Britain — Britannia


Omia artikkeleitani — My articles

 

Britain's dangerous double games, 5 January 2011

Kansituoleja siirtelemässä, 12.5.2009


Todellinen maailma ja Blairin "visiot"

22.5.2007

The sorry state of Britain

10 March 2006

Lontoon moninaisuutta

23.1.2006

Finnish reactions to London attacks

19 July 2005

Historical roots of Blair's lies

24 September 2003

Labourin kriisi menee syvälle brittiläisen vallankäytön luonteeseen

Suomen Kuvalehti, 2000

Syvänmeren seikkailijanainen

Wave! 2000

Vakoilukuumetta Britanniassa

Suomen Kuvalehti, 24.9.1999

Englantilaisen identiteetin arvoitus

Suomen Kuvalehti, 1999

Tony Blair julistaa näyttävänsä tietä muulle Euroopalle

Ydin, 1998

Tony Blair etsii mallia ihmisarvoiselle yhteiskunnalle

Askel, 1998

Miten uusi on Britannian "Uusi Labour"?

Etelä-Saimaa, 1997

Vallankäytön moniselitteisyys

BBC Finnish Section, 4.1.1996

"Rahanahneus on nyt paljastunut epäjumalanpalvonnaksi"

Kotimaa, 4.2.1994

Britannian Vihreiden ahdinko

BBC Finnish Section, 2.9.1992

Britit etsivät eurooppalaisuuttaan

Kotimaa, elokuu 1992

Mellakat täyttävät poliittista tyhjiötä

Ydin, 1992

Thatcherin eron taustaa

BBC Finnish Section, 23.11.1990

Britit etsivät identiteettiään Persianlahden sodassa

Suomen Kuvalehti, 1991

Pysähtyneisyyden politiikkaa

BBC Finnish Section, 25.10.1991

Eric Heffer — vanhan ajan sosialisti

BBC Finnish Section, 31.5.1991

Voiko viha lauhtua Pohjois-Irlannissa?

Kotimaa, heinäkuu 1990

Kuninkaallista humpuukia

BBC Finnish Section, 21.2.1990

Lontoon East Endin historiaa

BBC Finnish Section, 22.1.1990

Rautarouvan aatemaailma

Suomen Kuvalehti, 1989

Britannian monarkian taikavoima

BBC Finnish Section, 29.8.1989

Lontoon värikkäin kaupunginosa

BBC Finnish Section, 15.8.1989

Thatcheriläinen hegemonia

BBC Finnish Section, 20.1.1989

Two generations

New Society, 3 April 1987

Englantilainen politiikka on yhtä farssia

Suomen Kuvalehti, 4.12.1986

Lakkoja ja IRAn väkivaltaa Toivo Ryhänen, Tapani Lausti, Eva Polttila

YLEn Elävä arkisto, 1984, 1985

 

 

Muiden kirjoittajien artikkeleita — Articles by other writers

 

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Metropolitan Police on “Chepiga” and “Mishkin” by Craig Murray, 12 October 2018

Biggest Criminal Investigation in UK History Is Outsourced to Atlantic Council/Soros-Funded Blog by Rob Slane, Russia Insider, 11 October 2018

Squalid London by Craig Murray, 11 October 2018

We should be asking for answers about the Skripals and Bellingcat – and not just from Russia by Mary Dejevsky, Independent, 10 October 2018

The Skripal Case: Fifteen Facts and Some Logical Conclusions by Neil Clark, Sputnik, 9 October 2018

Direct Action and the British State by Craig Murray, 3 October 2018

Bellingcat's Very Obviously Fake Chepiga Photo by Craig Murray, 3 October 2018

Spy Games by Craig Murray, 30 September 2018

“Boshirov” is probably not “Chepiga”. But he is also not “Boshirov” by Craig Murray, 27 September 2018

Theresa May’s Bad Faith by Craig Murray, 26 September 2018

Pro-Israeli Terror Threat at Labour Conference Covered Up By MSM by Craig Murray, 26 September 2018

Yes, there is an alternative. These people have shown how to ‘take back control’ by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 26 September 2018

The Incredible Case of Boshirov and Petrov’s Visas by Craig Murray, 24 September 2018

Johnny Russkii Strikes Again by Paul Robinson, irrussianality, 23 September 2018

The Skripal Affair – Another False Flag in NATO Litany to Criminalize Russia by Finian Cunningham, Information Clearing House, 20 September 2018

Rightwing thinktanks unveil radical plan for US-UK Brexit trade deal by Felicity Lawrence, David Pegg and Rob Evans, The Guardian, 18 September 2018

Historical nonsense underpins UK's Brexit floundering by Christopher Kissane, The Irish Times, 17 September 2018

Corbyn Might Long Regret Capitulation on Anti-Semitism by Daniel Lazare, Consortium News, 15 September 2018

Lynch Mob Mentality by Craig Murray, 14 September 2018

The Strange Russian Alibi by Craig Murray, 13 September 2018

Tony Blair confirms receiving millions in donation from Saudi, Middle East Monitor, 6 September 2018

