About TruePublica

The aims of TruePublica, as one of the UK’s top sources of independent news, is to publish news, analysis, commentary and research on events of public interest (hence the Latin – ‘Publica’) and to raise awareness of misinformation, disinformation, fake news and propaganda.

TruePublica is an independent media source that is quoted, cited, republished, referenced and translated all over the world.

We are particularly focused on challenging current neoliberal ideology and a toxic political environment that is causing a wave of disruption as western countries move from one social and economic crisis to another.

We support the principles of real democracy (the will of the people), capitalism (price discovery, not rigged markets) and civil liberty (freedom from state interference).

TruePublica also acts as a hub, liaising with partner organisations and individuals with similar aims. We are privately managed and made up of contributing journalists, writers, authors, researchers and both industry and academic professionals.

The purpose of TruePublica is to enable more informed decisions and opinions on matters such as civil liberty, human rights, privacy, social, economic and environmental issues as well as pivotal events such as Brexit.



TruePublica evolved from a project started in 2012 through a website that offered an alternative view on current affairs, particularly in Britain. At its peak, the website reached over 1 million users a week, was as a top 1 per cent social media performer and rated “politically influential.” It was featured on well-known and highly influential outlets around the world – and attracted writers from national newspapers and political policy writers, amongst others.

By 2015, it was obvious that fake news, misinformation and propaganda was a driving force behind much of the political outcomes being experienced today, which inspired us to help the wider public understand the importance of questioning and researching these important public interest topics.

At this point, ViewPublica was formed as a political campaigning and public affairs organisation.

TruePublica will shine a light on political parties, the corporations that fund them and their lobbyists along with providing informed commentary from some of the most well-known journalists from around the world whose truth-telling is second to none – often award-winning.


In September 2019, TruePublica became a media partner of the United Nations (UN News)


We are also a proud member of The Independent Media Association (IMA), a cooperative of independent media outlets free of corporate or government control.


TruePublica is a member of the Independent Media Association

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Our Founder and contributing editor Graham Vanbergen is a member of the British Association of Journalists, author and columnist for The Political Anthropologist, the European Financial Review and World Financial Review. TruePublica and ViewPublica are funded by donations from the public and book sales.


There are many posts published on this website from various journalists. They represent the views and opinions of the authors as they see the world from their perspective. These are not necessarily the views of TruePublica, NewsPublica, its editors or supporters.


Complaints or errors

If you have a complaint about any of our articles or content please email us at – truepublica(at)gmail.com

We will need information on:

  • The article you’re complaining about.
  • The date on which it appeared.
  • Where the article appeared – at TruePublica or published elsewhere.
  • The nature of your complaint. Once we’ve received your complaint, we aim to contact you within 48 hours. We also aim to give a substantive response to your complaint within a week to a maximum of 14 days of receiving all the necessary information to allow us to investigate. However, this may take longer in more complex cases where more information is required, or where journalists are away or unreachable. If the editor deems that the complaint is founded he will suggest an appropriate remedy. Corrections and clarifications will appear on the relevant article and reposted

TruePublica will not respond at all to issues raised that are deemed to be trivial, hypothetical or otherwise vexatious or insignificant, without justification.

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