Crowdfunded digital democracy platform launches vote prediction service ahead of crucial Brexit session in the House of Commons.
Month: February 2019
A new data-led tool is in town, allowing users to predict the future of what goes on in Westminster. Emojiocracy is the digital equivalent of Toto, pulling back the curtain on a lot more than expenses and what has happened during previous votes…
We’ve reached the point where there is no good conclusion to Brexit and Britain faces a choice: take one for the team or be willing participants in the fall of Europe. And no, you are not going to like this.
Paul Volcker, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve, has invested in a bank that appears to have been propped up via a bogus privatisation deal at a cost of over €55m to the Latvian people…
Government must provide concrete detail on access to insulin in event of no-deal Brexit, say leading diabetes charities: In a joint statement, Diabetes UK and JDRF have said that, without more detail, they cannot say a no-deal Brexit would be safe for people reliant on insulin.
These decent proposals for helping public service journalism are worryingly vulnerable to manipulation by corporate press bosses and their ministerial friends
Evidence against executives and editors is piling up in the civil courts, but newspapers are just buying their way out of trouble. The right place for this is the criminal courts, which means the Met must act
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