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The West Urged to Take Action Against China After Brutal Killing of Tibetan Monk

, 29 January 2021
Steve Shaw reports on the killing of a teenager in Tibet, which has sparked fresh calls for Western governments to review their relationship with China

HSBC ‘Aided One of World’s Biggest Crackdowns on Democracy’, MPs Tell Banker

, 28 January 2021
The British bank’s bosses struggled to defend its record of being complicit in China’s crackdown in Hong Kong, reports Steve Shaw

Government Turns a Blind Eye as UK Trains Some of the World’s Most Brutal Security Forces

, 22 January 2021
Steve Shaw reports on the British politicians who condemn state violence at the hands of authoritarian regimes while allowing UK police and military to train the very forces responsible

The Brexit Effect: Trade Deals Outrank Human Rights Concerns

, 21 January 2021
Steve Shaw reports on the House of Commons vote which allows the British Government to sign off on trade deals even if they are with countries guilty of mass killings

Brexit Boost for Arms Industry and Human Rights Abusers As ‘Global Britain’ Gets Underway

, 14 January 2021
Now isolated from the Continent and determined to ‘rule the waves’ once more, Britain looks to countries with questionable regimes to strike up business deals

Trump Rewards Loyalists and War Criminals While Whistleblowers Are Hounded

, 7 January 2021
Steve Shaw looks at Donald Trump’s decision to grant freedom to close allies, and the two people the President should consider pardoning instead

German Arms Continued Flowing to Countries Bombing Yemen Despite Saudi Embargo

, 6 January 2021
Steve Shaw reports on Germany’s arms exports to the countries creating the world’s worst humanitarian crisis

Pleas to Open London’s Nightingale Hospital Fall on Deaf Ears as Hotels and Council Offices are Suggested for Non-COVID Patients

, 4 January 2021
Steve Shaw reports on local councillors’ fears that services will soon be overwhelmed in Britain’s Coronavirus hotspot if the Government refuses to take urgent action

Are Immunity Passports An Inevitable Solution to Continuous Coronavirus Waves?

, 29 December 2020
Digital passes that confirm people are Coronavirus-free could be adopted as a tool to get societies back to normal – by governments and beyond, says Steve Shaw

British Banks Tied to A Military Accused of Genocide

, 24 December 2020
Steve Shaw reports on the loans that connect British banks to a telecommunications firm that provides money for Myanmar’s military, which has been accused of genocide

War Over Water: The New Flashpoint in the India-China Stand-Off

, 18 December 2020
Steve Shaw reports on China's plans to build a major new dam on the Brahmaputra river

The Government's Excuse for Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia Goes Against its Own Policy

, 17 December 2020
Steve Shaw reports on hwo Trade Secretary Liz Truss' excuse that there is no 'pattern of war crimes' in the Gulf Nation goes against its own export criteria

How Facebook is Aiding Authoritarian Regimes

, 16 December 2020
The biggest danger of the social media giant’s stranglehold on social media is not to its competitors but to those living under authoritarian leaders, reports Steve Shaw

The Rubber Duck Protestors Taking on Thailand’s Untouchable State Power

, 10 December 2020
Steve Shaw reports on the protests that have rocked Thailand by people wanting reforms of the influence held by the country’s monarchy

Government Refuses to Condemn HSBC for ‘Colluding’ with China in Hong Kong

, 9 December 2020
The British bank froze the accounts of people involved in Hong Kong’s struggle for democracy as leading activists are convicted of their roles in mass protests
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