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As Theresa May loses control over Brexit, her lawyer admits the EU referendum was illegal
Prime minister Theresa May has conceded that MPs will have a vote to extend Article 50 and delay Brexit. They will also have a vote to rule out a No Deal scenario. Despite this Commons pantomime, it’s notable that these … Continue reading
Posted in Government, Intelligence Tagged Arron Banks, Boris Johnson, Eldon Insurance, Electoral Commission, EU referendum, Leave.eu, Michael Gove, NCA, Nigel Farage, police, Theresa May, Vote Leave Leave a comment
The Tories are to launch a police super computer. It will know every move you make.
The UK government announced it will launch a new police super database later this year. It will have advanced capabilities for data matching via multiple agencies. But that’s not all. According to the contract specifications, the database will also use … Continue reading
Posted in Government, Intelligence, Surveillance Tagged Netpol, police, Surveillance 1 Comment
Destruction of political policing files goes back decades: will the Met face charges?
According to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), multiple undercover police files were destroyed in 2014. One consultant to the Council of Europe on human rights law, has said this may equate to a perversion of the course of justice. But what the IPCC … Continue reading
Posted in Economy, Intelligence, no category, Resistance, Surveillance Tagged industrial action, Mark Kennedy, police, protests, spycops 1 Comment
‘I, Daniel Blake’ takes Australia by storm – but not in the way you expect
An extortion racket is punishing the poorest and most vulnerable across Australian society. But far from being a criminal enterprise run by a mafia gang, the racket is being run by the Australian government. The astonishing debt recovery scandal aimed … Continue reading
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