Britain — Britannia


Omia artikkeleitani — My articles

 

 

Britannian muistoja II, TL:n muistoja, 22.1.2020

Britannian muistoja I, TL:n muistoja, 10.10.2019

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

 

Revealed: MI5 and MI6 are training senior spies from Saudi Arabia, UAE and Egypt by Phil Miller and Matt Kennard, Daily Maverick, 27 July 2020

UK Labour party teeters on brink of civil war over antisemitism by Jonathan Cook, Mondoweiss, 27 July 2020

“Credible Open Source Reporting”, the Intelligence Services and Scottish Independence by Craig Murray, 21 July 2020

BBC completely silent as Jeremy Corbyn is proved right after Tories vote against protecting NHS from Brexit trade deals by Tom D. Rogers, Evolve Politics, 21 July 2020

What Would the NHS Look Like if it Took Health Promotion Seriously? by Collective 20, ZNet, 22 July 2020

Calling all NUJ Members by Craig Murray, 16 July 2020

Revealed: Key Cummings and Gove ally given COVID-19 contract without open tender by Peter Geoghegan and David Cohn, openDemocracy, 10 July 2020

Something Wicked This Way Comes by George Monbiot, ZNet, 7 July 2020

I Need A Craig Murray by Craig Murray, 6 July 2020

Britain’s Disorder and Decline by Brian Cloughley, CounterPunch, 3 July 2020

Trump and Johnson aren't replaying the 1930s – but it's just as frightening by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 2 July 2020

The Tories once said only they could keep us safe. Now they're the party of risk by Andy Beckett, The Guardian, 29 June 2020

Keir Starmer's ‘antisemitism' sacking is a signal that Israel is safe in his hands by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 29 June 2020

Long-Bailey's Sacking Shows How Antisemitism Has Been Dangerously Redefined by Barnaby Raine, Novara Media, 26 June 2020

Were Labour's antisemitism failures really Corbyn's fault? by Peter Oborne, Justin Schlosberg and Richard Sanders, openDemocracy, 26 June 2020

Racism has been the grinding backdrop to my life. Is a different future now possible? by Hanif Kureishi, The Guardian, 26 June 2020

Jeremy Corbyn's Opponents Burned the House Down to Stop Him — Now Keir Starmer Is King of the Ashes by Daniel Finn, Jacobin, 25 June 2020

UPRISING: Symbols are Invested With Power; Don’t Dismiss the Importance of Toppling a Statue by Jonathan Cook, Consortium News, 21 June 2020

Lying about our history? Now that's something Britain excels at by Ian Cobain, The Guardian, 18 June 2020

The Miracle of Salisbury by Craig Murray, 16 June 2020

“Putin's Gonna Get Me” by Craig Murray, 15 June 2020

Black and white protesters have changed the political landscape by Let's Get Rooted, People and Nature, 12 June 2020

The police say they support Black Lives Matter. Tell that to people in Tottenham by Stafford Scott, The Guardian, 12 June 2020

UPRISING: When Tearing Down Statues Isn't Vandalism by Jonathan Cook, Consortium News, 11 June 2020

Ultimately, All Monuments are Ozymandias, by Craig Murray, 9 June 2020

Boris Johnson's US trade deal will make Britain a paradise for disaster capitalists by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 9 June 2020

Revealed: Nearly 400,000 British companies evade anti-money laundering checks by David Leask and Richard Smith, openDemocracy, 6 June 2020

An Apology, by Craig Murray, 5 June 2020

EXCLUSIVE: Jeremy Corbyn questions impartiality of EHRC antisemitism inquiry by David Hearst, Middle East Eye, 1 June 2020

Global figures including Pink Floyd star sign letter backing Craig Murray by Kathleen Nutt, The National, 31 May 2020

The Trumpification of the Conservative party by Callum Alexander Scott, openDemocracy, 30 May 2020

For years, the Tories have banked on impunity. Is their luck finally running out? by Andy Beckett, The Guardian, 29 May 2020

Let's Move On From Boris by Craig Murray, 28 May 2020

Boris Johnon has failed to protect the nation. Instead he's protecting one man by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 27 May 2020

Tory privatisation is at the heart of the UK's disastrous coronavirus response by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 27 May 2020

Cummings' contempt for lockdown rules makes the public feel like fools by Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian, 26 May 2020

Authoritarianism is Shoddy by Craig Murray, 21 May 2020

Test, trace, isolate, support. Don't trust the government to do any of it by Gabriel Levy, People and Nature, 18 May 2020

The Westminster model of democracy was already unwell – Coronavirus has further exposed its limits by Rebecca Fisher, Daily Maverick, 15 May 2020

Defend Mark Hirst by Craig Murray, 14 May 2020

To make public ownership truly democratic, we need to transform the state by Hilary Wainwright, openDemocracy, 13 May 2020

