Chancellor’s family directly benefit from mini India Trade Deal
Billionaire hired PM’s little bro immediately after ordering Boris to evade tax
Who sets the Agenda?
BBC Agenda setting and the Russian school of communication.
Having already de-platformed journalists Facebook now sets no limit on the lies its political clients can tell its users. #ElectionRigging
BBC continue to downplay Buzzfeed’s Cambridge Analytica-style Gov.uk data collection scoop.
Dominic Cummings & side-kick Skandar “Boris Johnson” Kemal are following an age old maxim from an age old playbook.
“I don’t want to know what the law is. I want to know who the judge is.” — Trump’s mentor, Roy Cohn
Boris Kemal Johnson is a paedo apologist and a very mixed up man.
Sajid (or Dom’s) splurge, Archbishop of Canterbury’s flip, & more
The one where “Boris” gets all Vichy-like on your ass.
Morgan appointment heralds new McCarthy-style Social Media witch hunt. Be very afraid.
The Tory Party Beauty Contest is coming to an end. And the winner is…Oligopoly Capitalism!
Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos’s soul was sold to the CIA before he was even born. Whereas WikiLeaks’s founder Julian Assange has had to learn to detect and deflect abuse ever since he was a kid.
Amazon Billionaire Jeff Bezos’s soul was sold to the CIA before he was born. Whereas WikiLeaks’s Julian Assange had to detect, deflect, & dodge abuse ever since he was a child. No wonder they’ve taken such different paths.
Asking investors to abandon the UK goes against the UK’s interests. No amount of debate can change that. Yet that is what Parliamentarian and Brexiteer John Redwood has done. How can he be forgiven? Brexit would allow for the UK to frighteningly reinstate capital punishment. I would like to think John Redwood himself might be…
Attention This week Japan wrote an open letter threatening Britain with divorce. The Japanese government said its firms could quit UK over Brexit-related uncertainty. [gview file=”http://londonconversation.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/japan-letter-1.pdf”] And the Financial Times advised British companies to pay attention. A Call to ARMs But despite this, Japan’s SoftBank snapped up Britain’s largest technology firm. What is going on? Is ARM so strategic that SoftBank…