June 2017

For a brief moment it seemed like there would, on this occasion, be no cover-up. Sadly, that turns out to be an illusion. The terms of reference of the public inquiry are limited to investigating how the fire started and how it spread so quickly. This means that the apparent fact that the emergency services […]

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TheĀ GuardianĀ is lying again. This is their recent headline about a European Court of Human Rights judgement against Russia: Russian ‘gay propaganda’ law ruled discriminatory by European court Law banning promotion of homosexuality breaches freedom of expression rules, says European court of human rights There are two lies here. Firstly; the law referred to is concerned […]

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For several years Appleton has been documenting the ever-increasing reach of petty bureaucracy in the UK. She has focussed on several areas including: ‘Safeguarding’ and the notorious ‘Criminal Records Checks’ (now re-branded as ‘DBS’ checks), excesses of local authority litter enforcement officers, the introduction of ‘Public Space Protection Orders’, controls on photography, and many other […]

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How many of the deaths in the Grenfell Tower disaster were avoidable? Possibly all. One man, at least, escaped from the top floor – carrying his disabled mother on his back. It follows that if everyone in the block had received an instruction to leave at this time everyone could potentially have been saved. If […]

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