The Israel lobby’s non-stop attacks on Corbyn will backfire by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 6 September 2018

Skripals – The Mystery Deepens by Craig Murray, 6 September 2018

Shredded: May’s claim that Russian secret agents committed Salisbury and Amesbury poisonings by Mike Sivier, Vox Political, 6 September 2018

Russia's Alleged Skripal Assassins' Caught Breaking The Laws Of Physics by Tyler Durden and Moon of Alabama, Information Clearing House, 5 September 2018

Four million UK children too poor to have a healthy diet, study finds by Patrick Butler, The Guardian, 5 September 2018

Britain’s shared spaces are vanishing, leaving us a nation of cliques by John Harris, The Guardian, 4 September 2018

New Labour’s Irrational Adoration of Thatcher by Craig Murray, 3 September 2018

by Kevin Ovenden, Counterfire, 31 August 2018

Why the Labour Party should not adopt the IHRA definition or any other definition of antisemitism by Norman G. Finkelstein, 28 August 2018

Skripals – When the BBC Hide the Truth by Craig Murray, 27 August 2018

The trust deficit tearing apart our societies, Jonathan Cook Blog, 26 August 2018

Is Israel's hidden hand behind the attacks on Jeremy Corbyn? by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 24 August 2018

When They Decide to Get You by Craig Murray, 24 August 2018

Corbyn's Labour is Being Made to Fail – by Design by Jonathan Cook, Consortiumnews.com, 22 August 2018

Being Pro-Palestinian Doesn't Make Jeremy Corbyn an Anti-Semite by As'ad AbuKhalil, Consortiumnews.com, 22 August 2018

Britain's Very Stupid Hunt by Finian Cunningham, Information Clearing House, 21 August 2018

The bad news is we're dying early in Britain – and it's all down to ‘shit-life syndrome' by Will Hutton, The Observer, 19 August 2018

Fascist tactics: How Jeremy Corbyn's detractors are plotting to remove him by David Hearst, Middle East Eye, 14 August 2018

The Crisis in Corbyn's Labour Party is Over Israel, Not Anti-Semitism by Jonathan Cook, CounterPunch, 9 August 2018

Far-right protesters 'ransack socialist bookshop in London' by Jamie Grierson, The Guardian, 5 August 2018

The Ubiquity of Evil by Craig Murray, 30 July 2018

Liberal Comfort Blankets by Craig Murray, 27 July 2018

Letter from Britain—Lost in a Brexit Maze: a Baffled Political Class Dreads the Prospect of Jeremy Corbyn by Alexander Mercouris, Consortiumnews.com, 26 July 2018

The Silence of the Whores by Craig Murray, 25 July 2018

Corbyn was brave enough to tackle the reasons why people voted for Brexit – and now he's being savaged for it by Nick Dearden, Independent, 25 July 2018

Conservatives? No – Brexit has shown us what they really are by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 25 July 2018

Dark money lurks at the heart of our political crisis by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 18 July 2018

It's The Wrong Park! How The Ducks Raise Some Serious Questions In The Salisbury Poisonings by Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge, 12 July 2018

The dishonourable Boris Johnson has brought us to the brink of catastrophe by William Keegan, The Observer, 15 July 2018

The Holes in the Official Skripal Story by Craig Murray, 12 July 2018

Britain has gone to huge trouble to humiliate itself by Fintan O'Toole, The Irish Times, 10 July 2018

Dawn Sturgess by Craig Murray, 9 July 2018

The Amesbury Mystery by Craig Murray, 5 July 2018

Wheel Out the Skripal Story Again by Craig Murray, 4 July 2018

'Curiouser and Curiouser': Salisbury, the Skripals & the epic failure of the British Fairy Tale by George Galloway, Information Clearing House, 3 July 2018

Corbyn has spent his life fighting for democracy and our fundamental rights – so why is he so quiet on Brexit? by Mary Kaldor, Independent, 30 June 2018

Blair and Brown Governments Gory with Torture by Craig Murray, 29 June 2018

Labour, ahoy! HMS UK needs you by Paul Rogers, openDemocracy, 28 June 2018

True scale of UK role in torture and rendition after 9/11 revealed by Ian Cobain and Ewen MacAskill, The Guardian, 28 June 2018

Brexit march: Tens of thousands take to London streets to demand new referendum on terms of EU departure by May Bulman, Independent, 23 Juzne 2018

Airbus has delivered a body blow to Brexit Britain. It won't be the last by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 22 June 2017

Britain's Brave New World Just Got Braver by Annie Machon, Consortiumnews.com, 11 June 2018

Enough of Carillion culture. Make bosses pay for the carnage they cause by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 24 May 2018

Yulia Skrip al and the Salisbury WUT by Craig Murray, 24 May 2018

The Belhaj case shows British intelligence agencies are out of control by Richard Norton-Taylor, openDemocracy, 22 May 2018

The Skripal Case Is Being Pushed Down The Memory Hole With Libya And Aleppo by Caitlin Johnstone, 21 May 2018

Immigration has been good for Britain. It's time to bust the myths by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 17 May 2018

