Puerto Rico Falls To The Bankers – Worse Than Greece

On Sunday August 9, Alberto Lázaro, president of Puerto Rico’s Water and Sewage authority, announced a third phase in a...

11th August 2015 / Global, United States

Big Oil Knew. Big Oil Lied

New report exposes why fossil fuel companies didn't need the warning from the public scientific community to start a decades-long...

11th August 2015 / Global

Coca-cola in disinformation agenda with cash hungry scientists

Coca-Cola, the world’s largest producer of sugary beverages, is backing a new “science-based” solution to the obesity crisis: To maintain...

11th August 2015 / Global

David Cameron Insists On No Encryption In The UK

'No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home, or correspondence.' The Universal Declaration of Human...

11th August 2015 / United Kingdom

The collapse of social housing in Britain now well underway after budget

The documented history of social housing in Britain starts with almshouses which were established from the 10th century, to provide...

10th August 2015 / United Kingdom

Greek bailout paves way for United States of Europe

"President François Hollande calls for the formation of what is essentially a 'United States of Europe' that would effectively relegate...

10th August 2015 / United Kingdom

Why Cameron’s promise to stop money laundering in London property is a lie

Foreigners must not be able to buy UK homes with "plundered or laundered cash" as part a global effort to...

6th August 2015 / United Kingdom

How corrupt is the British government?

There is no limit or cap on the amount a permissible donor can give to a political party in the UK....

5th August 2015 / United Kingdom

UK economic miracle much worse than great depression

In the political propaganda game George Osborne has won praise from a leading ­international think-tank for his ­“remarkable” stewardship of...

5th August 2015 / United Kingdom

Global Propaganda – Capitalism fails middle class

Despite significant advances in communications, agriculture and bio-technology over the past 15 years, the overwhelming majority of the world population...

4th August 2015 / Editors Picks, Global