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The BBC refuses to tell the truth about Theresa May and the recent terrorist attacks

In yet another case of clear-cut bias, the BBC photoshopped an image of Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn alongside terrorist Osama bin Laden. A man with whom Corbyn had absolutely no connection. Now, just imagine the uproar if they’d done … Continue reading

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Theresa May is accused of security failures, though that’s only half the story

A former Conservative director of strategy has accused Theresa May of being responsible for a series of “security failures”. Failures that apparently contributed to the recent spate of terrorist attacks. But that’s not the whole story. For there appears to be … Continue reading

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The story that’s so damaging to the Tories and MI6 that the evidence was suppressed

The 22 May Manchester bombing saw the murder of 22 people, mostly young girls. The actions of the perpetrator, Salman Abedi, were evil. Nothing, however, happens in isolation. And two decades ago, under the Conservative government of John Major, a shocking event … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn raised tough questions about terrorism. But there’s one nobody wants to ask

It takes a brave politician to raise awkward questions about the wider causes of terrorism. Such as Britain’s chaotic foreign interventions in Libya and the lessons not learned. And Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn did just that on 26 May. … Continue reading

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Bungled intelligence and military operations may have contributed to the Manchester bombing

  Bungled British military interventions in Libya and operations by British intelligence services may have contributed to the 22 May Manchester bombing. And both MI6 and MI5 need to take some of the blame for what happened. To read more, click … Continue reading

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UK Government terrorism failures and the ‘terrorism of spectacle’: a situationist analysis

The apologists for terrorism and the apologists for intelligence failures should be equally condemned. But UK Government prefers to gloss over these failures, the latest involving three teenage girls who were virtually (in both senses of the word) abducted by … Continue reading

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