Last night, UK Prime Minister David Cameron "threatened" to prosecute the four oil giants who stand accused (along with intermediary price reporter Platts) of manipulating the oil price for their own advantage - if they're found guilty. Why is he only threatening to do so? And why did he only threaten to do so after the EC had already caught them at it?
Rotherham in 2012 is bad enough: but the 2008 Stafford psychiatric childcare fraud is still in play.28 Nov
Serial child-napping fraud George Hibbert is still at large and in practice. Can Jeremy Hunt explain why?
The last few days have seen the spotlight on a Left-dominated Rotherham Council behaving in....well, the manner we've grown used to when it comes to Left-dominated local Councils.
More is going to emerge very soon as to what's going down in Rotherbedlam. But most people still (inexplicably) think that insanity and corruption at local level, once revealed, will be dealt with.
Iain Duncan Smith probably went home last night feeling satisfied that he had done his job well, putting forward his case for benefit cuts that will push thousands - maybe hundreds of thousands - of people out of their homes, on the BBC's Question Time. After all, he had the last word, didn't he?
Perhaps he didn't count on the absolute…
Israel’s rape of Gaza’s Natural Resources
What the conflict is really about
Israel is openly taking Palestinian gas from the Gaza offshore marine area
Back in 2000 Gas was discovered close to shore off Gaza. The vast majority of this vital resource lies within the Gaza Marine Area. Israel from the onset decided it wanted the entire field for its own purposes having decided to changeover to Natural Gas as the main fuel for its power stations and industry.
For those who wished to view and read all of Daniel's articles (and GW Hardin's commentary, I have collected them all in one place, and put the links to those articles below (as pdf files). These are listed in alphabetical order.
Full public inquiry and special commission must happen now
21st Century Wire
As the rippling waves emanating from the cesspool that is Sir Jimmy Savile's legacy break on the shores of the British establishment, it is becoming increasingly clear how the establishment is attempting once again to protect its own.
In response both to Tom Watson's questioning in the House of Commons - and the fabulous impromptu…