A mafia runs editors. Freedom of the press is dead. Journalists and ordinary people must stand up.Read more "Lies, Newsweek and Control of the Media Narrative: First-Hand Account"
The following is a response to the New Yorker’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton for President of the United States.Read more "Letter: The New Yorker endorses Hillary Clinton"
He fled Saddam Hussein’s atrocities in Iraq 15 years ago. Now, Alan Ahmad is happily settled in Hull and hoping to qualify as a black cab driver. But when the 28-year-old went to Calais and Dunkirk to help with the humanitarian effort last month, the horrors of being a refugee came flooding back. He was […]Read more "The Jungle: ‘I tried not to cry in front of them, but I couldn’t hold it back’"
As a young boy, he saw his father die from the torture inflicted on him by a brutal regime. Haroldo Herrera-Richmond was just two years old when Augusto Pinochet’s dictatorship took power in Chile. Now a Hull city councillor after coming to England, Cllr Herrera-Richmond is well qualified to speak on the global refugee crisis.Read more "From a child fleeing a brutal dictator to Hull city councillor hoping to ease the refugee crisis"
A HSBC files leak which revealed how the bank assisted clients with tax avoidance on an industrial scale has dominated Westminster, headlines and conversation up and down the country. After weeks of outcry however, it is clear that almost no one understands how deep tax avoidance practices go and those that do, are keeping quiet.Read more "The scale of tax avoidance is far bigger than the HSBC files… and the government is fully aware"