The government, under its own new definition, is an extremist organisation.
Corporations have found a way to punish people for disagreeing with them.
No one seeks to justify the indefinite imprisonment of people who should have been released years ago. Yet it continues.
Using entirely bogus pretexts, the police are deploying oppressive new laws to shut down peaceful protest.
Environmental protesters are forbidden to explain their motivations to juries, making a mockery of justice.
The ease with which I registered my dead goldfish as a waste disposer shows how total regulatory collapse has opened the door to organised crime.
At extraordinary speed, the government is shutting down crucial political freedoms. We must resist while we still can.
If the government’s amendments to the Police Bill are passed, we are on the path to authoritarianism.
Gangs of thugs rampage through the countryside. Yet the police look the other way, and the government does nothing.
When we get ripped off by con artists, in most cases we no longer have any recourse. It’s the result of disastrous political choices.
Our legal action against the government aims to shut down fossil fuels
When political leaders brazenly flout the law, we are heading towards a very dark place.
Anyone seeking to defend life on Earth is now labelled an extremist. Yet the real extremists are those in power.
Those who destroy the living world should be charged with the international crime of ecocide
The Chilcot report is utterly damning; but it’s still not justice.
Beware of politicians making themselves look big by inflating security threats
If you join foreign conflicts you’re prosecuted as a terrorist, however just your cause.
Did an undercover policeman help to instigate a major riot?
A shocking new bill threatens to make this country feel like a giant shopping mall.
A remarkable “mistake” by the police hints at who wields power in the UK.