They baled out of the bail-out, but the money will still have to come from us. It always has. Read more.
Category: corporate power
If you want to support democracy in Burma, phone Gary Player and the other western businessmen propping up the generals. Read more.
Many of our current crises are the long-term results of a meeting which took place 60 years ago Read more.
A new paper suggests we have been greatly underestimating the impacts of climate change – and the size of the necessary response. Read more.
Even in the rich nations, the babymilk manufacturers are undermining breastfeeding Read more.
New revelations show that Blair’s government is as corrupt as any of those it criticises. Read more.
We need a global campaign for road safety, but not one controlled by the motor industry. Read more.
For how much longer will BAE be allowed to run its own secret service and overrule the armed forces? Read more.
The superstores are suddenly competing to be green. Can we trust them? Read more.
The Iraq disaster has eliminated the last major function of our armed forces. So let’s pay ourselves a war dividend. Read more.
When pundits discuss contentious issues on air, they must reveal their financial interests. Read more.
It isn’t just Exxon which has funded the climate change deniers – Big Tobacco has also played a strange and disturbing role. Read more.
The UK’s competition authorities still seem to be working for the superstores Read more.
They bleat about the free market, then insist that we subsidise them. Read more.
The corporations which helped to immiserate Africa are being given control of its development. Read more.