivers and 29 passengers. Barrister Greg Treverton-Jones, who survived the crash and worked on the harrowing inquiry, pieced together what went wrong