Baron John Kerr is a member of the Executive Committee of the European branch of the Trilateral Commission. He regrets having authored Article 50 that made Brexit possible. Kerr has served on many boards of several giant companies like Shell and Rio
Update 2: Theresa May will convene her cabinet on Wednesday evening for what the FT has dubbed "a historic meeting" on Brexit after the UK and EU reportedly agreed on the text of a withdrawal treaty. And with the Brexit text having been agreed upon
It's no coincidence that a veritable public relations advertisement concealed as an article in the Daily Mail regarding the microchipping of thousands of Swedish people would soon be followed up by an article announcing yet more microchipping of em
London becomes Most Islamic City with an increasing number of new mosques as well as shariah courts beating Muslim countries out of this race. London has shown an increasing scale of Islamic faith with hundred of shariah courts opening and many ne
In a documentary to mark the Prince of Wales' 70th birthday his family describes the man the public does not see.
A memorandum leaked from within the British government gives a taste of a possible finale to the Brexit drama: Prime Minister Theresa May hails a deal in just over 10 days, supporters cheer as arranged, and the pact is put to a vote in parliament on
Is this an export we can be proud of?
An unnamed UK defense company has been granted a license to supply an unlimited quantity of goods to China's military, "including airborne radar technology likely to be used by the PLA Air Force," reports Stephen Chen of SCMP.
After months of internecine squabbling between the different factions of Theresa May's conservative party, it appears the prime minister might finally be close to securing a deal that stands a chance of winning parliamentary approval, thanks to a maj
Activists Won the UK's First Court Case Against 5G, Removing the Gag from an Engineer Who Warned of Its Dangers
Members of Parliament from Great Britain and Canada are pushing to have Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testify before them and answer questions about his company's data privacy practices and disinformation being spread on the social media platform.
Twelve years ago this month, WikiLeaks began publishing government secrets that the world public might otherwise never have known.
As pressure continues to mount over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Washington and London are weighing their next moves
5G companies play on the ignorance of local politicians to get what they want, and when that doesn't work, slander, bullying, smearing and label-lynching become the strategy du jour. However, 5G can only be dealt with on a local basis. ? TN Edito
A leading businessman has been granted an injunction against The Telegraph to prevent this newspaper revealing alleged sexual harassment and racial abuse of staff.
Men, after a certain age -- as nature seems to have intended to preserve the human race -- are often sexually attracted to women. Women, similarly, are often sexually attracted to men, even if many cultures try to keep that proclivity a closely-guard
On July 24, 2018, Britain's Home Secretary, conservative MP Sajid Javid, issued orders for research into the ethnic origins of the country's many sexual grooming gangs that had involved large numbers of loosely-termed "Asian men", who, over many year
To borrow a Shakespearean expression turned colloquialism, "there's something rotten in the state of Denmark."
Assange invited Liz Hayes into his small world, where he talked about thoughts of escape, running for the Australian Senate and how long he can sustain his diplomatic stand-off
...on Dublin mini-moon or Prince Harry's pal's wedding. The happy couple were beaming as they touched down in Sydney this morning
The "special relationship" between the United States and the United Kingdom is often assumed to be one where the once-great, sophisticated Brits are subordinate to the upstart, uncouth Yanks.
Update 2: After two days of frenzied negotiations, Reuters has finally confirmed that EU and UK negotiators have decided to put discussions surrounding a preliminary Brexit agreement on hold.
Britain's military has engaged in a massive cyber-strike war game scenario which envisioned an attack on Russia's power grid which would black out all of Moscow.
Britain is to step up its military presence in the Arctic significantly amid concerns about growing Russian aggression "in our back yard", the Defence Secretary reveals today.
The Eagles lyric from the 1970s is nearly as old as the United Kingdom's membership of the EU, but it is an apt description for her predicament.
In a warning shot to Russia, Gavin Williamson said the Government was drawing up a 'defence Arctic strategy' with hundreds of commandos being deployed to Norway next year
After the EU rebuked Theresa May's Chequers proposal, the chance of a hard Brexit rose sharply. The EU is now preparing.
The UK/NATO propaganda group Bellingcat asserts that the man in the left picture is the same man as the person in the other two pictures.
At the demise of empire, City of London financial interests created a web of secrecy jurisdictions that captured wealth from across the globe and hid it in a web of offshore islands.