Media Watch

'19Jan
28

Brexit is good news for those in the business of war

Image: Protest outside last week's Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space annual black tie dinner in London's Park Lane. Credit: Lydia Noon.While Brits have grown accustomed to turbulence in political fairyland,...
'19Jan
26

New IRA terrorists raiding old arms dumps to 'stockpile bombs and machine guns'

Terrorists are raiding old IRA weapons dumps amid ­rising fears they plan to turn Brexit chaos into carnage. Police have identified dissident Republicans at the sites of suspected caches on Northern Ireland’s...
'19Jan
24

Irish government publishes no-deal Brexit plans for transport, healthcare and consumer protection

THE IRISH GOVERNMENT has published a list of some of the laws that will need to be changed here to ensure continuity of various services and rights between Ireland and the UK in the case of a no-deal Brexit. In a...
'19Jan
24

Irish government publishes no-deal Brexit plans for transport, healthcare and consumer protection

THE IRISH GOVERNMENT has published a list of some of the laws that will need to be changed here to ensure continuity of various services and rights between Ireland and the UK in the case of a no-deal Brexit. In a...
'19Jan
24

Cuts are causing stress and heartache in the family courts

"The breakdown of a relationship will often leave an individual in an emotional and vulnerable state. To add to this trauma, the need to present your own case in a way that is intelligible to a court is too much to...
'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
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. ...
'19Jan
22

Zimbabwe president says 'heads will roll' after protest crackdown

The leader, who last year replaced longtime strongman Robert Mugabe, returned earlyfrom the annual jamboree in the Swiss alpine resort town of Davos.He left his Minister of Finance, Mthuli Ncube, to continue...
'19Jan
20

Coups and murder: the sinister world of apartheid’s secret mercenaries

Keith Maxwell, the self-declared “commodore” of the South African Institute for Maritime Research (SAIMR), liked to dress up on special occasions in the garish costume of a 18th-century admiral, with a three-...
'19Jan
18

Britain’s devastating cuts to social security breach international human rights law, NGOs find

Image: Section 25 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which forms the basis of international agreements the UK is a signatory to. Credit: Richard Lemarchand/Flickr, CC 2.0In accordance with international...

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