The Skripals Will Most Likely Never be Allowed to Talk by The Saker, The Unz Review, 11 May 2018

Anti-Semitism. Orchestrated Offensive against Jeremy Corbyn in the UK by Jonathan Cook, OrientXXI, 8 May 2018

Letter from Britain: Increasingly Illiberal Establishment and the Challenge of Jeremy Corbyn by Alexander Mercouris, Consortiumnews.com, 6 May 2018

Freedom No More by Craig Murray, 4 May 2018

Skripal case: British confirm they have no suspect; Yulia Skripal vanishes, no word of Sergey Skripal by Alexander Mercouris, The Duran, 2 May 2018

The Skripal Case and Bombing Syria: Six Things We Learned About Modern Britain by Neil Clark, Sputnik, 2 May 2018

Where They Tell You Not to Look by Craig Murray, 30 April 2018

Probable Western Responsibility for Skripal Poisoning by Craig Murray, 28 April 2018

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How anti-semitism row MPs turned lynch mob, Jonathan Cook Blog, 26 April 2018

An inconvenient book? Read Miles Goslett on the death of David Kelly – not Aaronovitch's caricature by Peter Oborne, openDemocracy, 24 April 2018

A Hostile Environment for Yulia Skripal by Craig Murray, 23 April 2018

Another Dodgy British Dossier: the Skripal Case by Gareth Porter, Consortiumnews.com, 21 April 2018

Behind Theresa May's ‘Humanitarian Hysterics': The Ideology of Empire and Conquest by Colin Todhunter, CounterPunch, 19 April 2018

British Democracy is Dysfunctional by Craig Murray, 19 April 2018

Here's another job for migrants in Britain – taking on the City's greed by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 18 April 2018

Senior Civil Servants Still Deeply Sceptical of Russian Responsibility for Skripal Poisoning by Craig Murray, 18 April 2018

It's not just Windrush. Theresa May has created hostility to all immigrants by Nesrine Malik, The Guardian, 18 April 2018

An Alternative Explanation to the Skripal Mystery by Gareth Porter, Consortiumnews.com, 17 April 2018

The British Government's Legal Justification for Bombing is Entirely False and Without Merit by Craig Murray, 15 April 2018

Just Who's Pulling the Strings? by Craig Murray, 14 April 2018

Just Who's Pulling the Strings? by Craig Murray, 14 April 2018

War, lies and censorship by Andre Damon, World Socialist Web Site, 13 April 2018

Some Dead Children Count More Than Others by Craig Murray, 13 April 2018

OPCW Salisbury Report Confirms Nothing But the Identity of the Chemical by Craig Murray, 12 April 2018

Yulia Skripal Is Plainly Under Duress by Craig Murray, 11 April 2018

I'm a Russian expat living in Britain and I'm sick of being told I'm trashy, evil and corrupt by Valerie Stark, Independent, 10 April 2018

Our new European party can unite Britain's feuding remainers and leavers by Yanis Varoufakis and Benoît Hamon, The Guardian, 9 April 2018

Skripal case: Russia counter-attacks; Britain responds by tightening access to Yulia Skripal by Alexander Mercouris, The Duran, 7 April 2018

The Rapidly Evolving Skripal Story: Evidence of the Destruction of an Anglo-American Plan by James O'Neill, Off-Guardian, 7 April 2018

Myth busting: Why didn't the Skripals die on the spot? by Dan Kaszeta, politics.co.uk, 6 April 2018

Bolton and Johnson: the Malevolent Villain and the Vicious Buffoon on the Nuclear Stage by Brian Cloughley, CounterPunch, 6 April 2018

Knobs and Knockers by Craig Murray, 5 April 2018

More Evidence That The UK's Russia Narrative Is A Verdict In Search Of A Crime by Caitlin Johnstone, 4 April 2018

Salisbury poisoning: UK experts cannot prove novichok nerve agent used on Skripals came from Russia, MoD says by Kim Sengupta, Independent, 3 April 2018

Everything Keeps Changing About The Skripal Narrative Except “Russia Definitely Did It” by Caitlin Johnstone, Medium, 3 April 2018

License to Kill by Serge Halimi, CounterPunch, 3 April 2018

Craig Murray: Foreign Office sources told me 2 weeks ago that Porton Down couldn't say it was Russia, RT/YouTube, 3 April 2018 (video)

Questioning the Conventional Wisdom of Russian Spy's Poisoning by Craig Murray, Dennis J Bernstein and Randy Credico, Consortiumnews.com, 30 March 2018

When will Britain face up to its crimes against humanity? by Kris Manjapra, The Guardian, 29 March 2018

The Skripal Poisonings and the Ongoing Vilification of Putin by Gary Leupp, CounterPunch, 28 March 2018

The poisoning of Skripal and the campaign against Russia by Bill Van Auken, World Socialist Web Site, 28 March 2018

Britain's Last Hurrah to Vandalize EU-Russia Relations by Finian Cunningham, Information Clearing House, 27 March 2018

Salisbury Nerve Agent Attack Reveals $70 Million Pentagon Program At Porton Down by Dilyana Gaytandzhieva, South Front, 27 March 2018

