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The Populist Alliance: How Vote Leave Came to Rule British Politics

, 21 December 2021
Even despite the resignation of Lord David Frost, the hard Brexit project has been enshrined into Britain’s political institutions with far-reaching consequences, says former Labour MP Ian Lucas

The Vote Leave Regime Knows Our Election System Can Be Corrupted – So Won’t Do Anything to Change It

, 11 November 2021
Former Labour MP Ian Lucas – author of the forthcoming book Digital Gangsters – says Downing Street knows that British politics is broken but has a stake in preserving this

Government’s Proposed Data Reforms Would Hinder the Honest and Empower the Dishonest

, 3 November 2021
Phil Booth unpicks the Government’s planned post-Brexit data reforms

Meta Access: The Media and Mr Zuckerberg

, 3 November 2021
With his probing eye for conflicts of interest in the British press, Mic Wright turns his scrutiny to tech journalists and their coverage of Facebook

The Meta Narrative: How Zuckerberg Just Won’t Listen

, 29 October 2021
The Facebook boss’ response to damning revelations about the social media platform has been to go full Orwellian, says Kyle Taylor

Journalism is Not a Profession: It Has to be Unruly to Challenge the Rulers

, 18 October 2021
As Chinese journalists are sent for professional re-education, Matthew Gwyther argues that regulation and conformity threaten the unlicensed essence of holding power to account

Facebook’s Big Lie is Finally Being Exposed

, 13 October 2021
Kyle Taylor puts the social media platform’s recent scandals into context and argues that the House of Zuckerberg is slowly crumbling

A Digital Danger: Nadine Dorries is the Last Person who Should be in Charge of Data Privacy

, 16 September 2021
The appointment of the Conservative MP as the new Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Secretary has been questioned by those familiar with her track record in the areaala

Bezos, Musk and Branson: Vacuums in Space

, 27 July 2021
Maheen Behrana argues that the off-world delusions of technocratic billionaires show how keen they are to dominate humankind or escape it

The UK is Now Governed by an Actively Anti-Democratic Party

, 13 July 2021
Kyle Taylor and Nico Docherty of Fair Vote UK evaluate the new reforms to democracy set to be introduced by Boris Johnson’s Government

Did We Learn Nothing from the Last NHS Health Data Grab?

, 7 June 2021
Robin Burgess, who witnessed the chaos of the 'care.data' scheme eight years ago, sees the same lack of consent, trust and engagement in its most recent incarnation

Data and Deception: The Government’s Grab of GP Records Violates Our Trust

, 2 June 2021
Phil Booth explains why we should be worried about the Government’s attempt to quietly share our GP data

‘Wolf Warrior’ Diplomacy has Made China the World’s Most Threatening Online Troll

, 28 May 2021
China’s attacks on its critics are the actions of a superpower gone rogue, says CJ Werleman

Voter Fraud is a Fallacy: These Are the Real Dangers to British Democracy

, 11 May 2021
Sam Bright explains that there are more investigations into the Prime Minister’s conduct than annual voter fraud convictions, and lists the genuine threats to democracy in the UK

Britain’s Political Media Corruption: A Coalition of the Guilty

, 26 April 2021
From Leveson to Brexit, phone-hacking to Cambridge Analytica, Peter Jukes sees a consistent theme – parties on the run from the rule of law. And how Dominic Cummings could end the cycle of corruption

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