A Very Political Prosecution by Craig Murray, 8 May 2020

Conservative governments have undermined health and safety for decades by Andrew Moretta and David Whyte, openDemocracy, 7 May 2020

Pride: why the UK spent billions on nuclear bombs but ignored pandemic threat by Richard Norton-Taylor, openDemocracy, 30 April 2020

Dissident British ex-diplomat Craig Murray indicted for blog posts in Kafkaesque case by Ben Norton, The Grayzone, 27 April 2020

Former UK Ambassador Craig Murray Indicted by Ray McGovern, Popular Resistance, 26 April 2020

Craig Murray Defence Fund Launched by Craig Murray, 24 April 2020

Israel lobbyist funded Labour's new leader by Asa Winstanley, The Electronic Intifada, 22 April 2020

That Leaked Labour Party Report by Craig Murray, 20 April 2020

Where the Skripals Are Today by Eric Zuesse, The Duran, 18 April 2020

Disappearing Cities: Soho Gangsters, Artists, Brothels and Landlords by Chris Sullivan, Byline Times, 17 April 2020

England's left must rebuild... outside the Labour party by Jonathon Shafi, openDemocracy, 16 April 2020

How top Labour officials plotted to bring down Jeremy Corbyn by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 16 April 2020

‘The People Have Spoken. Bastards': Leaked Labour Report Shows Party's Own Senior Staff Acted To Keep Corbyn Out Of Power by David Cromwell and David Edwards, Media Lens, 16 April 2020

Information Wars Part 2 by Craig Murray, 14 April 2020

The Leaked Labour Party Report Is Shameful. It's Time for an Investigation by Jon Trickett and Ian Lavery, Jacobin, 13 April 2020

‘It's going to be a long night' – How Members of Labour's Senior Management Team Campaigned to Lose by Aaron Bastani, Novara Media, 12 April 2020

Keir Starmer tilts Labour sharply towards Israel by Asa Winstanley, The Electronic Intifada, 10 April 2020

The smearing of Ken Loach and Jeremy Corbyn is the face of our new toxic politics, Jonathan Cook Blog, 8 April 2020

Exit Jeremy Corbyn – just as Corbynism has never been more relevant by Andy Beckett, The Guardian, 3 April 2020

Stepping down as Labour leader, Corbyn can hold his head high by Peter Oborne, Middle East Eye, 3 April 2020

“I Have a Plan So That We Can Remain Anonymous But Have Maximum Effect” by Craig Murray, 3 April 2020

Despite lockdown, the UK military still flies, risking the spread of coronavirus by Matt Kennard, Daily Maverick, 2 April 2020

COVID-19: Contending with a Dual Pathology in Britain by Dr. Sarah Gangoli and Dr. Bob Gill, Consortium News, 30 March 2020

UK security services face some awkward questions when the pandemic is over by Paul Rogers, openDemocracy, 30 March 2020

Johnson says this is war. But his response to Covid-19 is laughably inadequate by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 18 March 2020

Yes, coronavirus poses a risk - but our response to it is not intelligent or useful. Britain is infected... by a bad case of madness by Peter Hitchens, Mail Online, 14 March 2020

Our social crisis is no longer just about inequality, it's about life and death by John Harris, The Guardian, 9 March 2020

Under the Tories, expertise has been replaced by a phoney test of patriotism by Nesrine Malik, The Guardian, 9 March 2020

Two Years Later: The Skripal Case Is Weirder Than Ever by Matthew Ehret, The Duran, 6 March 2020

Investigation: Finnish students shun university education in post-Brexit Britain by Elias Huuhtanen, News Now Finland, 2 March 2020

EU vows to help nationals 'outside the mainstream' stay in UK by Daniel Boffey, The Guardian, 1 March 2020

Immigrants built Britain. Now their Conservative children are disowning them by Nesrine Malik, The Guardian, 24 February 2020

We Need to Learn Lessons From Labour's “Antisemitism Crisis” by Jamie Stern-Weiner, Jacobin, 21 February 2020

Labour’s next leader has already betrayed the left by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 21 February 2020

Trump Goes after the Brits… by Philip Giraldi, Global Research, 20 February 2020

Immigration, and How People Are Valued by Craig Murray, 20 February 2020

Anti-Immigrant Nationalism Is Poisoning the Streets of London by Sasha Abramsky, Truthout, 21 February 2020

The new Tory immigration system won’t work – except at the ballot box by Martin Kettle, The Guardian, 19 February 2020

UK to close door to non-English speakers and unskilled workers by , and

Time Warp UK by Craig Murray, 14 February 2020

These three post-Brexit bills bulldoze a hole through environmental protections by Fiona Harvey: The Guardian, 12 February 2020

Antisemitism threats will keep destroying Labour, Jonathan Cook Blog, 12 February 2020

British man sleeping on streets in Europe after being blocked from entering UK by May Bulman and Jon Stone, Independent, 12 February 2020

