There are powerful reasons to regard both the 7/7 bombings and the 2017 Manchester Arena atrocity as different versions of blowback, writes Peter Oborne.
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.
Britain’s Secret Political Police
A who’s who of the U.K. radical left over the past half century was infiltrated by “spycops,” reports Asa Winstanley, who has personal involvement with this story.
Britain’s Profiteering Spymasters Ignored the Country’s Biggest Threats
While spinning the revolving doors, they have endangered the public by neglecting bigger security threats, like coronavirus and climate change, write Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis.
UK Security Services Neutralized Country’s Leading Liberal Newspaper
The Guardian has been successfully deterred from producing its former adversarial reporting on the “security state,” report Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis.
Living in a World Bereft of Privacy
As Edward Snowden confirmed beyond doubt, we live in a world where our most intimate moments can be seen by would-be extortioners and, more alarmingly, by our governments, says Annie Machon.