The first thing I thought the evening of November 8, 2016 was the 2010 gerrymandering, voter suppression hijinks and election tampering in Republican states worked as intended. 1,192 more words
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A Dartford man who forged election nomination papers four years ago has been handed a seven-month prison sentence.
English Democrat Steve Uncles was found guilty of seven counts of forgery and two counts of falsifying a statement relating to candidates on election nomination. 400 more words
George Osborne, the financial adviser, after-dinner speaker, author, Kissinger Fellow, chairman of the Northern Powerhouse project, newspaper editor and MP.
Here in the UK, a sitting MP, and a member of the party in office, is the editor of London’s only newspaper. 1,706 more words
Did Uncle-Daddy have access to the CIA’s hacking tool kit before even the NYT? Or was it before the NSA had bothered to check their old flash drives for evidence of Office of Naval Intelligence interference in the workings of the Deep State that had penetrated the Even Deeper State to find there was a Shallow State that seemed to be floating around the place not doing much at all. 1,806 more words
Thanks go to a couple of people who coincidentally both pointed me to the same article. If they’d like to be named, I’ll edit accordingly. 1,221 more words
News broke across most of the mainstream media today of the questioning by police ‘under caution’ of Tory MP Craig McKinlay in relation to electoral expense fraud – and that numerous Tory MPs have been warned by police to expect news of possible charges. 582 more words