Russian diplomats expelled over allegations of poisoning of ex-spy in UK by Bill Van Auken, World Socialist Web Site, 27 March 2018

Former OPCW official: no conclusive proof of Russian complicity in Salisbury attack by Nafeez Ahmed, Insurge Intelligence, 27 March 2018

The anti-semitism paradox damaging Labour, Jonathan Cook Blog, 27 March 2018

Russian diplomats expelled over allegations of poisoning of ex-spy in UK by Bill Van Auken, World Socialist Web Site, 27 March 2018

The sharks circling around Corbyn scent blood, Jonathan Cook Blog, 26 March 2018

The UK's National Security Capabilities Review – another missed opportunity? by Celia Mckeon, openDemocracy, 23 March 2018

Boris Johnson A Categorical Liar by Craig Murray, 22 March 2018

The Deep State Breaks Surface by Craig Murray, 22 March 2018

On Being a Dissenting Voice in 2018 by Craig Murray, 20 March 2018

D'un Type Développé par des Menteurs by Craig Murray, 20 March 2018

Boris Johnson Issues Completely New Story on “Russian Novichoks” by Craig Murray, 18 March 2018

Britain, Syria... Synchronizing Provocations to Beat Russia by Finian Cunningham, Information Clearing House, 18 March 2018

'Nonsense' to suggest Russia was involved in Salisbury spy poisoning, claims Vladimir Putin by Lucy Pasha-Robinson, Independent, 17 March 2018

First Recorded Successful Novichok Synthesis was in 2016 – By Iran, in Cooperation with the OPCW by Craig Murray, 17 March 2018

Boris Johnson Attempt to Refute My Sources on Porton Down the Most Hilarious Fail by Craig Murray, 17 March 2018

On Not Being Refuted by Craig Murray, 17 March 2018

Three doses of drivel by Paul Robinson, irrussianality, 17 March 2018

CIA Legend Ray McGovern On #Russiagate, Russian Spy Poisoning & Seth Rich Murder by Richie Allen, YouTube, 16 March 2018 (audio)

NATO Expansion: What Yeltsin Heard by Svetlana Savranskaya and Tom Blanton, National Security Archive, 16 March 2018

As the Skripal theories abound, I'm reminded of when I visited Iraq at the time of the dodgy dossier by Kim Sengupta, Independent, 16 March 2018

Of A Type Developed By Liars by Craig Murray, 16 March 2018

Bothered By Midgies by Craig Murray, 15 March 2018

Britain's security: time to rethink by Paul Rogeers, openDemocracy, 15 March 2018

The British Government's response to Sergei Skripal proves we've learnt nothing from the Iraq War by Mary Dejevsky, Independent, 15 March 2018

UK's claims questioned: doubts voiced about source of Salisbury novichok by Ewen MacAskill, The Guardian, 15 March 2018

As tensions escalate, UK expels 23 Russian diplomats by Chris Marsden, World Socialist Web Site, 15 March 2018

Unlikely that Vladimir Putin behind Skripal poisoning by Séamus Martin, The Irish Times, 14 March 2018

The Novichok Story Is Indeed Another Iraqi WMD Scam by Craig Murray, 14 March 2018

Britain's Presumption of Guilt Towards Russia Invites Conflict and Chaos by Finian Cunningham, Information Clearing House, 14 March 2018

Doubts about “Novichoks” by Paul McKeigue and Piers Robinson, Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media, 14 March 2018

The Skripal poisoning: What lies behind UK-US ultimatums against Russia? by Alex Lantier, World Socialist Web Site, 14 March 2018

The British government is manufacturing its case for ‘action' against Russia by Nafeez Ahmed, Insurge Intelligence, 14 March 2018

Novichok – toxic questions about chemical at center of Skripal saga, RT, 13 March 2018

The Strange Case of the Russian Spy Poisoning by James O'Neill, Consortiumnews.com, 13 March 2018

Russian to Judgement by Craig Murray, 13 March 2018

Nuclear weapons: playing with fire by Paul Rogers, openDemocracy, 9 March 2018

NATO's Scribes by Daniel Finn, Jacobin, 7 March 2018

Who do I blame? Eight reasons we ended up in this Brexit mess by Ian Jack, The Guardian, 3 March 2018

Soros & the £400k Question: What constitutes ‘foreign interference’ in democracy? by Neil Clark, RT, 9 February 2018

Between Madness and Ridicule, British Generals Follow Trump by Robert Stevens, Defend Democracy Press, 25 January 2018

Our circulation of the elite guard is no democracy by Callum Alexander Scott, openDemocracy, 23 January 2018

Carillion’s missing millions by Grace Blakeley, Red Pepper, 19 January 2018

The PFI bosses fleeced us all. Now watch them walk away by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 16 January 2018

Brexit is a collective English mental breakdown by Nicholas Boyle, The Irish Times, 16 January 2018

Corbyn Should Stop The UK’s Drift Out Of The EU by John Palmer, Social Europe, 10 January 2018

Britain's Dirty War in Ireland, Revisited by John Wight, CounterPunch, 3 January 2018

