'19Jan
23

Davos 2019: 7 things to know on day two

In perhaps the most highly-anticipated address of the day, Angela Merkel gave a robust defence of the current world order, calling for leaders to take a stand against growing nationalist and populist movements. In...
'19Jan
23

News story: Over £35 million to support Scottish universities tackling global challenges

This is part of a £270 million package to support projects across the country to reduce the impact of ocean pollution, improve security of food supply and control infectious diseases.Putting the UK at the forefront...
'19Jan
23

EXCLUSIVE: How Liberal Media 'Operates as Propaganda System for State Power'

They regularly issue "media alerts", offering analysis on major global events and issues, seeking to draw attention to the misleading "limits" within which corporate media operates. They also frequently challenge...
'19Jan
23

Why The UK Must Not Sacrifice Free Speech In The Pursuit Of Free Trade

The United Arab Emirates may have released Matthew Hedges but there has been no such luck for other victims of human rights abuses in the Gulf State.As the United Kingdom stumbles toward an unruly and chaotic...
'19Jan
23

Why The UK Must Not Sacrifice Free Speech In The Pursuit Of Free Trade

The United Arab Emirates may have released Matthew Hedges but there has been no such luck for other victims of human rights abuses in the Gulf State.As the United Kingdom stumbles toward an unruly and chaotic...
'19Jan
23

OECD’s Gurria: ‘If you need time for a better Brexit deal, give it enough time’

Ángel Gurría, the OECD’s secretary general, believes extending Brexit talks until July could be feasible in order to ensure an agreement is sealed. Speaking to EURACTIV.com in Davos, the Mexican diplomat and...
'19Jan
23

Far-right groups could exploit Brexit tensions - police

The "febrile" atmosphere around Brexit could be exploited by far-right extremists, the UK's most senior counter-terrorism officer has warned.Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said 18 terror plots were foiled in...
'19Jan
22

MPAA and RIAA Want Site Blocking in New US-UK Trade Deal

US music and movie industry companies helped to get pirate sites blocked in countries all around the globe.On their home turf, however, pirate sites remain freely accessible.After the SOPA protests, the blocking...
'19Jan
22

MP's Are Real Vandals!

Bomber Command had 125,000 recruits, more than 55,500 were killed, another 8,400 were injured and nearly 10,000 became prisoners of war. Every single one of these men are and were heroes fighting for freedom and a...
'19Jan
22

Brexit or not, Britain must stay on the EU’s security team

Make no mistake: Brexit will damage our security. It will weaken the UK more, but it will weaken the EU too, writes Matthieu Borsboom.Matthieu Borsboom is a senior adviser for defence and security at BCW Brussels. ...

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