A short film on the meaning of Brexit which nods to Trainspotting’s Choose Life
Month: June 2017
The long running dispute by Durham teaching assistants who faced losses of up to £5000 on a £14,000 to £20,000 salary is still boiling over after Unison rushed through a deal during their annual conference – which has triggered protests from their members after 22 pc will be worse off.
Commission presents the 8th report on Security Union, calling for an acceleration on security of EU.
Security experts expose the depth of Russian intelligence operations and how they hacked democracy.
Grenfell residents were exposed to a catalogue of fire safety risks over many years.
Latest Russian cyber attack originated from a targeted Ukraine operation and spread across the world
More detail from the Untold: the Daniel Morgan Murder Exposed book which shows that News Corp had extensive knowledge of criminal activity, funded it regardless, and misled parliament about the extent of their knowledge
As we await Culture Secretary’s decision on Rupert Murdoch’s bid for Sky, some revelations from the Daniel Morgan Murder podcast and book should stop the acquisition outright
Strengthened EU rules to tackle money laundering, tax avoidance and terrorism financing enter into force
The report on Bishop Peter Ball is a devastating indictment of the Church of England. Both the abuse and cover up are appalling. But it also raises issues on homosexuality in the Church.
Following allegations by Channel 4 over illegal market research, evidence emerges of an in-house job
Serious concerns raised over exploitation of flaws in building control related to high rise cladding
The recent terrorist atrocities has led Theresa May to say she may curb some civil liberties to defeat terrorism. People should scrutinise the Queen’s Speech to see what happens as this Commons research paper shows grave difficulties in doing this.
Revealed: Thousands of Britain’s top bankers become Euro millionaires while workers pay clipped to 1 per cent
A House of Commons library paper released a day after the general election revealed there has been a boom in top bankers pay during the austerity regime of David Cameron ,Nick Clegg and George Osborne while workers pay was either frozen or allowed to rise by just 1 per cent.
BBC broadcasts report claiming North Korea responsible for world cyber attack, evidence dubious.
European Commission announces €143 million support for Borno State’s worsening humanitarian crisis.
There must a full national investigation into this appalling tragedy and heads must roll – the council’s role in ignoring and threatening residents who warned of fire safety concerns must be put under vigorous scrutiny
As fatalities are declared in the tragic Grenfell fire, it emerges Government delayed safety review.
Cyber experts expose the worldwide underground market helping spread fake news, for whoever has cash
Russia deliberately targeted Europe and US, discrediting NATO and cutting the transatlantic link.
Commission reports on measures under the European Agenda on Migration to better manage EU borders.
Within the #Snowman investigation is a vast amount of material, here’s a reminder on UKIP’s fraud.
British journalism could learn from its mistakes in covering the election, but will it?
As a dark cloud gathers over May’s partnership with the DUP, Leave.EU raises even more questions.
Every political party leader should thank Jeremy Corbyn for reviving an enthusiastic interest in politics among the young – this is the real legacy of this election.
For a year and more the Daily Mail’s editor towered over this country and a craven Tory party did his bidding. Now the electorate has stood up to him
Former FBI Director, James Comey, Confirms The Russian Government Were Behind Election Interference.
Europe to adopt extra measures to support open aviation markets in the EU and beyond.
Commission welcomes decision of 20 Member States to establish European Public Prosecutor’s Office.
In a General Election 2017 special, an extract from the forthcoming Alternative War book goes dark.
Never has there been such wildly different predictions for a general election by the pollsters. they can’t all be right- some are going to lose their reputation tomorrow
Donald Findlay: “Potential Blackmail”
The only surprise was there was no surprise
My billet-doux from Theresa: Push Brexit from the comfort of your own home and register your vote plan at Tory Central Office
By mistake I appear to have registered as a Tory supporter by the party for this election. Enjoy and read my billet doux from Theresa May
As Nigel Farage declares he has no Russian connections in response to the FBI, the CIA helps clarify
My interview with Ukrainian writer Steve Komarnyckyj: Independent journalism is the front line.
Unison’s Special Chocolate Biscuits Scandal: An insight into murky behaviour at the top of Britain’s biggest public sector union
A senior official in Unison, Britain’s biggest public sector union has been castigated by a judge for flagrantly breaching rules to re-elect Dave Prentis as general secretary. The judge
rejected demands for an election re-run only because she believed Dave Prentis did not know she had done it.