Corporate power is the real enemy within, but none of the major parties will confront it. Read more.
Category archives: corporate power
Politicians and government contractors now seem to be able to get away with almost anything. Read more.
By embracing their critics and colonising governments, corporations engineer a world of conformity and consumerism. Read more.
Do those negotiating the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership have any interest in democracy? Here’s a test. Read more.
Amazingly, the BBC seems happy to be exploited by covert corporate lobbyists. Read more.
Politicians and officials are desperately seeking to justify their transatlantic assault on democracy. Read more.
The BBC’s disgraceful failure to reveal who its contributors are speaking for. Read more.
That’s what the new rules being smuggled into trade agreements are delivering. Read more.
Under the pretext of preventing hunger, the rich nations are engineering a new scramble for Africa. Read more.
Forcing schools into the hands of unelected oligarchs is the latest contradiction of everything the market fetishists claim to stand for. Read more.
Billionaires are hiding behind a network of “independent” groups, who manipulate politics on their behalf. Read more.
Here’s how we can defeat political corruption of the kind that’s destroying US democracy. Read more.
We’re getting a better idea of how billionaires and corporations capture government policy. Read more.
Why have the Year Zero policies of neoliberalism not been abandoned? Read more.
Why the private sector should be subject to freedom of information laws. Read more.
Through a network of unbalanced, almost-invisible committees, the government gets what it wants. Read more.
Cameron tells us to trust business: as he hands it the keys to the nation. Read more.