By Sam Leith One of the more dismaying discoveries around the US Presidential election, for most of us at least, was the reports that 56 per cent of Republican voters, according to one poll, either partly or entirely believe the claims of the QAnon theory. This theory holds, for those who haven’t been burrowing through […]
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If you ever wondered why certain parliamentarians are so in love with coal: Source: Dirty Power: Big Coal’s network of influence over the coalition government
Were the Leave campaign’s proven lies told not purely to win the referendum but – arguably – for 300 hedge funds to make significant financial gains from the result?
Brexit Day: Eimear McBride, David Park, Sinéad Morrissey, Nick Laird and a host of Irish writers share their views Source: ‘Brexit is aggressive and dangerously nostalgic. The UK is in for a brutal chastening’
The current government has recognised that there is great public concern about corruption in politics, and sincerely want to do something about it. About the concern, that is, not the corruption. Hence the proposed legislation that would deal with accusations in secret. That way they can say they have a watchdog, but ensure it barks […]