John Pilger – Normalising the crime of the century

Every weekend we feature an article written by highly acclaimed film-maker, author and journalist John Pilger who, with such foresight encapsulates how our world is being shaped by corporations, corrupted →

25th June 2016 / Global

One last consideration on UK membership in EU Referendum

At truepublica we have published articles both for and against Britain's membership in todays EU referendum from the standpoint of different journalists. We have also published opinion on whether it →

23rd June 2016 / EU

UK blocks effective public health regulations against endocrine disruptors via EU Commission

Worse than expected: Commission criteria for endocrine disruptors won't protect human health Yesterday's European Commission proposal on scientific criteria defining endocrine disruptors (EDCs) is the latest dangerous outgrowth of a highly →

23rd June 2016 / EU

If You Value Life, Wake Up! “People do not Understand how Dangerous the Situation Really Is”

Putin: “We Know and they Know that we Know…People do not Understand how Dangerous the Situation Really Is” If You Value Life, Wake Up! By Paul Craig Roberts Do you remember how close →

23rd June 2016 / Global

Swiss whistleblower Rudolf Elmer: ‘they want to crucify me, as an example to other bankers’

By Tax Justice Network - Rudolf Elmer, the Swiss whistleblower who has been pursued by Swiss courts for a decade and served over half a year in prison while accused of (according →

23rd June 2016 / EU

Is Left Wing “Reform” of the EU possible?

By Thomas Helm - Hysteria, lies and exaggeration have characterised the Brexit debate. It appears too many politicians have too much at stake to allow a genuine conversation on the →

22nd June 2016 / EU

What might Brexit do for tax havens and tax justice?

By Tax Justice Network - The UK votes on Thursday in a referendum over leaving the European Union. While there are dynamics that play in different directions, such a ‘Brexit’ →

22nd June 2016 / United Kingdom

FoI reveals only 5% of British air strikes in Iraq and Syria are pre-planned – civilian deaths denied

By Chris Cole - A Freedom of Information request by Drone Wars UK has revealed that only 5% of British air strikes in Iraq and Syria are pre-planned. According to the →

22nd June 2016 / Global

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