Instead of recognizing the apolitical nature of this event, the British Parliament continues to bend its line and talk about Russian problems
Paper apologises for claiming man crafted ‘bombs of the type used in 7/7 attacks,’ and MI6 agent who informed on ‘ricin plot’ releases book.
The new ‘classical liberal’ right has started a campaign to takeover UKIP. Is the UK on the verge of a Trumpian revolution?
No bombing inquest until October, Tommy Robinson isn’t in a Muslim jail, Tom Secker gets more documents.
Debunking Saturday’s Free Tommy Robinson protest speakers with facts instead of feelings.
Keelan joins Porkins Policy Radio to discuss the truth behind Tommy Robinson’s arrest and the media circus that surrounds it.
Why Tommy Robinson was jailed for contempt of court and the absolute circus of misinformation that surrounds the story.
As Tommy Robinson is jailed for 13 months, here’s what he did and why these actions do NOT help the victims of alleged child grooming gangs.
‘The Night of the Bomb,’ brings new evidence to light, but brushes over so-called ‘intelligence failures,’ Britain’s role in Libya, and contradictions in the official story.
You can’t consistently win at roulette just by developing a betting progression and utilizing it. That just doesn’t work.
Protesters gathered outside a Ladbrokes on Lincoln high street today to raise the issue of animal cruelty at the Grand National.
Some of the most profitable and successful poker players in the last year.
Did NASA land on the moon and can they go back under Trump? Nexus magazine’s Marcus Allen explores this question at this month’s Doomwatch. in Peterborough.
In the age of fake news, are we forgetting the power of movies and entertainment to shape our culture? And what if those shaping it are the Department of Defense, CIA and other arms of the state?
There are many games out there that could become the next esports sensations. Here are three of them.
Government announces plans for a ‘National Security Communications Unit’ to counter fake news, amidst claims that Russia hacked Brexit.
Why alternative media emerged, why I launched WideShut, alt media and Trump, and the dangers of online echo chambers.
Parsons Green not guilty plea, Manchester Bombing inquests pushed back until summer, and MI5 investigates itself.
Although it’s banned in the United States, Google is still cashing in on payday loans ads in the UK.
Lincolnshire residents unable to heat their homes this winter are being offered emergency support by Responders to Warmth.
Lincoln locals get in to it with American preacher Daniel Courney. What’s the true meaning of Christmas?
Thousands of people dressed as Santa will take to the streets on 17 December, for the annual University of Lincoln Santa Fun Run.
Toys ‘R’ Us at Lincoln’s St Marks shopping centre has avoided closure, as the company begins a financial restructuring in the UK.
Exploring politics at the University of Lincoln and the university’s various political societies.
Local Fight Factory Wrestling is gearing up to tackle cancer following two successful events at the Engine Shed
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.
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.