Hamas and Fatah: Why the two groups are failing

By Jonathan Cook - Nazareth, Israel: Palestinian factions need to reinvent themselves and find more successful strategies to give the...

15th May 2018 / Global

Academic Update on Skripal Poisonings

Below is a post by Tim Hayward. The republication is not in full. If you want to read the entire...

14th May 2018 / United Kingdom

If you didn’t already think the voter ID trial was a mess, you will after reading this

By Darren Hughes - Electoral Reform Society: The government’s rationale for its ill-considered Voter ID pilots was to tackle “electoral fraud” –...

14th May 2018 / United Kingdom

British diplomats warned palm oil row could harm Malaysian defence deals

By Joe Sandler Clarke - Unearthed: British government officials warned a proposed EU ban on palm oil in biofuels could...

14th May 2018 / United Kingdom

D-Notices, State Censorship And The Cynical Collusion of Mainstream Media

By TruePublica: If you've been following the Skripal/Novichok/Chemical weapons/Syria drama unfold through TruePublica you'll be up to date on most,...

12th May 2018 / United Kingdom

Long Read: The anti-Semitism offensive orchestrated against Jeremy Corbyn

By Jonathan Cook: For months, a campaign has been aimed at destabilising British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, accusing him...

12th May 2018 / United Kingdom

The Israeli government role in promoting Islamophobia internationally

By Paul Larudee: Much of the study of Islamophobia is directed at the social and political causes and manifestations, including...

12th May 2018 / Global

REVIEW: Iranian Movie about ISIS in Syria

By Rick Sterling: The “West” is competing against the “East” on the Syrian battle-field, in conflicting news and analysis, and now...

12th May 2018 / Global

Half a Million Pounds of Taxpayers’ Money Bails Out Criminals Jack Straw and Sir Mark Allen

By Craig Murray: So the Belhaj family have accepted an apology and half a million pounds of our tax money...

11th May 2018 / United Kingdom

Rail Privatisation: 8p per mile taxpayer subsidy for every single journey for every single passenger

By Craig Murray: For every one mile one passenger travels, the British taxpayer pays an average 8 pence subsidy to...

11th May 2018 / United Kingdom