7.6 million Briton’s now spend a quarter of their income paying debts

Tax and savings changes: who’ll benefit the most? Wednesday this...

8th April 2016 / Editors Picks, United Kingdom

New EU ‘Trade Secrets Protection’ vote is direct threat to public interest and democracy

Panama Papers show need to safeguard press freedoms from proposed...

7th April 2016 / Editors Picks, EU

Iraq Invasion – Anniversary of The Biggest Terrorist Attack in Modern History

By Felicity Arbuthnot. Since terrorism’s tragedy is again in the...

29th March 2016 / Editors Picks, Global

Head of EU TTIP negotiations “I do not take my mandate from the European people.”

Cecilia Malmstrom, the lead EU Trade Commissioner of the TTIP negotiations...

22nd March 2016 / Editors Picks, EU

British banking system the pumping heart of terror finance and global drug trade

The National Crime Agency (NCA) is Britain's national law enforcement...

18th March 2016 / Editors Picks, United Kingdom

What Good is the United Nations, International Law and its Courts?

International law is defined as follows: "The body of law...

16th March 2016 / Editors Picks, Global

How household debt is becoming the new safety net

Credit, or household debt is being used as a safety...

14th March 2016 / Editors Picks, United Kingdom

Local democracy under attack by George Osborne

The government wants the power to overrule council pension investment...

7th March 2016 / Editors Picks, United Kingdom

Mass privatisation masks Britain’s failed economic policies

This article was written by truepublica editor Graham Vanbergen and...

3rd March 2016 / Editors Picks, United Kingdom