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Blogs & articles

  • Hatred, hysteria and a Trojan Horse +

    Leading educationalist Robin Richardson argues that the report by Peter Clarke into the ‘Trojan Horse’ affair, embraced by Britain's new education secretary, is a grave disservice. Read More
  • Fracking fear for North York Moors national park +

    UK regulators have given an oil and gas company the go-ahead to dump nearly six million cubic metres of potentially radioactive water under the North York Moors while drilling for natural gas reports Andy Rowell. Read More
  • The boys from Berlin: The MI5 officers who covered up Kincora +

    Recent months have seen repeated calls for the Child Sex Abuse Inquiry to look at events at the Kincora Boys Home in the mid-1970s. Last week a former Army intelligence officer spoke publicly for the first time about MI5's role in suppressing knowledge of abuse Read More
  • From Kincora to PIE: Why the abuse inquiry needs access to intelligence documents +

    There is growing momentum for the the Child Sex Abuse Inquiry to look at Northern Ireland's Kincora scandal, but a key piece of evidence linking Kincora and the Paedophile Information Exchange suggests that access to intelligence documents will be crucial to any new investigation. Read More
  • Britain's three decades of dirty war against the Tamil people +

    Watching the UK Border Agency hand back Tamil refugees to the regime that had tortured them prompted Phil Miller to delve deeper into the UK's foreign policy towards Sri Lanka. His report, 'Britain's dirty war against the Tamil people, 1979-2009' is published next week. Read More
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