Labour attempts to rig internal election by Asa Winstanley, The Electronic Intifada, 11 February 2020

Why I just quit the Labour Party by Asa Winstanley, The Electronic Intifada, 7 February 2020

Boris Johnson is about to find out just how weak the UK is after Brexit by Simon Jenkins, The Guardian, 3 February 2020

Why is Boris Johnson waging war on the EU? To distract from his cuts by Polly Toynbee, The Guardian, 3 February 2020

Scottish Independence is Within our Grasp if We Heed the Lesson of Toom Tabard by Craig Murray, 2 February 2020

Boris Johnson Trade Talks With US Raising Fears in UK of 'Shock Doctrine Brexit' by Eoin Higgins, Common Dreams, 2 February 2020

'Britain is retrenched on its island': Europe's papers react to Brexit day by Jon Henley, The Guardian, 1 February 2020

Independence Day will expose Brexit as a ruse to free an imaginary nation by Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian, 26 January 2020

Scotland Must Not Become Another Catalonia by Ben Wray, Jacobin, 19 January 2020

Revealed: clandestine actions of mercenaries during Thatcher years by Jamie Doward, The Observer, 18 January 2020

How mercenaries and advisers fight the wars the UK won’t own by Paul Rogers, openDemocracy, 17 January 2020

EU nationals are fearful. And after Windrush, they should be by Gaby Hinsliff, The Guardian, 17 January 2020

Brexit is a collective English mental breakdown by Nicholas Boyle, The Irish Times, 16 January 2020

Study Shows Being Rich Buys 9 Extra Years of 'Healthy' Living in US and UK by Jessica Corbett, Common Dreams, 15 January 2020

Westminster Cannot Block Scottish Independence by Craig Murray, 14 January 2020

Paradise Islands and Boris Johnson's Hypocrisy by Brian Cloughley, CounterPunch, 10 January 2020

MEPs to express 'grave concern' about UK stance on EU citizens in Britain by Daniel Boffey, The Guardian, 7 January 2020

Democracy in Focus: A post-austerity state by Hilary Wainwright, Red Pepper, 8 January 2020

The Tories plan an assault on progressive Britain. The left must be prepared by Owen Jones, The Guardian, 30 December 2019

Brexit: Scotland hit by brain drain as 2500 EU academics quit by Kathleen Nutt, The National, 28 December 2019

45 Years of Rebellion by Craig Murray, 27 December 2019

Boris Johnson, the Moral Runaway by Brian Cloughley, CounterPunch, 27 December 2019

The UK's Electoral System Failed by Jeffrey D. Sachs, Common Dreams, 25 December 2019

Our response to Tory promises? Credulity, deference and short memories by Andy Beckett, The Guardian, 24 December 2019

London Will Never Give Independence – We Must Take It by Craig Murray, 20 December 2019

Boris Johnson: a triumphant victory or a distorted electoral system? by Olga Korelkina, Rida Ladaki, openDemocracy, 19 December 2019

A Labour defeat, yes, but this was not nearly as bad as 1983 by Andy Beckett, The Guardian, 19 December 2019

First things first. Johnson wants to ban anti-Israeli protests and strikes and privatize NHS! Defend Democracy Press, 19 December 2019

There is an antidote to demagoguery – it’s called political rewilding by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 18 December 2019

Hot Mic Moment Exposes British Media Orchestration by Caitlin Johnstone, Consortium News, 17 December 2019 (text and video)

Election campaign reveals a media system that’s not fit for purpose by Angela Phillips, John Pilger and others, Media Reform Coalition, 16 December 2019

Labour and the 2019 Brexit Election by Mary Kaldor, openDemocracy, 16 December 2019

The DUP has overtaken the Titanic as the standout lesson in Northern Irish hubris by

The Story of the UK General Election is not Brexit, it’s the Coming Breakup of Britain by John Wight, Consortium News, 15 December 2019

One thing Johnson’s victory doesn’t change: he’s still lying about Ireland by Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian, 15 December 2019

The Most Unpopular Government in UK Political History by Craig Murray, Consortium News, 14 December 2019

This Labour meltdown has been building for decades by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 14 December 2019

Election analysis. A victory for the Far Right. A crisis for the Left by Neil Faulkner and Phil Hearse, Mutiny, 13 December 2019

Remainers didn't lose Labour the election – it was the absence of an internationalist movement by Urte Macikene, Labour for a Socialist Europe, 13 December 2019

Corbyn's defeat has slain the left's last illusion, Jonathan Cook Blog, 13 December 2019

Out of this darkness we must find the will to fight back by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 13 December 2019

Boris Johnson's triumph of populism comes straight from the Trump playbook by Andrew Grice, Independent, 13 December 2019

Will Boris Johnson be the last prime minister of a united kingdom? This is what the odds tell us by James Moore, Independent, 13 December 2019

