Chilcot Inquiry: Blair’s half-hearted apology doesn’t heal Iraq’s pain

The Iraq Inquiry, also known as the Chilcot Inquiry after its chairman Sir John Chilcot, has finally been published - more than seven years...

Brexit: 16-17 year olds have been denied having a say on their future

Along with the majority of the youthful population, I was a strong remain campaigner and this was likely best highlighted by the transformation of...

Brexit: The great deception of the masses.

I predicted it would happen in our 2016 predictions article: yet the shock still hit me the morning I woke up to the news -...

The rising torrent of hate that killed Jo Cox

It has been a few days now since the death of Jo Cox, the MP murdered whilst holding a surgery in her constituency. The...

Jo Cox: The murder of an MP

The death of MP at the hands of a man alleged to have been shouting "Britain First" while going about her Leeds constituency business has...

NHS ‘has busiest year in its history’

It's worth reading the article by Health Correspondent Nick Triggle on the BBC News website (see here.)  It is indeed worrying for the service...

Investigatory Powers Bill: What is Big Brother up to?

Let's talk about surveillance: in particular the new Investigatory Powers Bill promoted by the Home Secretary, and which seems destined to become law in due course.  Time...

David Cameron: now the truth is out, he must resign

This time the hypocrisy has gone too far, this time David Cameron must go. It was obvious from the moment that Downing Street refused to...

Panama Papers: is the game up for wealthy tax dodgers?

The largest cross-border journalism collaboration ever has uncovered a giant leak of documents from Mossack Fonseca, a global law firm based in Panama. Three...

David Cameron: What I mean and what I say

“When I use a word,’ Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, ‘it means just what I choose it to mean — neither...