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Blogs & articles

  • More police forces and councils labelling peaceful anti-fracking protestors as 'extremists' alongside ISIL and far right +

    An increasing number of police forces and local authorities are associating ‘anti-fracking’ campaigners with domestic extremism in their divisive counter terrorism strategies. Russell Scott investigates. Read More
  • Seeding doubt: How self-appointed guardians of 'sound science' tip the scales toward industry +

    Exclusive investigation into the UK charity Sense about Science produced by The Intercept and the Food and Environment Reporting Network. Read More
  • What price a life? May's rhetoric and the MOD's reality +

    Tom Griffin examines the UK government's concerted campaign against investigations of abuse by the armed forces. Read More
  • Finks: How the CIA tricked the world’s best writers [Book review] +

    The CIA, and other US government agencies, sponsored, spied upon and ran as agents the world’s greatest thinkers and writers claims Joel Whitney in his new book. Review by Richard Fern. Read More
  • 400 civil society groups demand an end to fossil fuel development +

    People from over 60 countries are telling world leaders that it's time to stop digging writes Andy Rowell from Marrakesh. Read More
  • Donald Trump isn’t scrapping climate change laws to help the 'working man'. +

    The future president has a total disdain for environmental science and a knack for saying exactly what disenfranchised victims of rust-belt deindustrialisation need to hear writes Brendan Montague. Read More
  • Why Trump won; why Clinton lost +

    Hillary Clinton’s stunning defeat reflected a gross misjudgment by the Democratic Party about the depth of populist anger against self-serving elites who have treated much of the country with disdain, writes Robert Parry. Read More
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