Leak shows EU Commission giving inside information to car lobby on new emissions tests

As the Parliamentary Committee of Inquiry into the dieselgate scandali begins its work in Brussels, a leaked lobbying document from...

16th March 2016 / EU

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

International law is defined as follows: "The body of law that governs the legal relations between or among states or...

16th March 2016 / Editors Picks, Global

More competition won’t fix Britain’s broken energy system

The Competition and Markets Authority has been investigating energy companies for over-charging customers, and today they finally published their conclusions....

16th March 2016 / United Kingdom

GMO’s : Feeding the bank balance or feeding the world?

Feeding the bank balance or feeding the world: GMO's, development and the politics of unhappiness Modern state-corporate capitalism is stripping...

15th March 2016 / Global

When “Don’t Be Evil” became really evil

There should be no doubt in anyone's mind that the United States, in its unquenchable thirst for economic advantage and...

15th March 2016 / Global

UK ‘Snoopers Charter ‘not in the nation’s interest’ – here’s why

UK Bill Hands Vast Surveillance Powers to Police and Intelligence Agencies On March 1, Home Secretary Theresa May published the...

15th March 2016 / United Kingdom

“Overpopulation” and Funding of WWIII – ‘Operation Barbarossa 2’

“Wars are horrible. The only good thing about wars is that they help reduce the world population.” These are the...

14th March 2016 / Global

Palm oil and GM Mustard: A marriage made in hell

The current drive to get genetically modified (GM) food crops into India is being spearheaded by GM mustard. However, the...

14th March 2016 / Global

How household debt is becoming the new safety net

Credit, or household debt is being used as a safety net by millions in the UK, according to new polling...

14th March 2016 / Editors Picks, United Kingdom

Discovering the power of people’s history – and why it is feared today

Every Friday or Saturday we feature an article written by highly acclaimed film-maker, author and journalist John Pilger who, with...

12th March 2016 / United Kingdom