Britain’s unwritten constitution is still permeated by the medieval concept of Crown immunity. It deems ministers can’t break the law and act not as persons but agents of the Crown, says Mark Curtis.
The war in the former Yugoslavia has been over for a quarter of a century, but the Jasenovac conspiracy of silence, or of extreme “discretion” if one prefers, continues.
Robert FISK By the time Donald Trump was condemning environmentalists as the “perennial prophets of doom” in Davos, his impeachment trial was opening in Washington. But quite by chance, at that very moment, I was reading a new edition of a book by a […]
The current view from Poland is that Hitler and Stalin had basically the same effect on Poland and that the Soviets wanted to start WWII.