Someone Interfered in the UK Election & It Wasn't Russia by Caitlin Johnstone, Consortium News, 13 December 2019

The British establishment is very afraid of a Corbyn victory by Rajko Kolundzic, MR Online, 11 December 2019

The Tories claim the NHS is not up for sale – the truth is, it’s already been sold by Grace Blakeley, Independent, 11 December 2019

As a doctor I have to speak out: Johnson has contributed to thousands of deaths by Andrew Meyerson, The Guardian, 10 December 2019

Why do I have to break an embargo in order to expose press lies about Labour? by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 10 December 2019

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U.S. Lobbyists Prepare to Seize “Historic Opportunity” in Tory-Led Brexit to Shred Consumer Safeguards, Raise Drug Prices by Lee Fang, The Intercept, 9 December 2019

US and UK military-intelligence apparatus campaigns to destroy Jeremy Corbyn by Ben Norton and Max Blumenthal, Information Clearing House, 9 December 2019

The Vilification of Jeremy Corbyn by Leo Panitch, The Bullet, 6 December 2019

The 'Boris being Boris' shtick is a cover for racism and lies. But it's wearing thin by Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian, 6 December 2019

Boris Johnson may win the election. The rest of us will lose by Peter Oborne, Middle East Eye, 5 December 2019

The Most Important Election in British History by Josh White, CounterPunch, 5 December 2019

A real threat: A very British coup by Rob Sewell, Defend Democracy Press, 4 December 2019

An election message from Tel Aviv: Corbyn would be good for Israel by Gideon Levy, Middle East Eye, 2 December 2019

UK Election: How Propaganda Props Up Britain’s “Particularly Extreme Form of Capitalism” by T.J. Coles, CounterPunch, 2 December 2019

London Bridge attack: UK’s military interventions have fuelled terrorism, says Corbyn by Toby Helm and Michael Savage, The Observer, 1 December 2019

The Corbyn I know is a rare thing - warm, decent and interested in justice by Ronan Bennett, The Observer, 1 December 2019

Why this election is suffering from amnesia about austerity by Laura Basu, openDemocracy, 29 November 2019

British universities invest in Israeli apartheid by Asa Winstanley, The Electronic Intifada, 27 November 2019

Chief Rabbi Mirvis is helping stoke antisemitism, Jonathan Cook Blog, 27 November 2019

Can the radical left win power in the UK? The world is watching by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 28 November 2019

Antisemitism claims have one goal: To stop Jeremy Corbyn winning power by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 26 November 2019

Scotland’s election results could dramatically change Northern Ireland’s future by Matthew O'Toole, The Guardian, 25 November 2019

Why I’d never press the nuclear button by Nicola Sturgeon, The Guardian, 24 November 2019

UK Ignores UN Deadline to End Illegal Occupation of the Chagos Islands by Francesca Emanuele, Truthout, 23 November 2019

Do Not Despair of This Election by Craig Murray, 21 NOvember 2019

‘Englishness’ was never enough to build a nation on by Alex Niven, The Guardian, 20 November 2019

Boris Johnson Must Waive Any Claim of Immunity for Prince Andrew by Craig Murray, 18 November 2019

It’s not just Boris Johnson’s lying. It’s that the media let him get away with it by Peter Oborne, The Guardian, 18 November 2019

The Fragile Boris Johnson by Craig Murray, 15 November 2019

The UK’s Macabre Final Election by Craig Murray, Consortium News, 15 November 2019

Johnson's amnesty for Northern Ireland soldiers is a license to kill by Finian Cunningham, Information Clearing House, 12 November 2019

Anti-semitism bandwagon rolled out again, Jonathan Cook Blog, 11 November 2019

Mainstream Media Pro-Johnson Propaganda Gets Into Full Swing by Craig Murray, 7 November 2019

This Election is Not About Brexit, It's About Common Human Decency by John Wight, Consortium News, 5 November 2019

Brexiters evoking Ireland's civil war should be careful what they wish for by Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian, 5 November 2019

Ken Loach on Workers and Capitalism, Brexit and Corbyn by Michaël Melinard, Defend Democracy Press, 3 November 2019

Brexit is a dirty business, but grassroots resistance is growing - an interview with Friends of the Earth's Kierra Box by Brendan Montague, openDemocracy, 1 November 2019

The Incredible Disappearing Farage, and Other Electoral Oddities by Craig Murray, 31 October 2019

Grenfell Report Phase 1 Seeks to Blame the Firefighters by Craig Murray, 29 October 2019

The long Brexit ordeal will finish off the break-up of Britain by Neal Ascherson, The Guardian, 27 October 2019

Why ‘the will of the people' is a myth in British democracy by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 24 October 2019

No Inquest for Dawn Sturgess by Craig Murray, 18 October 2019

“The Most Radical Economic Transformation Britain Has Ever Seen” by Loren Balhorn and Callum Cant, ZNet, 18 October 2019

