Whilst we have a global outbreak od Coronavirus, spoilt school kids led by the 'pigtailed puppet' Greta Thunberg are demonstrating and striking in Bristol today.
The persecution of Julian Assange is one of those breakthrough moments when suddenly people realise that almost everything they have been told to believe is not true.
The death of the former Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak serves as a reminder that the US will ruthlessly discard old allies if they no longer serve the Empire’s geopolitical interests.
The shambolic state of Britain's National Health Service puts the country at severe risk to a Coronavirus pandemic. With record numbers of patients being treated on trolleys in hospital corridors due to shortage of beds in wards, the inability to contain the deadly virus has a grim outlook.
Matt Hancock says that he is worried about Coronavirus and he bloody well should be. His sticking plaster reaction on Tuesday to advise Brits returning from Italy to self-isolate is too little and way too blooming late.
Exactly 12 months ago Glasgow Celtic’s manager Brendan Rodgers informed a packed news conference in Glasgow that he was “fully concentrated” on Celtic amid speculation linking him with the then managerial vacancy at Leicester City Football Club.
It’s bad enough that US intel and the Democrat establishment are playing the hoax “Russia meddling” card. But then Bernie Sanders reinforced the canard by uncritically accepting it as fact instead of dismissing it for the nonsense it is.
Man City have received a two-year ban from European competition for breaching Financial Fair Play rules, but there’s far bigger issues which need to be addressed over wealth disparities which are making the game too predictable.
Can we all please stop panicking and wake up, smell the coffee, and realise we are NOT living in a climate change emergency.
It now seems that Donald Trump’s surprise appointment of Richard Grenell as the new acting Director of Intelligence is motivated by a purge against Russophobes in the Deep State.
Julian Assange is our collective conscience, our cause of speaking truth to power. Since the establishment of WikiLeaks in 2006 Julian Assange has performed an essential role in exposing the lies and dark crimes of the rich and powerful that normally operate above the law and beyond reproach.
Sweden is in many ways one of the most advanced countries in the world, but is its drive to become a cashless society a model others should be following?
The Queen has spoken. The BBC licence fee has had its day.
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is like the proverbial thief who has been caught with his hand in the cookie jar. Instead of slinking off in shame, he goes into a fit of rage as if he’s the one who is the injured party.
If you are not appalled by the news that an unelected, unaccountable and unproductive lackey in the House of Lords is now entitled to a DAILY Allowance greater than the MONTHLY pay to a Universal Credit claimant then you are not listening, brain dead, heartless or a combination of all three afflictions.
Of course, the sacking of Sajid Javid is a power grab by Boris and Number 10 BUT what is wrong with that?
To understand the crux of Thursday’s much vaunted Cabinet re-shuffle by Boris the Dictator it is necessary to recall one of the finest satirical sketches in political caricature history.
Scores of Twitter Followers and Facebook Friends have messaged me over the last twelve days seeking my response to the much trailed keynote speech delivered by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Friday 31st January in Edinburgh concerning the next step in the Scottish independence campaign.
What planet is David Lammy living on? Why is he comparing the deportation of CONVICTED drug dealers, rapists, violent criminals and armed robbers to the disgusting way that Theresa May’s government treated the wholly innocent victims of the Windrush scandal?
The double-debacle of President Trump’s impeachment and the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate race shows the limit of an American article of faith: that its democracy is founded on the principle of “we the people”.