Banks and corporations are being liberated from the rule of law, and are ripping the world apart.
Britain is not corrupt? Only through a ridiculously narrow framing of what corruption is.
The government has torpedoed its promised community energy revolution – to the benefit of big business.
Why will no one answer the obvious, massive question about TTIP?
The great political question of our age is what to do about corporate power. It’s time we answered it.
This bill of rights for corporations will blow up the sovereignty of parliaments
Corporate power is the real enemy within, but none of the major parties will confront it.
Politicians and government contractors now seem to be able to get away with almost anything.
By embracing their critics and colonising governments, corporations engineer a world of conformity and consumerism.
Do those negotiating the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership have any interest in democracy? Here’s a test.
Amazingly, the BBC seems happy to be exploited by covert corporate lobbyists.
Politicians and officials are desperately seeking to justify their transatlantic assault on democracy.
The BBC’s disgraceful failure to reveal who its contributors are speaking for.
Nothing will change until we confront the real sources of power.
That’s what the new rules being smuggled into trade agreements are delivering.
Apple offers 21st Century technology – with 19th Century ethics.
Who killed the plan for cigarettes to be sold only in plain packets?
Under the pretext of preventing hunger, the rich nations are engineering a new scramble for Africa.
Forcing schools into the hands of unelected oligarchs is the latest contradiction of everything the market fetishists claim to stand for.
Billionaires are hiding behind a network of “independent” groups, who manipulate politics on their behalf.