MPs today pressuring Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox to explain hundreds of trade agreements had to ‘play detective’ on the web to discover the facts.
The revelation that the special counsel’s office is still unraveling mysteries at “the heart” of the Russia investigation seems to contradict the recent suggestion by acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker that the inquiry is “close to being completed.”
Gagging order granted by High Court relates to alleged incidents involving women at the company in London, Munich and New York. The ‘magic circle’ law firm Linklaters has been granted a temporary injunction preventing a former executive from revealing details of alleged ‘struggles’ facing women at the company. The UK injunction, granted by a High…
Turning Point USA is funded by a number of wealthy right-wing businessmen. This week Turning Point UK tried to launch a similar pseudo-grassroots young conservative movement in Britain.
Social Media research shows British MP Jacob Ree-Mogg’s #Moggmentum campaign is being pushed by accounts linked to a powerful Kremlin disinformation operation.
With Brexit weeks away, serious questions need to be asked about both the Metropolitan Police and Government’s approach towards increasingly violent ‘Yellow Vest’ protests.
Hardeep Matharu meets the charity helping inmates to think about their lives and how to transform them and explores why we can’t wait for the Government to make prisons places of change.
The Supreme Court’s ruling that victims of miscarriages of justice can only claim compensation if they can prove their innocence ‘beyond reasonable doubt’ is a blow to the idea of justice, according to campaigners.
As Steve Bannon is identified of the ‘High-Ranking’ Trump Campaign official in the Roger Stone indictment, the question of Russian collusion not only moves upwards to the President, but across the Atlantic
The arrest of Trump’s long time political advisor for his contact with Wikileaks and Russian hacking of the Democratic Party has two key leads to the UK and Brexit
There’s little doubt Boris Johnson was inspired in his deep state rhetoric by Steve Bannon…. The problem for Boris Johnson is that Steve Bannon is a key subject of the FBI investigation into Russian interference.
The Modernising Mental Health Act report fails to offer a solution to what is one of the most glaring problems in the mental health service – the vast number of Afro-Caribbeans who are sectioned compared to the majority white population.
THE MAIL on Sunday is today embroiled in a growing phone hacking crisis after explosive emails obtained by Byline Investigates show one of the paper’s top editors receiving transcripts of actor Sadie Frost’s voicemails.
Unearthed reveal Treasury minister Liz Truss met with representatives of five US libertarian groups at the UK taxpayers cost. But her political remarks have been censored
“This isn’t the first time we’ve discovered commodities traders using questionable middlemen to broker shady deals, and unless they start changing their approach to corruption, it won’t be the last.”
Faisal Khan examines the crisis in Venezuela, what has caused it and what might be done to help resolve it. Venezuela is currently facing an unprecedented humanitarian crisis. From being Latin America’s richest country, it is now one of South America’s most impoverished. As Moisés Naím and Francisco Toro, writing in Foreign Affairs put it: ‘Its…
Who are the ‘Gilets Jaunes’? What are their aims? And is anyone sponsoring or organising them?
The first in an occasional series to accompany the UNTOLD: Dial M for Mueller podcast with Carole Cadwalldr on why Britain needs an FBI-style investigation into Brexit.
Funding cuts to women’s refuges mean 95% are turning women and children away. Thousands of abused women are being turned away from domestic violence shelters because of funding cuts, according to new statistics. Figures obtained by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism show that women’s refuges have seen their budgets slashed by a whopping 24% since 2010.…
UN Special Rapporteur Professor Philip Alston believes the perception that human rights are only for criminals or the most vulnerable is damaging
If you are asked to get off a stranded train by the driver you would think it was safe. But not according to the latest rail accident report… 450 passengers were asked to leave a broken down train on the London Overground at Peckham Rye in South London almost a year ago. But a recent…
Making Spice a Class A drug is likely to make its already devastating effects on vulnerable communities worse not better, politicians have been warned.
Billions are being easily laundered through unregulated international tax free zones
The Home Secretary Sajid Javid has proved himself to be “unprincipled and unfit to hold one of the great offices of state” after turning the UK’s back on opposing the death penalty, according to an eminent human rights lawyer.