31 January 2019
A small hub of active, external hostile disinformation actors has been identified and is working in conjunction with a domestic disinformation operation to advance Yellow Vest and WTO narratives. The network has been accessing the UKIP audience in order to drive narratives into public visibility.
We can’t wait for the Government to make our crisis-hit prisons places of change. Meet the charity that’s helping prisoners to transform their lives and stay out of them.
28 January 2019
Can Dame Frances Cairncross find a way of subsidising journalism without giving ministers the power to syphon money to their corrupt press chums – and without enabling Big Tech to buy itself freedom from scrutiny?
22 January 2019
11 January 2019
10 January 2019
9 January 2019
Actions speak louder than words. Edward Lucas is publicly one of the most vociferous opponents of Putin. But actions speak louder than words and his behaviour in the contextof the collapse of the Parex, Ukio and ABLV Banks raises some interesting questions…
8 January 2019
A court date has been agreed for the BackTo60 campaign to challenge the government over the raising of the state pension age for 3.9 million 50s born women with Michael Mansfield QC taking the case to the Department of Work and Pensions.
6 January 2019
3 January 2019
The gift of chocolate models of Salisbury Cathedral to well wishers by Russian state TV must be the sickest message sent out in the season of goodwill.
1 January 2019