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Blogs & articles

  • Lynton Crosby DID lobby the government on tobacco policy +

    The revelation that Crosby lobbied a Conservative Minister on cigarette packaging just days before taking up his role as Tory election guru, has passed almost unnoticed amid the Scottish referendum furore. Crosby must be breathing a sigh of relief. Read More
  • 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
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