Opinion: As long as the true state of the world continues to be downplayed and given dismissive commentary from the same stale media which failed to predict Brexit, Trump, and Russia, the more quietly the arrival of the eventual door knocks will come. Privilege has already sealed our collective fate
Month: June 2018
Months ago I set about to answer six questions on truth. A sextet of simple demands which go to the heart of what is wrong with our world. So I turned to two people whose words carry more weight than my own: journalist Tim Walker and the multi-faceted John Cleese.
Yesterday MPs from the Commons health and local government committees proposed a new tax to pay for social care – aimed to protect the millennials from paying for pensioners. But the new Social Care Premium funding plan has too many flaws.
‘Even a cursory consideration shows it does not meet the requirements,’ says the Press Recognition Panel – after the Culture Secretary told us IPSO was just great
The whole mess of Russian hacking, Cambridge Analytica, the Trump and Leave Campaigns was not only a coup but an unprecedented shorting of the market through
mass manipulation of the electorate with the aim of controlling not only geopolitics but the financial markets too.
Nearly two-thirds of short-term prisoners have drug and alcohol problems and 70% reoffend within a year, new figures show
The statistics, obtained by charity Revolving Doors, demand a radical new approach towards persistent, low-level offenders whose crimes are linked to their drug and alcohol misuse, it says
By getting ready together, we can all contribute to the survival of what remains of decency. This leaflet is being made electronically available to all residents of what is currently known as the United Kingdom, free of charge.
Dodging between the raindrops: what one Latvian banker’s charmed career suggests about the EU, Russia and Corruption
What the charmed career of one Latvian banker tells us about the EBRD, Russia, and corruption…
Revealed: The £200,000 food bank warehouse in Amber Rudd’s Hastings constituency caused by the Universal Credit debacle
A damning report on the universal credit debacle reveals hardship for claimants, huge extra costs for voluntary services and food banks and is not even saving the government any money.
Arron Banks and Andy Wigmore of Leave.EU appeared before the UK’s Fake News Inquiry chaired by Damian Collins, unleashing a masterclass in walking away without a scratch and showing how trial by committee fails us all.
The violent demonstration in London in support of jailed right wing extremist Tommy Robinson follows official figures showing a rise again in right wing extremism among young men
Initial media reports in the UK have given a partial or inaccurate account of the man allegedly running one of Putin’s slush funds for subversion in Ukraine. Here is what we know to date about him and his links to Russia.
An investigation reveals successive governments have raided and underfunded the National Insurance Fund and the 50s generation of women pensioners are paying for it
When Ukraine staged a murder to save a journalist it was vitriolically attacked while Russia, which commissioned his murder, was treated with kid gloves. Why?