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Mazher Mahmood found guilty but tougher questions remain about the ‘Fake Sheikh’


Mazher Mahmood, known as the “Fake Sheikh”, has been found guilty of conspiring to pervert the course of justice.

Tory PR firm made Al-Qaida videos in Iraq for US spooks


The US military paid a British PR firm over half a billion dollars in the wake of the 2003 Iraq invasion to create fake terrorist videos in a covert operation.

Incompetent or corrupt Met coppers lose millions of files


Scotland Yard has lost 13 unsolved murder files and is considering whether they were destroyed by corrupt cops.

Market forces can’t contain cargo chaos death match


The market is a wonderful thing.

The Troublemaker


Swine of Chipping Norton is ready to live high on the hog 

SNP’s growth for Scotland depends on the lobbying industry


The Scottish National Party (SNP)’s vision for Scotland includes much corporate lobbying.

It’s cock-up after Balls-up for blundering blokes of Labour


Poor old Owen Smith can’t stop putting his foot in his mouth.

The Troublemaker


Locking people up in jail for having opinions the government doesn’t like isn’t enough for justice secretary Liz Truss.

A revolving door of people who grant bosses pay rises


The people hired by big companies to decide how much bosses should get paid are earning around £170,000 for attending a handful of meetings.

Pigs have got their snouts in the trough - and so have MPs


Chief constables and senior officers are grabbing tens of thousands of pounds in expenses—on top of huge salaries.

Cameron’s cronyism is a fitting legacy for pig man


David Cameron’s legacy is as it should be. A load of honours for his mates.

Tory government wants Thatchers’ cosy corruption to be kept secret indefinitely


Tory corruption is to be kept secret. Two files entitled “Cementation contract: Mark Thatcher and the Omanis” are listed as being “retained” for 65 years. Two others were “temporarily retained” with no release date.

Extra cash for Tory advisors as Pig Face One finally flies


David Cameron lined up his former chief of staff to become Britain’s new ambassador to France.

The Troublemaker


Troublemaker was shocked to hear the results of this year’s Sats tests for primary school children. Nearly half failed to meet government targets in reading, writing and maths.

Biggest Tory donor raided for money laundering and fraud


The Conservative party’s biggest donor, the telecoms giant Lycamobile, has been raided by French police on suspicion of money laundering and tax fraud.

Ombudsman slams cops over Loughinisland murders in Northern Ireland


Police informants were involved in planning and executing a sectarian attack in which six people were shot dead in a bar in Northern Ireland as they watched a World Cup match in 1994. 

The Troublemaker


A former senior aide to prime minister David Cameron has been convicted of downloading pictures of girls as young as ten in sexual poses.

Blackmail and expenses scandals hit toxic Tories


The Tory expenses scandal keeps ticking. So police have been given extra time to investigate a range of election fraud allegations against Tory MPs.

MPs line their pockets with more cash than ever before


MPs’ expenses claims have soared by more than 40 percent in just five years.

The Tory expenses on the bus go round and round


While many an MP likes an expense to claim, it seems a few are less keen on declaring them.

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