Brexit was only supposed to blow the bloody doors off by Fintan O'Toole, The Irish Times, 2 January 2018

Look at Tory Britain. No wonder people yearn for solidarity by Owen Jones, The Guardian, 21 December 2017

Jeremy Corbyn's Geneva Speech, Socialist Project/The Bullet, 20 December 2017

Britain’s problem is not with Europe, but with England by David Marquand, The Guardian, 19 December 2017

Think our governments can no longer control capitalism? You've been duped by Larry Elliott, The Guardian, 14 December 2017

Ireland has just saved the UK from the madness of a hard Brexit by Fintan O'Toole, The Irish Times, 7 December 2017

“Nationalist, Unionist or Other:” The Poverty of Consociational Politics in Northern Ireland by Justin O'Hagan, CounterPunch, 29 November 2017

UK health care cuts will lead to 100 additional deaths each day by Margot Miller, World Socialist Web Site, 28 November 2017

The hard-won kinship between Britain and Ireland is threatened by Brexit idiocy by Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian, 26 November 2017

Austerity, not Brexit, has doomed the Tory party by Aditya Ckakrabortty, The Guardian, 14 November 2017

Building Momentum: How Grassroots Organizers Redefined and Rebuilt UK's Labour Party With Jeremy Corbyn by Sarah Jaffe and Rachel Wood, Truthout, 31 October 2017

Spooks and a Corbyn government by Jack Conrad, Weekly Worker, 26 October 2017

Referendums get a bad press – but to fix Britain, we need more of them by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 18 October 2017

Who's to blame for Brexit's fantasy politics? The experts, of course by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 17 October 2017

How Labour could lead the global economy out of the 20th century by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 11 October 2017

Are we all Catalans now? Why Scotland is very different by Gerry Hassan, openDemocracy, 5 October 2017

New group challenges role of Israel lobby inside Labour Party as effort to undermine Corbyn continues by Jonathan Cook, Mondoweiss, 4 October 2017

There is no ‘cult of Corbyn’ – this is a movement preparing for power by Hilary Wainwright, Red Pepper, 2 October 2017

Brussels investigates UK over deported EU citizens by Mark Townsend, The Observer, 30 September 2017

Brexit: Number of British people applying to live in other EU countries surges by Jeff Farrell, Independent, 29 September 2017

Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
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UK weapons companies have made £6bn from Saudi Arabia since it started bombing Yemen by Lizzie Dearden, Independent, 19 September 2017

A Sense of Proportion by Craig Murray, 18 September 2017

Britain’s distant war Paul Rogers, openDemocracy, 18 September 2017

Boris Johnson and the Relics of Empire by Craig Murray, 13 September 2017

EU citizens in disbelief over UK's leaked Brexit proposals by Lisa O'Carroll, The Guardian, 6 September 2017

Parishes of Fermanagh and Tyrone are unravelling Brexit by Fintan O'Toole, The Irish Times, 29 August 2017

The EU is not the enemy of the state. Time to think again on Brexit by William Keegan, The Observer, 27 August 2017

A million skilled EU workers see their future outside Britain by Toby Helm, The Observer, 27 August 2017

Labour makes dramatic shift on Brexit and single market by Toby Helm, The Observer, 26 August 2017

Damning report accuses Government of stoking anti-immigrant sentiment as hate crime rises by Andrew Grice, Joe Watts, Lizzie Dearden, Independent, 24 August 2017

'I don't feel welcome anymore': EU citizens explain why they are leaving the UK in their thousands by Lizzie Dearden, Independent, 24 August 2017

Ten years after the crash, there's barely suppressed civil war in Britain by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 15 August 2017

Britain is still a world-beater at one thing: ripping off its own citizens by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 3 August 2017

High Court Judges Defy Reason to Protect Tony Blair by Craig Murray, 31 July 2017

'A bit of me is dying. But I can't stay': the EU nationals exiting Britain by Jon Henley, The Guardian, 28 July 2017

The great Brexit brain drain by Belén Domínguez Cebrián, El País in English, 24 July 2017

Dear Jeremy Corbyn. Your meeting in Brussels is a chance to recast Brexit by John Palmer, The Guardian, 13 July 2017

How social media saved socialism by Ben Tarnoff, The Guardian, 12 July 2017

Brexit vote sees highest spike in religious and racial hate crimes ever recorded by May Bulman, Independent, 7 July 2017

Tony Blair was not straight with the UK public over the Iraq War, says Sir John Chilcot by Ryan Wilkinson, Independent, 6 July 2017

Wonder Woman is a hero only the military-industrial complex could create
Wonder Woman is a hero only the military-industrial complex could create

Brexit negotiations: why are the liberal media accepting the first lie of nationalism? by Adam Ramsay, openDemocracy, 4 July 2017

How power operates in modern Britain: with absolute contempt by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 3 July 2017

Beware Bewildered Blairites by Craig Murray, 3 July 2017

Jeremy Corbyn on Brexit, Yemen and the Gulf crisis by Jeremy Corbyn, Al Jazeera, 2 July 2017

