Month: September 2018
As reality lands, there are still people who believe a no deal outcome automatically means Brexit will not happen. This is a dangerous fantasy.
As no deal Brexit inches ever closer, it’s essential we talk about the very basic things people need: food and water…
Audio from the Liberal Democrats Party Conference: Is democracy fit for purpose?
Boycott this mean Treasury National Savings ISA account that is slashing interest rates for pensioners and the poor
The recent bank rate rise was supposed to see a rise in interest rates for savers. But instead the Treasury and National Savings plotted to use the period to slash interest rates on an instant cash isa used by people to put aside savings for emergencies. The National Saving isa should be boycotted.
Growing Crisis is a 26 minute independent documentary on British Farming, filmed in Herefordshire in 2018, covering topics from global trade, to local employment, and the impact of a no deal Brexit.
Exposed: The worldwide hypocritical stance by successive UK ministers on women’s rights and their pensions
An expert report to be submitted to the High Court next month as part of a judicial review brought by BackTo60 group says the UK is in breach of its international obligations over the treatment of 1950s women who face a wait of up to 6 years to get their state pension.
A new film explores hybrid warfare and the scandals which have rocked Western democracies, bringing the topics to life in a way which strips the complexity of electoral interference, hacking, and espionage down and rebuilds it for everyone. Malware For Humans is set for release in February 2019.
In the first episode of a new podcast, The Fall, I explore the first few days of life in No Deal Britain with the help of former army officer Guy Dorrell, using our experience in the armed and emergency services and current expertise to draw a brutal guide to surviving Brexit.
Public subsidy for journalism can only be justified if that journalism is effectively regulated to keep standards high. My submission to the government review
IMPRESS dismisses complaint of intimidation, malice and invasion of privacy from child sex abuse survivor
The press regulator, Impress, have dismissed a complaint against Byline from a child sexual abuse survivor who was named in passing in a blog – sealing a precedent that survivors who have gone public can’t then ban selected journalists from reporting their name provided no new details are published
Since the publication of the Gosport War Memorial Independent Panel inquiry into the untimely deaths of 456 people there I have been contacted by a number people across the country alleging similar situations. I would like more people to contact me as part of a bigger investigation,
This summary, issued by Tower Hamlets local authority on the instructions of the judge, has been accepted by every party in the case
The story caused a sensation but quickly fell under a cloud of doubt. Now the release of the final court judgment in the case leaves the newspaper’s reputation in shreds and surely puts senior journalists’ jobs on the line
I detest him as much as anyone does, but I’d rather we left his relationship with his wife out of it
Read the press and you’d think the sting had been vindicated. Cut through IPSO’s tangled prose, however, and you find the truth is otherwise