Jenna Corderoy

environment

G20 Countries Spend $452 Billion a Year Propping Up Fossil Fuel Companies

G20 leaders promised the world in 2009 that they would put an end to the massive subsidies propping up fossil fuel companies. Surprisingly enough, six years later they are nowhere near.
Jenna Corderoy
11.12.15
defense & security

Is the UK Set To Become ‘The Most Intrusive and Unaccountable Regime in the West’?

Proposed new legislation will allow UK law enforcement agencies to see every website someone has visited over the course of a year, without a warrant, in what appears to be a world first.
Jenna Corderoy
11.6.15
Europe

We Might Finally Get Some Truth About the UK’s Role in Iraq — But Not Until Next Year

Launched in 2009, the Chilcot Inquiry was tasked with examining the country’s involvement in the Iraq War. Costing millions of pounds to the UK taxpayer, and suffering from years of delay, the report is finally on the horizon.
Jenna Corderoy
10.29.15
Europe

The Islamic State Is Failing, Say Imams and Muslim Scholars in New Online Magazine

As religious figures declare that the Islamic State is failing to establish a caliphate, IS propagandists are exploiting new ways to target the vulnerable online.
Jenna Corderoy
10.8.15
Europe

Three London Schoolgirls Who Left for Syria Make Contact With Their Families

A report looks into the realities that young women face when they join the Islamic State, as one of girls who traveled to Syria in February apparently tells her family they are not returning to the UK.
Jenna Corderoy
5.28.15
Europe

Should We Stay or Should We Go? Britain to Decide on its European Future

The UK's ruling Conservative Party is pressing ahead with its manifesto pledge to hold a referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union — an issue which divides the country.
Jenna Corderoy
5.21.15
defense & security

The UK's Next Leader Is Going to Face Some Serious Questions on Nukes

The UK's nuclear deterrent has divided British politics for generations, and the next leader of the country faces some very difficult decisions after the general election on May 7.
Jenna Corderoy
5.1.15
Europe

Alleged Captain of Migrant Boat Disaster Appears in Court as Critics Call EU Leaders' Pledge 'Not Enough'

Alleged captain of a migrant boat crammed with hundreds of migrants faces possible charges of homicide and people-trafficking, while EU leaders announce measures to boost search-and-rescue operations
Jenna Corderoy
4.24.15
Europe

UK's Cameron Casts Conservatives as 'the Party of Working People' With Controversial Housing Pledge

The Tories aren't the only ones to venture onto their opponents' traditional turf with their election manifesto — Labour used its own launch to hammer the message of "fiscal responsibility."
Jenna Corderoy
4.14.15
defense & security

'Tricky Issues' and Cautious Optimism: Iran Nuclear Talks Continue as Deadline Approaches Fast

Foreign ministers are continuing their talks in Switzerland over Iran's nuclear program, but as Tuesday's deadline looms, differences over key issues still persist.
Jenna Corderoy
3.31.15
Europe

Germanwings Co-Pilot Was Treated for Suicidal Tendencies in the Past, Say Investigators

Prosecutors have revealed that Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot of Germanwings flight 4U9525, which crashed last week killing 150 people, had past treatment for suicidal tendencies.
Jenna Corderoy
3.30.15
africa

Gunmen Named and Accomplices Arrested in Tunisia Museum Attacks, as Death Toll Rises

Two gunmen responsible for Wednesday's attack on the Bardo museum in Tunis have been identified and nine suspects have been detained. Meanwhile, the number of victims has risen to 23.
Jenna Corderoy
3.19.15
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