Month: August 2015
Following the chronology of the Daniel Morgan murder – the most investigated murder in British history – we have now arrived at the phone hacking era. But a timeline reveals Glenn Mulcaire’s work to be the relatively benign tip of a much darker iceberg
Clumsy interventions from senior Labour figures into the leadership campaign have only increased Jeremy Corbyn’s outsider appeal.
“The party’s critics have got it all wrong”, The Spectator’s Taki claims. “Golden Dawn is as neo-Nazi as Ukip.”
Why did a senior treasury civil servant wholeheartedly endorse losing the British taxpayer so much money?
Jeremy Corbyn’s popularity with Labour voters is widespread and genuine, not just confined to a militant tendency.