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Blogs & articles

  • A fishy story about faulty electric vehicles? +

    A news story about a luxury electric vehicle catching fire went global last week but, asks Alison Fogg, did the media miss the real story? Read More
  • Conclusive evidence of the Russian state’s guilt in Skripal case is lacking — and that's important +

    It is difficult to obtain 100% proof in cases such as the Sergey Skripal poisoning. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't demand as much evidence — from our politicians and law enforcement — as possible writes David Morrison. Read More
  • Why fracking is in big trouble +

    The more the industry tries to force shale gas on angry communities, the more toxic it becomes writes David Powell. Read More
  • Exclusive: Fight against ‘draconian’ INEOS injunction goes to Court of Appeal +

    Anti-fracking campaigner Joe Corré has taken his legal case against chemical giant INEOS to the Court of Appeal in the latest twist to this David and Goliath fight writes Andy Rowell. Read More
  • Why PR agencies and their spin should be the subject of greater scrutiny +

    When Bell Pottinger came crashing down earlier this year, you could be forgiven for wondering why it hadn’t prepared a better crisis strategy to deal with the fall-out writes Will Dinan. Read More
  • Time to fix the revolving door rules for special advisers +

    A former PM’s political aide and special adviser to UK business and energy secretary Greg Clark now works for fracking and chemical giant INEOS's lobbyists. Yet under the broken system regulating the revolving door the public has no right to know writes Melissa Jones. Read More
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