Our chief correspondent roams across the news agenda bringing both light and shade to his topical reports.
As news emerges of more Nato deaths in Afghanistan, Alex Thomson asks what happens when foreign troops leave the country.
People I’ve spoken to in the Syrian capital are calling today’s blasts by far the biggest they’ve seen in more than two years of war.
The BBC were told they could not broadcast from Ibrox Stadium this week after they ran a story the club didn’t like.
Should football clubs be allowed to ban reporters from news conferences? Alex Thomson argues it’s time to make a stand.
Amid talk of war crimes and red lines, there are some important questions which we should bear in mind.
Facebook has decided to allow a disturbing video of a child being beaten by an adult back online, but can the decision really be justified?
Facebook says it’s against child abuse. But its slow-footed response to a disturbing video on its site has raised questions about how well it deals with such material.
News from Operation Elveden that Duncan Larcombe, royal editor at The Sun, is to be charged along with John Hardy, Claire Hardy and Tracy Bell with conspiracy to commit misconduct in public
Post Boston, the issue is primarily political in the case of these violent, angry, disaffected young men. But we’ve been here before – and instead of politics we offer war.