Tag: Richard Norton-Taylor

The British Coup That Wasn’t Quite?

Allegations about efforts within the U.K. establishment to bring down Britain’s Labour government in the 1960s and 70s have resurfaced with a file released on Tuesday by the National Archives, Richard Norton-Taylor reports.

Sweeping Threat to Free Speech in UK

Journalists and civil-society staffers could be sentenced to life imprisonment for offences committed under a bill championed by Home Secretary Prit Patel, Richard Norton-Taylor reports. 

Britain’s Occupied Territory

Richard Norton-Taylor flags the U.K.’s dispute with Mauritius over sovereignty of the Chagos archipelago in the Indian Ocean, where the largest island hosts a major U.S. bomber base.