Granbynomics: how Liverpool is building a new economic model by Julia Rampen, New Statesman, 17 October 2019

Legacy of British Empire Lurks Behind Today's Headlines by John Wight, Consortium News, 17 October 2019

Saving the union will need imagination – and we've lost it by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 17 October 2019

'A Far Worse Deal Than Theresa May's Deal': Labour Vows to Defeat Brexit Plan Agreed to by EU by Eoin Higgins, Common Dreams, 17 October 2019

Brexit turned Nordic Londoners into immigrants by Petter Gröning, University of Helsinki, 15 October 2019

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Irish border contradictions and chaos: how will Brexit affect Northern Ireland? by Cameron Boyle, openDemocracy, 14 October 2019

Radical Roots – Corbyn and the Tradition of English Radicalism by Michael Calderbank and Hilary Wainwright, Red Pepper, 14 October 2019

The fantasy of Britain at war could be nearing its last hurrah by John Harris, The Guardian, 14 October 2019

Ken Loach: ‘The airwaves should be full of outrage’ by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 10 October 2019

‘I’ve been here 50 years’: the EU citizens struggling for the right to stay in Britain by Amelia Gentleman, The Guardian, 8 October 2019

The Irish border is a matter of life and death, not technology by Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian, 8 October 2019

'It's like a death sentence': retired Britons in EU face loss of healthcare by Jon Henley, The Guardian, 7 October 2019

Britain must pay its debts to the Windrush generation – no matter what it costs by Colin Grant, The Guardian, 6 October 2019

How Labour Became “Antisemitic” by Greg Philo, Jacobin, 5 October 2019

Thousands attend Scottish independence march in Edinburgh by Libby Brooks and Nadeem Badshah, The Guardian, 5 October 2019

Elite UK military unit secretly trained by leftist regime-change advocate Gilbert Achcar and other academics by Ben Norton, The Grayzone, 3 October 2019

The Tories' ‘angry white men' act is desperate and dangerous by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 2 October 2019

An Unpopular Article by Craig Murray, 1 October 2019

'Nobody wants us': fears of forgotten on Northern Irish border by Lisa O'Carroll, The Guardian, 29 September 2019

Brexit is giving Welsh nationalism a new popular appeal by

Boris Johnson ‘whipping up riot fears to avoid Brexit extension’ by Toby Helm and Michael Savage, The Observer, 28 September 2019

Calls for inquiry into claims Johnson backers benefit from no-deal Brexit by Michael Savage, The Observer, 28 September 2019

Heroes, Villains and Establishment Hypocrisy by Craig Murray, 27 September 2019

People powered policy: how Labour's radical agenda was built from the ground up by Laurie Macfarlane, openDemocracy, 26 September 2019

The Mammoth Stress Test of British Democracy by John Wight, Consortium News, 25 September 2019

A Corbyn-led coalition could take power in days - and not just as caretaker by Caroline Molloy, openDemocracy, 25 September 2019

Johnson Enters Neo-Con Heaven by Crag Murray, 25 Setember 2019

Why the British constitution's finest moment should also be its last by Anthony Barnett, openDemocracy, 25 September 2019

Judicial Blowback by Crag Murray, 24 Setember 2019

Even bankers are starting to think Corbyn might be the safe choice now by Andy Beckett, The Guardian, 21 September 2019

The radical potential of the Corbyn project by Christine Berry, Red Pepper, 20 September 2019

How a parent's bid to save their school exposes the rotten core of our democracy by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 18 September 2019

Boris Johnson given two-week EU deadline for Irish backstop plan by Daniel Boffey, The Guardian, 18 September 2019

An Excellent Study Of The Manufactured Labour “Antisemitism Crisis” by Kenneth Surin, CounterPunch, 18 September 2019

Johnson’s ugly rhetoric thrills the far right, but he’s playing with fire by Owen Jones, The Guardian, 12 September 2019

Brexit reveals Corbyn to be the true moderate, Jonathan Cook Blog, 12 September 2019

Has Rees-Mogg broken his oath – with Britain on the precipice of tyranny? by Anthony Barnett, openDemocracy, 12 September 2019

The Dogs in the Street Know by Craig Murray, 12 September 2019

Yellowhammer: no-deal chaos fears as secret Brexit papers published by Heather Stewart and Peter Walker, The Guardian, 12 September 2019

Chaos is being normalised. It is all part of Boris Johnson’s pernicious plan by Paul Mason, The Guardian, 11 September 2019

The insidious ideology pushing us towards a Brexit cliff-edge by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 11 September 2019

Jeremy Corbyn can save the UK economy from the perils of a no-deal Brexit by Peter Oborne, Middle East Eye, 11 September 2019

