Democratic decay: the threat with a thousand names

By Dr Tom Gerald Daly -Democratic Audit: In the 2012 children’s book, The Dog with a Thousand Names, the unfortunate dog...

12th March 2019 / Global

The Week: Britain’s Inevitable Nosedive Into The Abyss

TruePublica Editor: I wish this was an opinion piece. Sadly, it is not. Utterly dreadful news about the governments handling...

11th March 2019 / United Kingdom

Once again, the UN has failed to name firms that profit from Israel’s illegal settlements

By Jonathan Cook, Nazareth, Israel: The United Nations postponed last week for the third time the publication of a blacklist...

11th March 2019 / Global

How racist myths built the population growth bogey-man

By Hiba Ahmad - Global Justice Now: The environmental movement in the Global North needs to address the elephant in its...

11th March 2019 / Global

UK Hypocrisy Over Whistleblowers, Publishers and Non-Spies

By Craig Murray - A Tale of Two Incarcerated Women: On International Women’s Day yesterday Chelsea Manning was imprisoned yet...

10th March 2019 / United Kingdom

Craig Murray – The Skripal Case Explained in 10 Interesting Points

I still do not know what happened in the Skripal saga, which perhaps might more respectfully be termed the Sturgess...

9th March 2019 / United Kingdom

Long Read: How Secretive Tax Havens are Used to Steal Your Money

Robert J. Burrowes - 29 minute read: Tax havens are locations around the world where wealthy individuals, criminals and terrorists, as...

9th March 2019 / Global

Brexit: Latest defeat is ‘a very heavy blow for Liam Fox’

Trade justice campaigners have welcomed the government's defeat over Amendment 12 to the Trade Bill in the House of Lords....

8th March 2019 / United Kingdom

Leaving the EU’s chemicals regulations will lead to chaos and increased animal testing, warns industry

By Brendan Montague - openDemocracy: The politicians and think tank wonks espousing ‘regulatory divergence’ from Europe to facilitate trade deals...

8th March 2019 / United Kingdom

Fuel poverty: Winter of 2018 claims nearly 10,000 lives

By TruePublica: Between 1951 and 2006 a total of 309,144 people were killed and 17.6 million were injured in accidents...

8th March 2019 / United Kingdom