Keir Starmer’s announcement this week is the most recent blow in the party’s long campaign against Corbyn, a champion of the Palestinian struggle for liberation.
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Craig Murray: Boris Johnson & the UK Decline
The fallen prime minister is just part of the overall disintegrating process.
Corbyn on the Establishment’s Campaign Against Him
In an interview with Matt Kennard, the former Labour Party leader speaks candidly about British media, the U.K. military and intelligence services, Israel, Keir Starmer, Julian Assange and Saudi Arabia.
How the Establishment Functions
Just as Jimmy Savile was to be protected over actual sex crime, Keir Starmer knew that Julian Assange was to be persecuted over fake sex crime, writes Craig Murray.
Boris Bashing & the Assange Factor
The sudden chorus of outrage at the prime minister for impugning the reputation of the opposition leader, Sir Keir Starmer, is strange in many ways, writes Jonathan Cook.
High Court Delays as Assange Remains in Jail
Craig Murray says the leisurely approach of the High Court is entirely inappropriate given that an innocent man is suffering the most extreme form of incarceration available in the U.K.
The Moral Cowardice of UK’s Opposition Leader on Palestine
Jonathan Cook condemns Keir Starmer’s failure to make it clear that Israel is committing war crimes for which there should be harsh consequences.
Militarism & the Populist Playbook
Craig Murray says atavism and racism are the easiest way to political success, despite the demonstrably catastrophic consequences.
Labour ‘Anti-Semitism’ Report Exposes Real ‘Political Interference’
Jonathan Cook dissects the investigation by the Equalities and Human Rights Commission into the U.K. Labour Party.
How The Guardian Betrayed Corbyn and the Vestiges of British Democracy
Were The Guardian to now question the narrative it promoted about Corbyn – a narrative demolished by the leaked Labour Party report – the paper would have to admit several uncomfortable things, writes Jonathan Cook.