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Guest Blogs - recent posts we like

#Budget2015: Welfare for Fossil Fuels, Austerity for the rest - 19 Mar -
Mar 18, 2015 • 3:45 pm • by mika Today, Osborne announced massive tax breaks and subsidies for North Sea oil companies. A new £1.3 billion in subsidies will be handed to oil companies, with the burden transferred to the public. £1.3 billion could cover the costs of employing another 20,000 nurses in the NHS.
When is "fracking" not "fracking"? - 5 Mar -
Energy expert Paul Mobbs, arrested taking action against the government's "misconduct in public office", says that even the cleanest "unconventional" fossil fuel is devastating to the environment in his latest blog...
TTIP: the next phase of the austerity agenda, by Thomas Fazi and Werner Raza - 18 Dec -
A recent report by the Austrian Foundation for Development Research has critically assessed many of the claims about the supposed benefits of TTIP, finding them to be flawed, unrealistic and ideologically biased. Most of the impact assessments on TTIP commissioned by the various European member states and by the European Commission describe the signing of the EU-US trade deal as an ‘economic El Dorado’ that will bring about more growth, more exports and more employment, and will almost single-handedly drag Europe out of the crisis.

Network news

18/03/2015   UK claims power to bug and crack

The British Government has admitted GCHQ has the broad power to bug phones, computers and networks anywhere in the world, even if the target is not a threat to national security nor suspected of any crime.

06/03/2015   Paul Mobbs arrested in Downing Street

MobbseyMobbseyEnvironmental expert and GreenNet trustee Paul Mobbs has been arrested in a attempt to conduct a citizen’s arrest on members of the cabinet for Misconduct in Public Office, resulting from their financial interests in the promotion of fracking.

24/02/2015   Secret source of tax haven data found

A bank you’ve probably never heard of, the Bank for International Settlements, has data on the secret billions held in tax havens which would be invaluable in the fight against corruption and global poverty. But there’s just one problem. They won’t make it public.