#LuxLeaks verdict: hope for whistleblowers as Antoine Deltour is acquitted

By Naomi Flowler - Tax Justice Network: We’ve always said that the #LuxLeaks whistleblowers Antoine Deltour, Raphaël Halet and investigative journalist Edouard Perrin should never have been...

22nd May 2018 / EU

Is Wikipedia To Be Trusted Anymore?

By TruePublica Editor: There has been, in the past, some debate not just over the accuracy of articles and information...

21st May 2018 / Global

Skripal Poisoning: Yet More Evidence Of Novichok Source Emerges

By Joseph Fitsanakis - IntelNews: NATO obtained Soviet Novichok nerve agents through German intelligence in the 1990s.   Some North Atlantic Treaty...

21st May 2018 / United Kingdom

The day I dressed up in my finest chicken suit to meet Liam Fox

By Malise Rosbech - Global Justice: Dressed in a bright yellow chicken suit and with a camera in hand, I’m...

21st May 2018 / United Kingdom

Britain’s democratic farce: This is how the ‘hereditary by-election’ works

By Dareen Hughes - Electoral Reform Society: Last week, there was a rather hushed announcement in parliament: a resignation among the Lords....

21st May 2018 / United Kingdom

UN Human Rights Council Votes To Investigate Israeli War-Crimes Over Gaza

An indignant Times of Israel reports that: "After 29-2 vote, with US and Australia opposed, Israel rejects council's 'hypocritical' and ...

20th May 2018 / Global

Long Read: Britain’s Propaganda Campaign in Iraq – The Whole Story

By Mark Curtis - 30 minute read. An edited extract from Unpeople: Britain’s Secret Human Rights Abuses Politics has been described...

19th May 2018 / United Kingdom

Iran Trade Wars: EU Defies US With Blocking Statute

By Graham Vanbergen: As reported by TruePublica the day after Donald Trump withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal that took...

18th May 2018 / EU

Empire Oil – London’s Dirty Secret

By Mike Small - OpenDemocracy: “I want the Britain of the future to be a truly Global Britain, which is...

18th May 2018 / United Kingdom

Book Review: Handbook of Political Party Funding

By LSE Books Review: How much should political parties, candidates and other interested bodies be allowed to spend, both generally...

18th May 2018 / United Kingdom