'Not One Day More': Massive London Rally Says No to Austerity, Privatization, Common Dreams, 1 July 2017

Scrapping human rights is as great a threat to democracy as terrorism by Julian Petley, openDemocracy, 29 June 2017

Corbyn Defied Media Rules by Linking UK Wars to Terrorism by Dave Lindorff, FAIR, 29 June 2017

Brexodus has begun. We EU nationals know staying on is too big a gamble by Joris Luyendijk, The Guardian, 29 June 2017

Who paid for the leave vote? Brexit should be halted until we know by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 28 June 2017

Is the UK or the US more of a disaster at the moment? It's a fair and serious question by Arwa Mahdawi, The Guardian, 27 June 2017

Theresa May just quietly made a sinister deal about EU citizens which puts us on the fast track to a bad Brexit by Thom Brooks, Independent, 27 June 2017

Grenfell tower: The beginning of the end for the Tory austerity regime by Youssef El-Gingihy, Independent, 26 June 2017

The religion of property is to blame for the deaths of those at Grenfell by Joshua Funnell, openDemocracy, 23 June 2017

I voted for Brexit. But a year on, it looks less and less appealing by Sean O'Grady, Independent, 23 June 2017

Theresa May’s Other Citizens of Nowhere by

Over 170 years after Engels, Britain is still a country that murders its poor by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 20 June 2017

To prevent fires in Britain, Neocons must stop lighting them overseas by Neil Clark, RT, 18 June 2017

George Orwell’s idea of a better England is stirring again today by Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian, 18 June 2017

Election backlash is about more than gloating, Jonathan Cook Blog, 17 June 2017

A Wave of Anger Crashes over Britain by Thomas Hüetlin, Spiegel Online, 15 June 2017

What happened at Grenfell tower is political—and the residents knew it by Maya Goodfellow, Prospect, 15 June 2017

Gerry Adams tells Theresa May DUP deal puts her in breach of Good Friday Agreement by Tom Peck, Independent, 15 June 2017

With Grenfell Tower, we've seen what ‘ripping up red tape' really looks like by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 15 June 2017

London's Grenfell Tower inferno: A crime against the working class by Laura Tiernan, World Socialist Web Site, 15 June 2017

Our leaders have lost touch with reality – just like the banks did by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 13 June 2017

The election's biggest losers? Not the Tories but the media, who missed the story by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 13 June 2017

The Age of Corbyn I: He is now the most powerful person in the land by Anthony Barnett, openDemocracy, 12 June 2017

The UK Brexit Campaign Is Starting To Fracture by John Palmer, Social Europe, 12 June 2017

The Rise of a Genuine Left in Britain, its implications for the Middle East (and Cyprus) and the need for a new Zimmerwald by Dimitris Konstantakopoulos, Defend Democracy Press, 11 June 2017

The strange tale of the DUP, Brexit, a mysterious £425,000 donation and a Saudi prince by Ian Johnston, Independent, 10 June 2017

The Resurrection of Jeremy Corbyn: Truth Can Be an Effective Political Weapon by Mark Weisbrot, Common Dreams, 10 June 2017

U.K.’s Corbyn Told Truth about Terrorism Lawrence Davidson, Consortiumnews.com, 10 June 2017

A Labour-led government may yet emerge. We progressives must work together by Caroline Lucas, The Guardian, 9 June 2017

The Guardian never gets a political result right. On Corbyn they got it really wrong by David Hearst, Middle East Eye, 9 June 2017

Corbyn stuck two fingers up at his critics and changed politics for good by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 9 June 2017

The facts proving Corbyn’s election triumph, Jonathan Cook Blog, 9 June 2017

Sanders: Corbyn Surge in UK Shows World Rising Up Against Austerity, Inequality by Jake Johnson, Common Dreams, 9 June 2017

Tories Leap Into the Unpopularity Abyss by Craig Murray, 9 June 2017

False Dawn or New Hope: Right-Wing Pact Imperils UK Paradigm Shift by Chris Floyd, CounterPunch, 9 June 1017

British voters wake up and ask: Who are the DUP? by Padraic Halpin and Conor Humphries, Reuters, 9 June 2017

Scottish secessionist dreams of swift independence vote dashed by Paul Sandle and Elisabeth O'Leary, Reuters, 9 June 2017

Hung parliament: Labour expects to oust Theresa May from Downing Street and form a minority government by Rob Merrick, Independent, 9 June 2017

Why Corbyn Won by Bhaskar Sunkara, Jacobin, 8 June 2017

This Is How to End Islamic State Terror - and Stop British Foreign Policy Blowback by Nafeez Ahmed, Common Dreams, 7 June 2017

ISIS recruiter who radicalised London Bridge attackers was protected by MI5 by Nafeez Ahmed, Insurge Intelligence, 7 June 2017

Majority of British voters agree with Corbyn's claim UK foreign policy increases risk of terrorism by Andrew Grice, Independent, 6 June 2017

Corbyn soars high above weathervane Guardian by John Hilley, Zenpolitics, 5 June 2017

