The U.K. anticipated a “serious confrontation between Russia and Ukraine” as far back as 1992, declassified files show, Phil Miller reports. One senior official even questioned whether Ukraine was “a real country.”
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‘Blowback:’ UK, Libya & the Manchester Attack
Phil Miller introduces a film probing the role of British foreign policy in contributing to the atrocity.
British Army’s White Phosphorus Addiction
U.K. troops fire controversial white phosphorus ammunition three times a year near safari resorts in east Africa, risking the health of local people, Phil Miller reports.
UK Knew Terrorists Would Gain from Toppling Gaddafi
The revelation raises serious questions about British foreign policy and whether David Cameron misled Parliament, write Phil Miller and Mark Curtis.
Kenyans Petition British Prince
Their families were brutally evicted by the British empire to make way for tea plantations, Phil Miller reports. Now they want the crown to apologize and make reparations.
UK Enables Cameroon’s Abusive Dictatorship
British soldiers are assisting military forces accused of torture, executing children and burning buildings, Phil Miller reports.
The Spy Who Went on Safari
A British soldier who handled a notorious IRA informer also gave spy tips to east African wildlife rangers whose shoot-to-kill anti-poaching policy killed dozens of innocent Kenyans, Phil Miller reports.
Stealing a Nation: Secret SAS Mission to Capture Mideast Oil Artery
British files seen by Declassified-UK reveal details of torture from 1970, when special forces invaded and annexed the Persian Gulf’s most important oil route, Phil Miller reports.
An English Village’s Dirty Secret
Matt Kennard and Phil Miller’s new film about a BAE factory town features an ex-government adviser on Saudi arms sales speaking on camera with a journalist for the first time.
Assange Extradition Case Has So Far Cost British Public Over £300,000
America’s bid to extradite Julian Assange from London is costing the British public hundreds of thousands of pounds in prosecution fees and prison costs, despite serious flaws in the US case, Declassified UK has found.