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November 04, 2019

Dirty money: Who paid to make Boris prime minister?

Trying to explain to outsiders just how the United Kingdom “chose” its new prime minister in July 2019 guarantees bafflement, followed by incredulity.Of course, it wasn’t the...

America's squalid history of meddling in foreign elections

Research clearly shows that the US has a long history of interfering in the elections of other countries, reports Richard Lance Keeble.While a major controversy over alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential elections currently gri ...

Leo Varadkar: 'Symbol of Ireland's multicultural future'

Ireland’s newly elected Prime Minister Leo Varadkar is a gay person of colour, the son of an Indian immigrant father. His politics might sadly not be that different to what’s gone before, but he is already being seen as an emblem  of a ne ...
General Election: Jeremy Corbyn's victory

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn 'knocking on door of government'

Truth about dictator Noriega and the ‘criminal’ US invasion

The US invasion that toppled Panama's worst dictator was part of a series of assaults aimed at reasserting the power of the Washington military/industrial/surveillance complex, argues Richard Lance Keeble.General Manuel Noriega, who died on ...
STRONG AND STABLE RACISM. Progressive Talk From Theresa May's Team? Don't believe it.

'Strong and stable racism' from UK Prime Minister's Party

General Election coverage and biased reporting by UK broadcasters

Once parliament dissolves next week, politicians will be frantically touring the country to persuade people to vote for their party.  But since most people learn about the election in the media, canvassing voters or holding rallies have limited value ...

Black Labour members back Jeremy Corbyn's leadership

Momentum Black Connexions (MBC) media officer Marc Wadsworth has been caught-up in a Fleet Street concocted firestorm after challenging a Labour MP for colluding with the right-wing press.Wadsworth confronted the Daily Telegraph reporter Kate McCann after ...

'Black Londoners must vote to set the equality agenda'

In all the cut-and-thrust of the forthcoming London elections, one thing is clear. There’s scope for positive change in race relations.One Million Black Londoners are becoming more successful in their traditional inner city habitats. New settlers se ...

Why the attacks on 'extremist' Jeremy Corbyn are doomed

Tony Blair's former press chief Alastair Campbell published a blog post urging Labour members to back "anyone but Corbyn", for the party leadership. The intervention, which was the latest in a long line of Labour establishment atta ...

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