John Pilger : The new propaganda is liberal – The new slavery is digital

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

2nd April 2016 / Global

Proposed Israeli Law to Imprison 12-Year-Olds for Terrorism

  By Stephen Lendman - Introduced by Arab-hating justice minister Ayelet (“little snakes”) Shaked, it’s intended solely for Palestinian children....

1st April 2016 / Global

Why and how hundreds of £billions of money laundering happens in the UK every year

Mid way through last year David Cameron, the British prime minister, vowed to crack down on the huge scale of dirty...

1st April 2016 / United Kingdom

Months overdue, where's the Home Office strategy for biometrics?

A year ago, Parliament’s Science and Technology Committee published their report into the current and future uses of biometric technologies....

31st March 2016 / United Kingdom

Months overdue, where’s the Home Office strategy for biometrics?

A year ago, Parliament’s Science and Technology Committee published their report into the current and future uses of biometric technologies....

31st March 2016 / United Kingdom

Large military drones continue to crash as they spread

By Chris Cole - In the latest of our six-monthly updates, Drone Wars has added another 35 crashes of large...

31st March 2016 / Global

France’s tax subsidy on ‘gifts’ to Israeli army

By Jonathan Cook - This is astounding. A senior French politician has revealed that the tax laws of France entitle a...

31st March 2016 / Global

Events in Brussels Observed from a Spaceship

By Andre Vitchek - If some intelligent extraterrestrial beings were circling over our planet in their spaceship, monitoring for decades and...

30th March 2016 / Global

Deregulation – Putting the fox in charge of the henhouse

The whole point of government regulation is to intervene in the conflict of interest that companies and individuals have between...

30th March 2016 / United Kingdom

Spain – police issue 40,000 fines in just seven months with new gag laws

In 2012, there were nearly 15,000 demonstrations throughout Spain, amounting to around 40 per day. In 2013, there were 4,500...

30th March 2016 / EU