Really a Right Wing Coup by Craig Murray, 10 September 2019

Scotland Has Only One Move to React to Boris Johnson's Maneuvers by Craig Murray, Consortium News, 8 September 2019

The vices that led Johnson to the top are useless when it comes to wielding power by Fintan O'Toole, The Observer, 8 September 2019

A Trump Brexit Threatens by John Wight, Consortium News, 6 September 2019

It's time the UK had real democracy by Hilary Wainwright, Red Pepper, 5 September 2019

Heads I win, tails you lose by Eddie Ford, Weekly Worker, 5 September 2019

Labour Can Win the Next General Election by Daniel Finn, Jacobin, 5 September 2019

Johnson should beware – forcing a crisis rarely ends well for aspiring strongmen by Andy Beckett, The Guardian, 5 September 2019

Boris Johnson's Brexit power grab has backfired as a people's movement rises by Paul Mason, New Statesman, 4 September 2019

Britain is mired in democratic crisis – but it goes much deeper than Brexit by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 4 September 2019

Boris Johnson's blustering strategy has fallen at the first hurdle by Tom Kibasi,

Beyond the Brexit Debacle by Craig Murray, 3 September 2019

Gibraltar braces itself for Brexit damage as the divorce approaches by Jesús A. Cañas, El País in English, 3 September 2019

It's a Good Sign That the Financial Times Is Worried About Jeremy Corbyn by James Meadway, Jacobin, 2 September 2019

This is an anti-parliamentary coup – and an internationally-organised one by Diane Abbott, openDemocracy, 30 August 2019

Brexit implosion made in Britain... as Johnson blames everyone else by Finian Cunningham, Information Clearing House, 29 August 2019

'Just the Beginning': Massive Protests in UK as Thousands Flood Streets to #StoptheCoup by Jon Queally, Common Dreams, 29 August 2019

Johnson to suspend UK parliament to push through Brexit in a major assault on democratic rule by Chris Marsden, World Socialist Web Site, 29 August 2019

The Queen’s Active Role in the Right Wing Coup by Craig Murray, 29 August 2019

Boris Johnson Crosses the Rubicon: We Must React Now by Craig Murray, 28 August 2019

by Chris Nineham, Counterfire, 28 August 2019

Business will not forgive or forget the great Brexit betrayal of trust by Polly Toynbee, The Guardian, 27 August 2019

Brexit & the Madness of the ‘Sovereign Individual' by Daniel Lazare, Consortium News, 26 August 2019

Electoral Commission Obstructionism on Indyref2 is Just a Foretaste by Craig Murray, 20 August 2019

UK to end freedom of movement for EU citizens on day one of Brexit, under new government plan by Rob Merrick, Independent, 18 August 2019

Britain's infrastructure is breaking down. And here's why no one's fixing it by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 14 August 2019

More British complicity exposed in latest ‘CIA Torture Unredacted' report, MR Online, 9 August 2019

The super-rich have made Britain into a nation of losers by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 6 August 2019

40% of Scottish Labour Voters Support Independence by Craig Murray, 5 August 2019

Labour risks total wipeout if it fails to take Boris Johnson seriously by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 31 July 2019

Boris Johnson rattles Irish peace, but his arrogance may backfire with Irish reunification by Finian Cunningham, Information Clearing House, 30 July 2019

An election looms – and Labour must act now to puncture Johnson’s hubris by Owen Jones, The Guardian, 26 July 2019

The Tragic Inevitability of Boris Johnson PM by T.J. Coles, CounterPunch, 26 July 2019

The "Official Truth" About the Skripal Poisoning is Out, but Not Everyone is Convinced by Craig Murray, Sputnik, 25 July 2019 (text and video)

Johnson's Westminster Cabinet is Far to the Right of Thatcher by Craig Murray, 25 July 2019

Boris Johnson can't be found out: we all know he's bluffing by Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian, 25 July 2019

Why this UK journalist fears the new prime minister ‘could bring about the end of Britain' by Cody Fenwick, AlterNet, 24 July 2019

Britain's New Prime Minister Is Nationalist, Racist and Vain. Sound Familiar? by Sasha Abramsky, Truthout, 23 July 2019

Floreat gens togata! by Paul Robinson, Irrussianality, 23 July 2019

UK's May Takes Parting Shot at Putin in Desperate Diversion From Failure by Finian Cunningham, Information Clearing House, 22 July 2019

Loach slams Panorama documentary as a ‘dishonest hatchet job', Morning Star, 19 July 2019

The ‘Unconstitutional Animus' Against UK Labour Leader by Johanna Ross, Consortium News, 16 July 2019

Corbyn, Tehran and fake news by Yassmine Mather, Weekly Worker, 12 July 2019

With Panorama's hatchet job on Labour antisemitism, BBC has become pro-Tory media by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 11 July 2019

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Corbyn can lead in the exposure of establishment psychosis by John Hilley, Zenpolitics, 10 July 2019

