Counter-terrorism officer floats confused ‘lone wolf’ to ‘known wolf’ narrative surrounding the Parsons Green attack, while Trump says Scotland Yard knew.
Why speculation of TATP is flimsy and how agendas for more police and MI5 resources and internet regulation are being pushed, after Parsons Green.
The best way to get the cheap insurance quote of the car is to shop around and compare the quotes.
Ahead of the Manchester bombing inquests, WideShut asks some important questions about the investigation.
Prior to the 1997 Paris tunnel accident Princess Diana had expressed concerns that her husband Prince Charles planned to have her killed.
Keelan returns to Porkins Policy Radio to discuss all the latest in the Manchester Bombing case.
NGO claims Manchester bomber assembled his ‘sophisticated device with remote detonation capabilities’ by following YouTube guides.
If you are passionate about music, then you must attend these US festivals once in your lifetime.
Was the death of screenwriter Gary Devore in 1997 an improbable accident or an orchestrated assassination?
The positioning, discovery and condition of alleged Manchester bomber Salman Abedi’s body are still not clear.
Terrorists often use code or metaphors to hide their true intentions or to even arouse suspicions regarding their identities and plans.
Manchester Bombing: Confusing police turn attention to Hashem, while the silence surrounding father Ramadan raises serious questions.
The opening coroner’s summary included a new diagram and reveals possible CCTV that would answer many current questions.
Libyan authorities punch more holes in ever-changing Manchester bombing official story.
Listen: Keelan talks to Porkins Policy about the deep state ties to the Manchester and London attacks + supporting article and links.
At best MI5 failed abysmally to fulfill its remit of countering terrorism, and at worst, didn’t stop Abedi because he was some kind of asset or pawn to them.
The failed foreign policy of the UK and its allies in countries like Libya and Syria is contributing to terrorism.
Kicking up a fuss about insignificant photos is a good way to distract the public while reminding those in the know to shut up and fall in line.
The Investigatory Powers Act will store your internet history for a year and allow indiscriminate hacking of devices. Welcome to Big Sister’s 1984.
Trump does 180 on NATO defense pact and begins appointing NeoCons to cabinet.
WideShut looks at the distinctions that should be made between fake news, satire, clickbait, and political opinion.
NATO establishment begins fearmongering about a war with Russia if US backs out of defense pact under Trump.
US states vote for recreational use of weed, but Trump’s incoming cabinet are hardline anti-legalisation.
Hillary is clearly the embodiment of a corrupt system, says film maker John Pilger.
Most Americans are focussed on their vote for President today, but five states are also voting on the legalization of marijuana.
Sir Michael Lyons says recent BBC “attacks” on Corbyn are “quite extraordinary,” while Kuenssberg gets attacked herself.
New study links believing in conspiracy theories with mental stress, but not much else.
Tom Secker makes his long awaited return to the WideShut Webcast to discuss his research in to the state sponsorship of entertainment.
Eagles of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes retracts claims that security knew about Bataclan attacks, as theatre owners brand him insane.
Eagles of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes says Bataclan theatre security never showed up the night of the terrorist massacre.