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Revealed: The Miscarriages of Justice Carried Out under the European Arrest Warrant

Some of us remember the awful case of the Birmingham Six. Half a dozen innocent civilians jailed for terrorist atrocities, the mass killing of civilians and soldiers by the IRA in two Midlands pubs, back in 1974. Detection is often an extremely precarious business with terrorist cases. But in the anger and desperation that followed, six Irishmen were fitted up by a combination of several police officers and the presentation of flawed forensic evidence by an improbably named, Dr Skuse. Nov 15, 2014 7:49 AM PT

Unions Still Supporting Millionaire Public Sector Salaries at the Expense of Their Own Front-Line Workers

This week front-line civil service workers went out on strike. And on Monday (13th) the public services unions did likewise. They oppose cuts to their wages and their jobs. But at the top of the Civil Service, and higher echelons of Britain’s local councils, wage inflation over the past decade runs at more than 60 percent; and some 38,000 public sector managers earn £100,000 per year, or more. Oct 21, 2014 6:30 AM PT

EXCLUSIVE: Labour Press Officer Speaks out About Defection to UKIP

A little while ago, I took a giant step forward and joined UKIP: the ‘people’s army’. Was I right? There are now around forty thousand of us members. But my own journey was a little different. For a small part of my professional career, a decade ago, I’d served as a Labour Party Press Officer working closely on a daily routine with Cabinet ministers and ambitious special advisers, including Ed Balls and Ed and David Miliband. Aug 6, 2014 3:35 AM PT


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