Month: September 2017
Exclusive; The real figure for membership of the Tory Party has plummeted to 100,000 and a seasoned campaigner says they could face oblivion
As EU Member States are set to benefit, Russian influence steers UK and US climate debate
European Commission presents guidelines tackling the incitement of hatred and online extremism
UK press coverage of EU Referendum campaign dominated by pro-Leave
As Defra refuses to release Brexit food impact and quality is abandoned, EU moves on quality for all
After doubling the number of party members in Britain, the real task at this year’s Labour conference was training the next generation of activists to fight the next General Election.
Roger Stone and Leave.EU are the latest to follow the pattern of Russia denial as inquiry heats up.
Ukraine believes one of world’s largest stockpiles of defensive missiles was blown up by saboteurs
Scania broke EU antitrust rules, colluding for 14 years with five other truck manufacturers.
An Election PR Firm, Leave.EU, and Russia: disruptive forces aim their weapons at global influence
Commission targets trade unions and employers in consultation on further improving worker’s rights.
As Germany stands shocked over the AfD entering the Bundestag, Russia confirms its predictability.
We are not alone: a Lithuanian resistance is fighting back against Russia’s hybrid offensive.
EU sets out path towards fair and effective taxation of the Digital Economy
How Jeremy Corbyn (with a little help from Tim Farron) brought political activism back from the living dead
Four years ago active political party membership was the lowest in British history. Now on the eve of the Labour Party conference it has been completely revitalised mainly by Jeremy Corbyn
Former USIC agent Emily Maxima is developing image recognition software to hunt Nazis online.
The top of Whitehall needs a radical shake up and proposals by former Tory minister Lord Maude and Amyas Morse,, head of the National Audit Office, are on the right lines.
Community Rehabilitation Companies supervising released prisoners should be stripped of their contracts, says probation workers’ union boss
London Midland have admitted all the faults in their assisted passenger services that left my disabled wife and I stranded without help and surrounded by a faulty lift and a failed passenger emergency help line at berkhamsted.
Part 3 of an investigation into the resurgence of Nazis, covering the rise of the new German right
Can’t rely on London Midland:How staff cuts and technical failures dump on disabled and vulnerable rail passengers
Testing London Midland’s emergency phone lines for lifts and on a platform at a station with no staff – showed up the failure of the company to protect disabled and vulnerable passengers
And no, although the corporate press are desperate to avoid a public examination of who was to blame for the criminality in their ranks, Part Two of the Leveson Inquiry has not been scrapped
Part 2 of an investigation into the resurgence of Nazis, covering Britain’s Nazi identity crisis
Part 1 of a new investigation into the resurgence of Nazis, commencing with a global overview
Esther Baker child sex abuse case: “Insufficent evidence”to prosecute as accused ex MP outs himself “
The Crown Prosecution Service say there is insufficient evidence to prosecute people following allegations by Esther Baker that she was abused by among others an ex Liberal Democrat MP, who yesterday outed himself as John Hemming, former MP for Birmingham, Yardley.
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