The Guardian publishes, then censors Jewish open letter defending smeared pro-Corbyn Labour MP Chris Williamson by Ben Norton, The Grayzone, 10 July 2019

The Simple Explanation for the Betrayal of Britain's Envoy by Craig Murray, Consortium News, 10 July 2019

Guilt of anti-semitism now needs no evidence, Jonathan Cook Blog, 8 July 2019

Bought Politicians by Craig Murray, 7 July 2019

Help Steven Leelah by Craig Murray, 5 July 2019

The plot to keep Corbyn out of power, Jonathan Cook Blog, 3 July 2019

How To Spot A Twitter Troll by Craig Murray, 2 July 2019

Johnson and Hunt don't understand what it's like when a wall falls. In Ireland, we do by Fintan O'Toole, The Observer, 30 June 2019

Let's be honest about Britain's obsession with “anti-Semitism” by Tony Greenstein, The Electronic Intifada, 26 June 2019

Jeremy Corbyn and the UK’s Moment in History by Craig Murray, Consortium News, 26 June 2019

Brexit: imperialist Britain faces existential crisis by John Smith, MR Online, 24 June 2019

Mark Field and the danger of getting sidetracked, Jonathan Cook Blog, 22 June 2019

The US-UK “Special Relationship” is a Farce by Peter Bolton, CounterPunch, 21 June 2019

Nigel Farage’s Grand Tour of Sabotage by Binoy Kampmark, CounterPunch, 21 June 2019

The Broader View Reveals the Ugliest of Prospects by Craig Murray, 17 June 2019

Brexit Britain is wallowing in dangerous talk of national humiliation by Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian, 14 June 2019

If Britain Leaves the EU, It Will Be Vulnerable to Trump's Whims by Sasha Abramsky, Truthout, 7 June 2019

Britain in Crisis and Going Further Downhill by Brian Cloughley, CounterPunch, 7 June 2019

Human Rights, The Expelled Chagos Islanders, and Britain’s Hypocrisy by Brian Cloughley, CounterPunch, 3 June 2019

Grenfell, Windrush & Skripal: Theresa May’s Tainted Legacy by Johanna Ross, Consortium News, 30 May 2019

Britain is in the grip of an existential crisis that reaches far beyond Brexit by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 29 May 2019

The World: What is Really Happening by Craig Murray, 25 May 2019

Vote SNP Today – Chagos Just One Example of the Need to Dismantle the Imperial Entity by Craig Murray, 23 May 2019

UK suffers crushing defeat in UN vote on Chagos Islands by Owen Bowcott and Julian Borger, The Guardian, 22 May 2019

Corbynism 2.0 has arrived – and a radical Green New Deal is at its heart by Chris Saltmarsh, openDemocracy, 16 May 2019

Why is Labour just letting the Brexit party win the European elections? by Mary Kaldor, The Guardian, 16 May 2019

At last, the Labour party is being led from the bottom up by Dan Hancox, The Guardian, 16 May 2019

John Smith and the path Britain did not take by Anthony Barnett, openDemocracy, 12 May 2019

Jeremy Corbyn should now commit to a second Brexit referendum - but with one crucial condition by Yanis Varoufakis, Independent, 6 May 2019

The demise of the middle classes is toxifying British politics by Larry Elliott, The Guardian, 3 May 2019

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Is Brexit to blame for the uptick in Northern Ireland violence, and what is the ‘New IRA’? Defend Democracy Press, 25 April 2019

Integrate, migrants are told. But can they ever be good enough for the likes of Blair? by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 24 April 2019

A Social and Green New Deal to reverse the populist tide by Colin Hines, Social Europe, 23 April 2019

Don't listen to Tony Blair – his policies helped empower the far right by Ashish Ghadiali, Red Pepper, 23 April 2019

The Official Skripal Story is a Dead Duck by Craig Murray, 17 April 2019

Neoliberalism promised freedom - instead it delivers stifling control by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 10 April 2019

From Brexit to Trump, it's death by 1,000 cuts, Jonathan Cook Blog, 3 April 2019

Media smoothed way to Corbyn target practice, Jonathan Cook Blog, 3 April 2019

Britain could stop the war in Yemen in days. But it won't by David Wearing, The Guardian, 3 April 2019

Amoral and venal: Britain's governing class has lost all sense of duty by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 27 March 2019

Chagos and the Dark Soul of the British Labour Party by Craig Murray, 26 March 2019

Discussing Chagos With Alex Salmond by Craig Murray, 24 March 2019 (video)

Britain’s real democratic crisis? The broken link between voters and MPs by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 20 March 2019

Brexit’s Imperial Nostalgia by Anis Chowdhury and Jomo Kwame Sundaram, Consortium News, 18 March 2019

Geoffrey Cox’s New “Legal Advice” on Brexit Incentivises Unionist Violence by Craig Murray, 15 March 2019

