A Return To Two-Party Politics, Don’t Believe It

By Democratic Audit: The snap election may have seen the biggest combined vote between the two main parties since 1970,...

21st June 2017 / United Kingdom

European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) And Its Conflict Of Interest Recruitment Policy

Excerpts from an article by Corporate Europe Observatory: Its motto is “trusted science for safe food” - But year after year the...

21st June 2017 / EU

UK and France Propose Automated Censorship Of Online Content

By OpenRightsGroup: Theresa May and Emmanuel Macron's plans to make Internet companies liable for 'extremist' content on their platforms are...

20th June 2017 / United Kingdom

Lynching Free Speech: The Intolerant State of America

My hometown of Charlottesville, Va., has become the latest poster child in a heated war of words—and actions—over racism, “sanitizing...

20th June 2017 / United States

Marriage From Hell: What Can Australia’s Coalition Tell Us About The Tory-DUP Government?

By Democratic Audit: Although unprecedented in the UK, we can look to other Westminster-based systems for insights. In Australia, for...

19th June 2017 / United Kingdom

How Groupthink In Theresa May’s No10 Led To Another Round Of Political Chaos

By DemocraticAudit: All British Prime Ministers end their careers in failure. Either they are rejected by the electorate at the...

19th June 2017 / United Kingdom

Brexit Negotiations Start Amid Tory Overthrow of Prime Minster

By Graham Vanbergen: Negotiations to agree Britain's withdrawal from the European Union are to officially begin tomorrow. In a joint EU...

18th June 2017 / United Kingdom

The Long Read: The Creeping Privatisation Of Healthcare

Privatisation in its various guises is “spreading across Europe’s health services like a rash”, writes John Lister of Keep Our...

18th June 2017 / United Kingdom

A Salutary Lesson From US Healthcare – Largest Increase In Drug Overdose In US History

By Genevieve Leigh: Deaths from drug overdoses jumped by the largest margin ever recorded in US history in 2016, according...

17th June 2017 / United States

Five Things We Have Learnt From Britain’s Election

By Nick Dearden GlobalJusticeNow: Last week Britain voted in the most significant and surprising general election in modern history. What...

17th June 2017 / United Kingdom