The Panama Papers: Explained

It’s being described as the biggest leak of data in history, bigger than both Wikileaks in 2010 and Edward Snowden’s big leak in 2013, so what’s the biggie with the so called Panama Papers?

The EU: 5 Things David Cameron Wants.


David Cameron didn’t really want Britain to have an EU referendum – he has made it clear he wants Britain to stay in the European Union.He promised in the last General Election that there would be a referendum, though. Why? Because he was worried about losing voters and party members to UKIP – the UK Independence Party headed by Nigel Farage whose lifeblood comes from wanting to leave the EU.

Julian Assange: His crazy story in 60 seconds


Who is Julian Assange?

Julian Assange, the Swedish snowy-haired opinion-divider, founded the website Wikileaks ten years ago. In 2010 the website made headlines by releasing footage showing US soldiers shooting dead 18 civilians from a helicopter in Iraq. That same year, Sweden put out an international arrest warrant on him for charges of rape and sexual assault against two women that summer. Assange was arrested in London in 2010.

Let’s take a fair look at Britain First


“Every single mosque that is built in this country will affect every single one of us, because where there is a mosque there are Muslims and where there are Muslims there is radicalisation” – Jayda Fransen, Deputy Leader of Britain First

Just who are Britain First and why are they causing controversy?

Why do the richest 62 own 50% of the world’s wealth?


“In 2015, 62 individuals had the same wealth as 3.6 billion people – the bottom half of humanity.” This is the latest from an Oxfam report. So 62 people have more wealth than 50% of the world’s population, and the richest 1% now control more wealth than the rest of the world put together.

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