How dark money is drowning British democracy by Adam Ramsay and Peter Geoghegan, openDemocracy, 5 June 2017

Corbyn catches the spirit of Brexit, then terror strikes by Anthony Barnett, openDemocracy, 5 June 2017

Official account of London terror attack unravels by Robert Stevens and Chris Marsden, World Socialist Web Site, 5 June 2017

Why the London terror attack occurred now, Jonathan Cook Blog, 4 June 2017

Britain is being led to an epic act of national self-harm over Brexit by Will Hutton, The Observer, 4 June 2017

Fear of Brexit brain drain as EU nationals leave British universities by Michael Savage, The Observer, 3 June 2017

Privatisation has so much to answer for, Letters, The Guardian, 2 June 2017

Guardian staff come out of closet for Corbyn, Jonathan Cook Blog, 2 June 2017

Brexit Britain, Alone and Ignored by Craig Murray, 2 June 2017

Brita n at economic and moral crisis point, Letters, The Guardian, 1 June 2017

If Michael Foot Had Facebook and Twitter by Craig Murray, 1 June 2017

The myths about money that British voters should reject by Ha-Joon Chang, The Guardian, 1 June 2017

Time to confront the media’s anti-Corbyn bias, Jonathan Cook Blog, 1 June 2017

MI6, Theresa May and the Manchester attack, Jonathan Cook Blog, 30 May 2017

What Corbyn’s debate victory tells us about bias in the British media by Des Freedman, openDemocracy, 30 May 2017

UK foreign policy and our colonial legacy by Robert Gildea, The Guardian, 28 May 2017

The tangled web of foreign wars and terrorism, Letters, The Guardian, 28 May 2017

Even Theresa May and Boris Johnson know that Corbyn is right about foreign policy, Letters, Independent, 28 May 2017

Guardian mourns Corbyn's polling surge, Jonathan Cook Blog, 27 May 2017

Jeremy Corbyn Praised for Denouncing Failed 'Global War on Terror' by Andrea Germanos, Common Dreams, 26 May 2017

We Must Be Brave Enough to Admit the War on Terror Simply Not Working by Jeremy Corbyn, Common Dreams, 26 May 2017

Manchester's dead: Victims of British regime-change operations in the Middle East by Robert Stevens, World Socialist Web Site, 26 May 2017

Jeremy Corbyn to blame terrorist attacks such as Manchester bombing on UK foreign policy by Rob Merrick, Independent, 26 May 2017

The Manchester Bombing is Blowback from the West's Disastrous Interventions and Covert Proxy Wars by Max Blumenthal, AlterNet, 25 May 2017

Fears for economy as number of EU migrants leaving Brexit Britain surges by Jon Stone, Independent, 25 May 2017

Brexit is entrenching some dangerous myths about ‘British' culture by Afua Hirsch, The Guardian, 25 May 2017

How the British deep state turned Manchester into al-Qaeda Town UK by Adam Garrie, The Duran, 25 May 2017

Mourning Manchester: Forging a New Politics of Grief by Nazia Kazi, Truthout, 24 May 2917

Of course we could do more to stop terrorism – if we're willing to live in a police state by Laurie Penny, New Statesman, 24 May 2017

Reactions to Manchester Bombing Show How Anti-Muslim Bigots Are “Useful Idiots” for ISIS by Mehdi Hasan, The Intercept, 24 May 2017

Our children in Manchester paid the price of business as usual by Nafeez Ahmed, Insurge Intelligence, 24 May 2017

Mourning Manchester: Forging a New Politics of Grief by Nazia Kazi, Truthout, 24 May 2017

Why Jeremy Corbyn has the best long-term plan for tackling terrorism on British soil by Kadira Pethiyagoda, Independent, 24 May 2017

The Tories promised to give expats the vote last year. It was a whopper by Giles Tremlett, The Guardian, 22 May 2017

The real reason Britons will vote for Scrooge, Jonathan Cook Blog, 20 May 2017

Britain would have been safer with Corbyn in charge by David Morrison, openDemocracy, 18 May 2017

The Corbyn crowd, and its message by Paul Rogers, openDemocracy, 18 May 2017

Dark money is pushing democracy in the UK over the edge by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 17 May 2017

British Nuclear Submarines, Microsoft and That Ransomware Attack by Graham Vanbergen, Global Research, 15 May 2017

Donald Trump and Theresa May – Partners in Planning Armageddon? by Felicity Arbuthnot, Global Research, 11 May 2017

Theresa May's dictatorship wouldn't be possible without the complicity of the corporate mass media by Daniel Margrain, Culture and Politics, 10 May 2017

Theresa May's dictatorship wouldn't be possible without the complicity of the corporate mass media by Daniel Margrain, Culture and Politics, 10 May 2017

A Victory for Theresa May Will See Britain Dragged Further Towards War with Russia by Colin Todhunter, CounterPunch, 8 May 2017

The great British Brexit robbery: how our democracy was hijacked by Carole Cadwalladr, The Observer, 7 May 2017

Theresa May's Brexit Britain can no longer be considered a serious country by Joris Luyendijk, The Guardian, 5 May 2017

