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Hugo Greenhalgh

Editor, Openly

Thomson Reuters Foundation

Hugo Greenhalgh is the editor of Openly, the Thomson Reuters Foundation's dedicated LGBTQ+ news site.

November 21, 2022

As the World Cup kicks off in Qatar this week, controversy is raging over the decision to hold the mega sporting event in a country where gay sex is a crime.

Here's what you need to know.

September 23, 2022

Low-income Britons will see few benefits from the historic tax cuts announced by the country's new finance minister on Friday, union leaders and anti-poverty campaigners said, warning that the measures would widen the rich-poor divide.

Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng scrapped the top rate of income tax as well as a planned rise in corporate taxes in his "mini-budget", and said bankers' bonuses would no longer be capped - measures Prime Minister Liz Truss hopes will help double Britain's rate of economic growth.