Alexander Mercouris takes us through the blow-by-blow of the first four months of the crisis in Britain, and it’s not a pretty picture.
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COVID-19: 2020 Year of the Virus
Alexander Mercouris weighs both sides of the debate between lockdown and herd immunity and examines claims that Covid-19 is over-hyped and is really just like the flu.
COVID-19: Donald Trump’s Caligula Moment
John Wight sizes up the tragedy and farce embodied by the U.S. president and notes that Britain has its own problems with leadership by disordered minds.
COVID-19: The Bigger Picture Hiding Behind the Virus
Agents outside our control with their own vested interests – politicians, the media, business – construct reality, much as a film-maker designs a movie, says Jonathan Cook.
COVID-19: Contending with a Dual Pathology in Britain
A process of marketization has infested U.K. public services, much like the virus we are tackling today, write Dr. Sarah Gangoli and Dr. Bob Gill.
COVID-19: A Lesson Coronavirus is About to Teach the World
Jonathan Cook says we have always been bound together in a miraculous web of life on our planet and beyond; stardust in an unfathomably large and complex universe.
Corbyn’s Defeat Has Slain the Left’s Last Illusion
The reality is that the corporate class – the 0.001 percent – has been in control of our political life uninterrupted for 40 years, writes Jonathan Cook.
US & UK Military-Intelligence Apparatus Deploy Media Smears Against Corbyn
In the lead-up to Britain’s historic election on Thursday, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been hit with evidence-free Russiagate-style allegations, Ben Norton and Max Blumenthal report.
The UK’s Macabre Final Election
The stars have aligned perfectly for those of us who support Scottish independence, writes Craig Murray.
The Incredible Disappearing Nigel Farage & Other UK Electoral Oddities
The media is dropping the Brexit Party leader just when he deserves coverage as a critical factor, writes Craig Murray.