Did no one tell Philip Hammond that austerity is raging outside? by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 13 March 2019

There's a simple solution to the Irish backstop by Anthony Barnett, openDemocracy, 12 March 2019

Britain is trapped in the purposeless austerity that gave us Brexit by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 12 March 2019

Jeremy Corbyn and the truth about Tom Bower's book by Peter Oborne, Middle East Eye, 9 March 2019

Would railing at a Labour Saudi lobby be racist? Jonathan Cook Blog, 9 March 2019

Pure: Ten Points I Just Can't Believe About the Official Skripal Narrative by Craig Murray, 7 March 2019

Labour's civil war on Israel has been a long time coming by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 7 March 2019

In an era of brutal cuts, one ordinary place has the imagination to fight back by Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian, 6 March 2019

Eric Hobsbawm, the Joy of History and All That Jazz by Pepe Escobar, Consortium News, 5 March 2019

More than bad faith behind anti-semitism slurs by Jonathan Cook, 4 March 2019

For remain to win a second referendum, the old guard must step aside by Anthony Barnett, The Guardian, 1 March 2019

The witchfinders are now ready to burn Corbyn, Jonathan Cook Blog, 28 February 2019

Israel lobby funders back breakaway British MPs by Asa Winstanley, The Electronic Intifada, 27 February 2019

Chagos Islanders remind us that Britain is a shameful coloniser, not a colony by Afua Hirsch, The Guardian, 27 February 2019

UK Rejects International Court of Justice Opinion on the Chagos Islands by Craig Murray, 26 February 2019

The truth about Seumas Milne, Jeremy Corbyn and the new McCarthyism by David Hearst, Middle East Eye, 25 February 2019

Britain's Paintball Strategist by Brian Cloughley, CounterPunch, 25 February 2019

When is a British Person Not British? by Craig Murray, 20 February 2019

Anti-semitism is cover for a much deeper divide in Britain's Labour party by Jonathan Cook, Middle East Eye, 20 February 2019

Democracy and the Corrupt Seven (Eight) by Craig Murray, 19 February 2019

Britain's defence: a retro fantasy by Paul Rogers, openDemocracy, 14 February 2019

Britain’s Gavin Williamson places Russia & China on notice, I'm not joking by John Wight, RT, 13 February 2019

Dark money is pushing for a no-deal Brexit. Who is behind it? by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 13 February 2019

Why disaster capitalists are praying for a no-deal Brexit by George Monbiot, The Guardian, 7 February 2019

Revolution in the head: how Eric Hobsbawm became a communist national treasure by Paul Bew, Prospect Magazine, March 2019 (29 January 2019)

Sergei Skripal's niece to demand Yulia Skripal, a Russian citizen, be declared missing - newspaper, Interfax, 29 January 2019

NOVICHOK FULL O’ NUTS — IN THE CASE OF SERGEI SKRIPAL POLICE COMMISSIONER ANGUS MACPHERSON LIFTS THE LID by John Helmer, 27 January 2018

Skripal Story Just Got Weirder; First Responder Revealed As Chief Army Nurse; Steele "Link" Blamed On Russia by Tyler Durden, ZeroHedge, 21 January 2019

England’s rebel spirit is rising – and it wants a no-deal Brexit by John Harris, The Guardian, 21 January 2019

It was never about Europe. Brexit is Britain's reckoning with itself by Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian, 18 January 2019

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British governmen demolishes Skripal house: Roof falls in on Theresa May as evidence grows that Sergei Skripal poisoned himself by accident by John Helmer, 17 January 2019

Was Eric Hobsbawm a dangerous Communist? by Richard J. Evans, The Guardian, 17 January 2019

British Democracy Nears Meltdown as Parliament Deadlocks Over Brexit by Robert Mackey, The Intercept, 16 January 2019

An Englishman, a Scotswoman and Irishman talk about Brexit by Anthony Barnett, openDemocracy, 15 January 2019 (video)

Richard Dearlove Helped Blair Kill Millions. The Security Services are a Danger to Our State and Society by Craig Murray, Information Clearing House, 10 January 2019

Braxit Unleashes British Bulldog Snarling at Russia by Finian Cunningham, Information Clearing House, 10 January 2019

Covert British Military-Smear Machine Moving into US by Max Blumenthal and Mark Ames, Consortium News, 10 January 2019

Summing up the Official Claims in the Salisbury Poisonings: Weighed in the Balances and Found Wanting by Rob Slane, The Blog Mire, 9 January 2019

Brexit proved our economy is broken, but our leaders still have no clue how to fix it by

Think Anew, Act Anew: a Convention on Brexit and a People's Vote by Anthony Barnett, openDemocracy, 8 January 2019

Shock Files: What Role Did Integrity Initiative Play in Sergei Skripal Affair? by Kit Klarenberg, Sputnik, 4 January 2019

 

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