by MARK CURTIS | 1 October 2021
UK government’s little-known proposed reforms to Britain’s Official Secrets Acts pose far-reaching threats to the media and the public’s right to know. They could land journalists and others in jail for 14 years for publishing information the government claims damages national security.
by DCUK STAFF | 10 June 2021
Britain’s Foreign Office gathered information on Declassified’s head of investigations, Matt Kennard, before rejecting his freedom of information requests — in what appears to be a breach of UK transparency laws.
by MARK CURTIS | 26 April 2021
Millions of its readers believe The Guardian offers critical, independent reporting that is different to the right-wing, billionaire-controlled UK media. But its limited coverage of British foreign and security policies gives a misleading picture of what the UK does in the world. The paper is in reality a defender of Anglo-American power and a key ideological pillar of the British establishment.
by DCUK STAFF | 12 March 2021
The British embassy in Bolivia has publicly accused Declassified UK of running a “campaign of disinformation” over an article it published showing UK support for a coup in the South American country. Declassified has written to the UK Foreign Office demanding the embassy retract and apologise for its serious, false allegation.