Labour’s century old problem – Leadership performance

Via Democratic Audit - There is turmoil in the Labour Party: once again related to the question of leadership. From...

14th July 2016 / United Kingdom

After the referendum: deregulation on steroids

By New Economics Foundation - Regulations place limits on what businesses are allowed to do – the level of noxious...

14th July 2016 / United Kingdom

Pro-Western Tribunal Rules Against China

By Stephen Lendman - The Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) resolves disputes among and between states, international organizations and other...

13th July 2016 / Global

Brexit armageddon – what’s really happening right now

By Graham Vanbergen - George Soros is a Hungarian-American business magnate, investor and political activist as he likes to be...

13th July 2016 / United Kingdom

Tony Blair can be tried for war crimes

By Craig Murray - There is no requirement in international law for the appropriate jurisdiction of a tribunal – or...

13th July 2016 / United Kingdom

Theresa May, your new Islamophobic Prime Minister

By Craig Murray - A quick Google news search for “Theresa May and “Abu Qatada” reveals over 2,000 mainstream media...

12th July 2016 / United Kingdom

Venezuela and When People Are “Forced to Eat Shit”

In a powerful short novel by the Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez, “No One Writes to the Colonel” (El coronel no...

12th July 2016 / Global

What is NATO – Really?

By Eric Zuesse - When NATO was founded, that was done in the broader context of the U.S. Marshall Plan, and the...

12th July 2016 / Global

The one graph that could explain Brexit

By New Economics Foundation - The causes of the referendum result are deep-rooted and complex.Economic inequality has been touted by...

11th July 2016 / United Kingdom

NATO Summit Closes By Condemning Russia

The issues that were discussed at this year’s NATO Summit were mainly preparations for a possible war against Russia. The...

11th July 2016 / Global