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April 19, 2014
17:15 // 5 days ago
February 18, 2014
This photo of Prince Charles dressed in a traditional Saudi Arabian uniform speaks for itself, really.

This photo of Prince Charles dressed in a traditional Saudi Arabian uniform speaks for itself, really.

21:28 // 2 months ago
December 3, 2013

Guardian editor says paper’s coverage barely scratched the surface of Snowden leaks

  • one percent of the materials leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden have been published by The Guardian, according to editor Alan Rusbridger. Rusbridger spoke before a Parliamentary committee on Tuesday, where he said the UK would not bully the paper into ending its coverage, but also acknowledged that The Guardian doesn’t plan to publish much more of the content it received from the former NSA contractor. source
15:45 // 4 months ago
October 8, 2013
19:21 // 6 months ago
August 18, 2013
This is obviously a rather profound escalation of their attacks on the news-gathering process and journalism. It’s bad enough to prosecute and imprison sources. It’s worse still to imprison journalists who report the truth. But to start detaining the family members and loved ones of journalists is simply despotic. Even the Mafia had ethical rules against targeting the family members of people they felt threatened by. But the UK puppets and their owners in the US national security state obviously are unconstrained by even those minimal scruples.
Glenn Greenwald • In a column discussing the detention of his partner, David Miranda, by British authorities. Greenwald hasn’t talked directly to Miranda since the incident—mainly because the authorities took Miranda’s communication devices—but he says that Miranda is reportedly in good spirits and “defiant” about what’s happened to him.
23:03 // 8 months ago
July 9, 2013
17:33 // 9 months ago
June 21, 2013
The infamous “McLibel” pamphlet: Co-authored by a police officer
In the UK, the “McLibel” case, involving the not-super-flattering claims in the pamphlet above, was one of the country’s longest-running. (And although McDonald’s won, it was a black eye for the company because a court found that most of the claims in the pamphlet were true.) But here’s the fun part, which only surfaced this week: One of the authors of the pamphlet was an undercover police officer attempting the infiltrate the group that put out the flyer. Oh.

The infamous “McLibel” pamphlet: Co-authored by a police officer

In the UK, the “McLibel” case, involving the not-super-flattering claims in the pamphlet above, was one of the country’s longest-running. (And although McDonald’s won, it was a black eye for the company because a court found that most of the claims in the pamphlet were true.) But here’s the fun part, which only surfaced this week: One of the authors of the pamphlet was an undercover police officer attempting the infiltrate the group that put out the flyer. Oh.

10:32 // 10 months ago
June 2, 2013
nbcnews:

A royal legacy: Queen Elizabeth celebrates 60 years on the British throne
(Photo: Max Mumby / Indigo via Getty Images file)
Queen Elizabeth, who last year celebrated the diamond jubilee of her ascent to the throne, will mark the 60th anniversary of her coronation this weekend.
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A royal legacy: Queen Elizabeth celebrates 60 years on the British throne

(Photo: Max Mumby / Indigo via Getty Images file)

Queen Elizabeth, who last year celebrated the diamond jubilee of her ascent to the throne, will mark the 60th anniversary of her coronation this weekend.

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19:11 // 10 months ago
May 22, 2013
15:26 // 11 months ago
April 21, 2013
We have confidence in London. We put on the Olympics, so we can do this.
London Marathon observer Nicola Selwood • Discussing the London Marathon, taking place less than a week after the Boston Marathon bombing incident. Despite this, the incident is going on as planned, though with higher security. As part of the event, a campaign among runners is picking up steam, recommending that, as runners cross the finish line, they put their hands over their hearts.
11:13 // 1 year ago