Unlike Germany and France, for instance, which at times reluctantly follow Washington’s orders, Britain is an eager co-participant in U.S. adventurism, says Joe Lauria.
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UK Govt Deployed 15 Staff on Secret Op to Seize Assange
New information raises further concerns about the politicization of the WikiLeaks founder’s legal case, Matt Kennard reports.
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.
Assange’s Judge Is Longtime Friend of Minister Who Oversaw Arrest
Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis report on the personal ties between two men with major roles – one past and the other pending — in the case of the WikiLeaks publisher.
Former British Minister: ‘Israelis Think They Control the Foreign Office. And They do!’
Matt Kennard reports on revelations of Israeli state influence on U.K. politics in Alan Duncan’s recently published diaries.
Revealed: UK Campaign to Force Assange From Ecuadorian Embassy
A wide-ranging UK government campaign was brought to bear on Ecuador to press it to hand over WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange, new information by Declassified UK reveals.