Is the UK government making it easier to get away with war crimes? (Apsana Begum MP)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Apsana Begum MP of the Labour Party. She discusses the privatised Serco Test & Trace and its failures during the coronavirus pandemic, the new 3 tier system of local lockdown measures, the ‘overseas operations bill’ which could immunise war crimes, torture and rape by British agents and soldiers … Read More >Is the UK government making it easier to get away with war crimes? (Apsana Begum MP)

More people die at home from cancer, heart disease & dementia in UK since start of Covid-19 pandemic

Cancer and other leading causes of death have claimed a higher number of UK lives in private homes this year, new data shows. Hospital admissions for non-coronavirus conditions significantly decreased during the pandemic. … Read More >More people die at home from cancer, heart disease & dementia in UK since start of Covid-19 pandemic

‘Left behind’: UK hospitality workers bang pots & pans to make Parliament hear their pleas amid coronavirus restrictions (VIDEO)

Hospitality sector workers and business owners in the UK have staged a protest outside Parliament to demand a review of the government’s “arbitrary” Covid-19 restrictions and secure more support for their businesses. … Read More >‘Left behind’: UK hospitality workers bang pots & pans to make Parliament hear their pleas amid coronavirus restrictions (VIDEO)

Too tanked for Tridents? Royal Navy officer in charge of nukes reportedly came to work drunk & clutching bag of BBQ chicken

The British nuclear submarine dubbed “HMS Sex and Cocaine” by the tabloids is in trouble again. An officer responsible for its nuclear missiles reportedly showed up for duty drunk during a port call in the US. … Read More >Too tanked for Tridents? Royal Navy officer in charge of nukes reportedly came to work drunk & clutching bag of BBQ chicken

UK-Made Drones Could Have Been Used as Targets in Turkey’s Alleged S-400 Test, US Media Claims

The US strongly opposed the Turkish intention to buy Russian-made air defence systems and recently warned Ankara against officially deploying it, let alone running practical tests. Numerous reports, however, have suggested that Turkey plans to test its S-400s between 10 and 16 October. … Read More >UK-Made Drones Could Have Been Used as Targets in Turkey’s Alleged S-400 Test, US Media Claims

Brexit ‘trade talks are over’: UK sees no point in more negotiations unless EU changes its stance

The UK sees no point in continuing trade talks with the EU unless it “fundamentally changes” its position, a spokesman for Britain’s PM Boris Johnson has said, blaming the bloc for failed negotiations. … Read More >Brexit ‘trade talks are over’: UK sees no point in more negotiations unless EU changes its stance