Politics

Ed Miliband at Google's Big Tent
This year’s annual Bilderberg conference is rapidly approaching - where the world’s political and business elite meet in private to discuss their agenda which will determine future policies that govern global affairs.
William Hague lies about support for lifting the arms embargo on Syria
William Hague has acknowledged that many EU member states had "found it difficult" to lift the arms embargo on the terrorists operating in Syria.
The EU gravy train steam rolled back into the mainstream press today with the Daily mail highlighting the gigantic difference between the incomes of MEP's and the rest of society. 
Bernard Lewis
Following the events in Woolwich last week, we are revisiting an article originally written for the UK Column newspaper in 2010. While we deplore anyone's killing, it is important to look at the historical context, and ask the question, if our government is inciting terrorism through direct support of al-Qaida in Iraq and Syria when it suits their purposes, is Britain not responsible when events such as those which took place last week occur?
William Hague
Foreign Secretary William Hague said yesterday that Britain will veto the renewal of the EU arms embargo on Syria when foreign ministers meet next week, if member states block moves to permit weapons to be transferred to the terrorist opposition.
Corporation tax
The newspapers are determined to enrage their readers with the shocking news of corporate tax avoidance. But what is behind the headlines?
The recent show of force by the United States marks one of the lowest points in modern diplomacy, but beyond the geopolitical theatrics it turns out that very little is actually known about the North Korean threat.
NATO gun running via Croatia
The evidence is now in, as list of state actors can now be seen openly conspiring to drive the Middle East into full-blown war.
David Cameron
While they wine and dine in DC and Westminster, their hired hands work overtime to make rivers of blood in Syria.
Such is the self-regarding nature of the BBC, it reminds one of the Vatican announcing its own ‘internal inquiry’ into protecting its child abusing priests.

Pages