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David Cameron gave spooks a licence to kill and torture


MI5’s agents and informants have been secretly and officially authorised to carry out crimes without scrutiny

The Troublemaker—Royal relative is slammed for making cash from sick sales


The Duchess of Cambridge’s mum Carole has been blasted for ­flogging a Halloween ­costume of a princess ­splattered in blood

The Troublemaker - Tories in a U-turn over conference hologram


It would have at least woken up those who were nodding off at the back. But Jeremy Wright, the culture secretary, has axed plans to give his speech to the Tory conference as a hologram.

The Troublemaker —One in ten in poverty and yet more Tory cuts coming soon


More than one in ten people in Britain live in “persistent poverty”.

The Troublemaker - Second passports for the rich are the must-have buy


Dominica is good, Portugal is better, but Malta is best.

The Troublemaker - 60 percent of cops keep jobs in sexual harassment cases


Some 96 cops were punished for sexual harassment in the last three years—but most kept their jobs.

The Troublemaker - as some loan sharks go bust, beware the ones that remain


BrightHouse, a rent-to-buy loan shark shop, is selling second hand household goods returned by customers—and charging up to 99.9 percent interest.

The Troublemaker - Councils hit homeless people with up to £1,500 in charges


Homeless people face being charged up to £1,500 a year by councils to store their possessions.

The Troublemaker - Jim Ratcliffe leaves a sinking ship to avoid paying more taxes


Britain’s richest man and Troublemaker regular Sir Jim Ratcliffe is off to live in Monaco after spending two years here.

The Troublemaker—The contemptible life of Luke Nash-Jones, a pathetic racist


Alt-right online “personality” Luke Nash-Jones appeared to be one of those who “ambushed” the socialist bookshop Bookmarks on Saturday (see page 3).

The Troublemaker—Tories are stockpiling fear and confusion in their Brexit crisis


Brexit fever is gripping the corridors of Westminster—the latest symptom is potential shortages

The Troublemaker - Anti-corruption police force investigated for corruption


Scotland Yard is embroiled in the largest police corruption inquiry for 40 years.

The Troublemaker - Glasgow shop walkout after workers find hidden cameras


Workers at the Harvest Stores health food shop in Glasgow have walked out after finding hidden cameras in an area where they get changed.

The Troublemaker - richest give just £240 a year to charity - while their wealth rises


The richest people in Britain give the least amount of money to charities, new research has shown.

The Troublemaker - Hillsborough trials set to go ahead


David Duckenfield will face trial for the manslaughter by gross negligence of 95 Liverpool fans who died due to the Hillsborough disaster.

The Troublemaker - Did selling off fire safety training worsen Grenfell Tower disaster?


Did privatisation of essential safety services play a role in the Grenfell Tower fire disaster?

The Troublemaker - Football bosses feast on huge profits from another World Cup


The Fifa World Cup of advertising kicked off last week.

The Troublemaker - Hillsborough accused in court bid to block prosecutions


Six people who face charges in relation to the 1989 Hillsborough football disaster are trying to block the trials from taking place.

The Troublemaker - Inquest opens into the death of Rashan Charles after arrest


An inquest into the death of Rashan Charles opened in north London on Monday. Rashan died in July last year shortly after being stopped by the police in a shop in Hackney, east London.

The Troublemaker - Emotional testimony from survivors of the Grenfell fire


Survivors and the friends and families of people who died in the Grenfell fire gave a harrowing warning last week.

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