A Labour tax bombshell is a very good idea: the rich should pay their share by Paul Mason, The Guardian, 5 May 2017

Do We Know What Kind Of Brexit Theresa May Really Wants? by John Palmer, Social Europe, 5 May 2017

Tories' enthusiasm with War and the obstacle named Corbyn by Colin Todhunter, Defend Democracy Press, 3 May 2017

The six Brexit traps that will defeat Theresa May by Yanis Varoufakis, The Guardian, 3 May 2017

The American Jewish scholar behind Labour's ‘antisemitism' scandal breaks his silence by Jamie Stern-Weiner and Norman Finkelstein, openDemocracy, 3 May 2017

Britain's complacency over Brexit will end in humiliation by Simon Tilford, The Guardian, 2 May 2017

Meet Britain's Nuclear Nutcase: Defense Secretary Micheal Fallon by John Wight, CounterPunch, 1 May 2017

Will Brexit reopen old wounds with a new hard border in Northern Ireland? by

In The First Week Of Election Campaigning, Corbyn Has Outperformed May Significantly by Kerry Lanigan-Coyle, The Huffington Post, 22 April 2017

General election 2017: Jeremy Corbyn vows to 'overturn the rigged system', BBC News, 20 April 2017

Our report found that 75% of press coverage misrepresents Jeremy Corbyn – we can't ignore media bias anymore by Bart Cammaerts, Independent, 19 April 2017

Coalition, collaboration and tactical voting: that's how to halt hard Brexit by Paul Mason, The Guardian, 19 April 2017

Freeing up the rich to exploit the poor – that's what Trump and Brexit are about by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 4 April 2017

After Brexit by Paul Mason, ZNet, 3 April 2017

Violence: Theirs and Ours by Vijay Prashad, CounterPunch, 31 March 2017

Labour's witch-hunt against Ken Livingstone, Jonathan Cook Blog, 31 March 2017

Northern Ireland has our only EU border. Theresa May ignores it at her peril by Siobhan Fenton, The Guardian, 29 March 2017

Blowback In London? by Paul Rogers, Information Clearing House, 24 March 2017

Tony Blair's decisions are what gave us Brexit and Isis – and paved the way for a united Ireland in the future by Mary Dejevsky, Independent, 23 March 2017

That Didn’t Go to Plan by John Harris, The Nation, 21 March 2017

What is the Labour Party for? by Robert Potts, The Times Literary Supplement, 15 March 2017

Scottish Independence, Round Two: Let It Come! by John Wight, CounterPunch, 15 March 2017

The North must become an independent EU state by Colm Tóibín, The Irish Times, 15 March 2017

Theresa May is dragging the UK under. This time Scotland must cut the rope by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 15 March 2017

Northern Ireland Elections: Warning Light For May’s Brexit Plans by John Palmer, Social Europe, 8 March 2017

Britons suffer 'historical amnesia' over atrocities of their former empire, says author by Matt Broomfield, Independent, 5 March 2017

Don’t blame Corbyn for the sins of Blair, Brown and New Labour by Ken Loach, The Guardian, 28 February 2017

Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’
Why the Assange ruling is not ‘ridiculous’

Most European doctors considering leaving UK due to Brexit, GMC reveals by Adam Lusher, Independent, 28 Februry 2017

Who is the biggest climate change villain?

Brexit: EU nationals express panic after Home Office changes residency rules by May Bulman, Independent, 28 February 2017

Revealed: how US billionaire helped to back Brexit by

Brexit is a Whitehall farce that threatens the heart of Europe by William Keegan,

Brexit: UK businesses are already facing recruitment crisis as Polish workers head home by Ben Chapman, Indepedent, 24 February 2017

Firestarter: the Unwelcome Return of Tony Blair by John Wight, CounterPunch, 21 February 2017

The numbers show EU workers are deserting us already – after Brexit, we'll be in deep trouble by Ben Chu, Independent, 17 February 2017

Why is Owen Jones helping to subvert Corbyn? Jonathan Cook Blog, 15 February 2017

I fought racism and misogyny to become an MP. The fight is getting harder by Diane Abbott, The Guardian, 14 February 2017

Neither Washington Nor Brussels by Daniel Finn, Jacobin, 14 February 2017

Britons living in the EU face Brexit backlash, leaked paper warns by Daniel Boffey, The Guardian, 13 February 2017

We need a Dump Trump foreign policy – otherwise the UK faces catastrophe by Paul Mason, The Guardian, 30 January 2017

Our democracy is broken, debased and distrusted – but there are ways to fix it by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 25 January 2017

The leave vote isn’t sacrosanct. Labour should say so by Jonathan Steele, The Guardian, 23 January 2017

Back to 1971: she may not frighten Europe but the prime minister frightens me by Anthony Barnett, openDemocracy, 18 January 2017

If Brexit is about British sovereignty, why didn't Theresa May make her speech in Parliament? by AC Grayling, Independent, 17 January 2017

Government quietly launched ‘assault on freedom’ while distracting people, say campaigners behind legal challenge by Andrew Griffin, Independent, 9 January 2017

 

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