Who controls Britain’s ‘Defence Spending’

In 2014 the UK spent approximately £42billion ($60bn) on ‘defence’, which is due to rise to just under £45 billion...

2nd August 2015 / United Kingdom

The Bosnian Serb “Death Camp” hoax by ITN

In August 1992, millions of people were shocked to see photographs of a supposed Bosnian Serb death camp. But the...

22nd July 2015 / United Kingdom

Greek Parliament Cannot Override the NO Vote – Agreement Illegal

FIRA, GREECE. On Sunday July 5, the Greek people voted in a historic referendum to refuse the Troika’s draft agreement....

22nd July 2015 / EU

Are Jeremy Hunt’s 6,000 weekend deaths number accurate?

There has been considerable controversy and speculation caused by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt's assertion that 6,000 people die every year because...

21st July 2015 / United Kingdom

24 nations now facing Greek-style debt crisis. Are we facing global insolvency?

The mainstream press has kept many of us focused upon Greece in the last few months, but in global terms,...

20th July 2015 / Global

Greece’s lesson for Russia, China and Iran

“Greece’s debt can now only be made sustainable through debt relief measures that go far beyond what Europe has been...

19th July 2015 / Global

Defining misinformation, disinformation and propaganda

It is important to understand the distinction between misinformation, disinformation and propaganda, especially as all three are prevalent within all...

17th July 2015 / Editors Picks, Global

Privatisation in the UK – success or failure?

As capitalism staggers from one crisis to the next, inducing new rounds of bailouts, austerity and privatisation, societies are being...

17th July 2015 / Editors Picks, United Kingdom

Making NATO Defunct: EU Military Force intended to Reduce US Influence in Europe?

An EU military force is being justified as protection from Russia, but it may also be a way of reducing...

15th July 2015 / EU