Can confidence in the historic child abuse inquiry be restored?
How the Conservative party is distorting democracy to rig the system.
A quick commentary on the breaking news of a judgement by the Court of Appeal declaring the ‘bedroom tax’ discriminatory & unlawful.
A short piece of commentary & analysis on the nature of Britain’s relationship with the Saudi Arabian government, in the context of its human rights records.
A commentary on the inadequacy of the UKs response to the migrant crisis & fufilling its obligations to refugees/ asylum seekers under International Law.
The following was written by Frederick Antonio Gallucci | @gibblegbble The “Snooper’s Charter” Strikes Back? Illegitimacy of Mass Retention of Communications Data The “Draft Communications Data Bill” was initially proposed by Home Secretary Theresa May in the 2012–13 legislative session. The former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg withdrew his support for this bill in… Continue reading The “Snooper’s Charter” Strikes Back? Illegitimacy of Mass Retention of Communications Data