The British parliament has become a pathetic guardian of the public interest

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See this article in The Guardian: Fifa corruption, Snowden and surveillance, Rotherham child abuse, drugged athletes, Stephen Lawrence, WikiLeaks, MPs’ expenses, phone hacking, HSBC, cash for questions, cricket fixing, extraordinary rendition, Olympic bribery, Slater Walker share fixing, DC-10 crashes, thalidomide, corruption … Read More

Above and Beyond the Law

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Al-Yamamah, Britain’s largest-ever arms deal, clinched in 1985 with the help of Margaret Thatcher, and which generated £43 billion for BAE Systems, with another £40 billion in the offing, is just one example of the criminality in the arms industry. The … Read More