Following Israel’s recent savage attack on Gaza, the last two Tory candidates for PM are outcompeting each other to offer Israel support Jonathan Cook is an award-winning British journalist based in Nazareth, Israel, since 2001 […]
If you think your political class is desolate, it’s no better in Britain Patrick Cockburn is the author of War in the Age of Trump (Verso) Cross-posted from Counterpunch Photo by Hello I’m Nik At the height of […]
In the past, organized activism — engagement on the ground — can offer a way out even from the most exceedingly onerous conditions Noam Chomsky is a linguist, philosopher, and political activist. He is the […]
The Forde report highlights the “factionalism” which undermined Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the Labour Party – but now that faction is in charge, and behaves more factionally than ever Cross-posted from Jonathan Cook’s newsletter A […]
The Uber Files have once again shown that mainstream media is not there to protect democracy, but to participate in its sell out. Mathew D. Rose is an Investigative Journalist specialised in Organised Political Crime […]
Written shortly before Boris Johnson’s resignation, but a good examination of what’s really at stake in the crisis of the Conservative party Cross-posted from Conter “We need the return of a Conservative Government” – the […]
We are beginning our take on the Boris Johnson “resignation”. You can start with Jonathan Pie Here then read this good analysis. Craig Murray is a British former diplomat, political activist, human rights campaigner, blogger, […]
So we might as well get started on the topic of Boris Johnson’s resignation. Where better than with Jonathan Pie.
A look at the crisis in the Tory party over Boris Johnson’s disastrous leadership. Read here.
A week late, but still an excellent analysis. Is valid for many other European nations Peter Oborne won best commentary/blogging in both 2022 and 2017, and was also named freelancer of the year in 2016 […]