Britons have now joined electoral insurgencies elsewhere in Europe and beyond, against two party democracies being hijacked by crony capitalism and austerity policies.
This report also makes recommendations on the future of press regulation and governance consistent with maintaining freedom of the press and ensuring the highest ethical and professional standards in the UK.
One of Britain’s largest lobbying companies has been secretly recorded boasting about its access to the heart of Government and how it uses ‘dark arts’ to bury bad coverage and influence public opinion.
When the Anglo-French plot on Libya was first hatched, I wrote in these spaces that folks in Benghazi luring Europe are the very same who started 2006 uprising against the Danish cartoons.
Have David Cameron and Nicolas Sarkozy ever paused to consider how the 20 million Muslims in Europe might react to their military action in Libya?
While the American president declared that India was no longer emerging, rather it had emerged, Cameron asserted that there wasn't an issue in the world that didn't beg China's opinion and participation. The two men also called for both the Asian giants to play a more constructive role in the development and growth of Africa. "It's a huge market too; come now, let us not compete. Rather, we should explore it together," they pleaded. Alright, they didn't say that exactly. But it did sound more or less like that.