Published in: openDemocracyUK: OpinionHow a Tory MP might reveal British spies’ failure to raise the alarm over COVID
Julian Lewis gave Boris Johnson a headache this week – he could do the same to intelligence chiefs with an early...
If Trump needs a war to win in November, which enemy will he choose?
He’s failed on COVID-19 and the economy is tanking. Could a military adventure in Afghanistan, Iran or North Korea...
Published in: openDemocracyUK: OpinionTo dodge the worst of COVID, we must oppose the British government
We can assume that incompetence will continue and that the economy will trump health – unless we all keep the pressure up.
Hong Kong was warding off coronavirus before the UK knew it existed
British incompetence is in stark contrast to a coordinated high-tech response on the other side of the world.
Published in: Home: OpinionUK spy agencies and arms manufacturers are teaching children, but not telling us what
There is a worrying lack of transparency over the involvement of the military-industrial complex in schools.
Boris Johnson may learn that wars don’t always make leaders popular
The British prime minister wants to be a Churchill but is looking more like George W. Bush.