Three years after the murder of investigative journalist Daphne Curuana Galizia, Josh Bate investigates whether her work to expose corruption has had any consequences, and the fight to achieve justice for her murder.
Hailed by some as a self-sacrificing hero and others including President Trump himself as an ‘ungrateful TRAITOR’, Chelsea Manning in her various roles as soldier, whistleblower, and activist has created a legacy which is as […]
“A FREE PRESS HAS FAR TOO OFTEN MEANT THE FREEDOM TO SPREAD LIES AND HALF-TRUTHS” Upon reading the above quote you could be forgiven for thinking it had escaped from the lips of the belligerent […]
The liberty of an individual within society is always limited. For society to function, there must exist a degree of oppression on an industrial scale and repression on an individual scale. People cannot simply be […]
For the past couple of weeks, HSBC have dominated headlines over accusations that they have conducted a scheme allowing worldwide tax evasion on a massive scale for some of the richest and most corrupt individuals […]
Peter Oborne’s resignation from the Telegraph last week was bold, poignant and has shocked many, but none more so than the media world. As is the nature of a scandal in a digital age, the fallout […]