People flock to Downing Street incensed at Panama Papers revelations
Monday 11th Apr 2016
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
- Condemned by your own MPs
- Collapsing public confidence
- A festering mess on everything from health to education
- An economy in the doldrums
- And now your own tax affairs are a national embarrassment
Saturday 9th Apr 2016
Lambeth Labour gets court approval to throw buds of tomorrow into street
STRIKING doctors turned their picket lines into classrooms yesterday, teaching parents and carers how to save children’s lives.
Junior paediatricians at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) in London decided to “give back” to the supporting community and set up a first...
Friday 8th Apr 2016
Foreign Secretary lambasted by panel of MPs
Wednesday 6th Apr 2016
HUMAN RIGHTS campaigners marched on Whitehall yesterday to deliver a 41,000-strong petition opposing Britain’s use of “bloody” mobile phones to Foreign Secretary Phillip Hammond.
Mr Hammond was urged to support EU legislation curbing the use of conflict minerals in...
HUNDREDS of thousands of new homes and a “renters’ union” sponsored by City Hall were some of the promises made yesterday by the Greens’ London mayoral candidate Sian Berry.
The Camden councillor unveiled her mayoral manifesto as she focused on the...
Tuesday 5th Apr 2016
FORMER British ambassador Craig Murray accused “corporate media” groups of hiding important information from their coverage of the Panama Papers yesterday.
The one-time ambassador to Uzbekistan suggested that the groups with access to the Mossack Fonseca leak, such as the...
ECHR says decision not to charge any Met Police officers was justified
Thursday 31st Mar 2016
A WOMAN was forced to turn to crime after having her benefits stopped while in a coma because she was “not expected to survive,” a court heard yesterday.
Lisa Hartley from Hull was arrested for breaking into a boarded-up council house earlier this month and stealing...