Invisible outbreaks sprang up everywhere. The United States ignored the warning signs. We reconstructed how the epidemic spun out of control.
Carole CadwalladrThis is astonishing, illuminating journalism. Incredible to see how individual people caused devastating local outbreaks. It’s not that we’re failing to learn the lessons of history. We’re failing to learn the lessons of 3 months ago
Exclusive: Christopher Steele accuses May government of turning blind eye to Trump allegations
Carole Cadwalladr2 days after Chris Steele wins his libel case against a London-based Russian oligarch, his evidence to parliament surfaces. We are so deeply entwined in the story of Trump & Russia yet there has been no official acknowledgement, no reckoning, zero learned
Boris Johnson has delayed the formation of parliament’s intelligence watchdog after removing a provisional member for disloyalty.The government has been questioned over why the intelligence and
Carole CadwalladrTimes reports longest delay to forming intelligence committee ever as consequences of Johnson blocking publication of its Russia report rumble on. But I don’t understand what’s happened here. Who has blocked Theresa Villiers?
A second Trump term will leave America’s political system and culture looking even more like Orbán’s Hungary.
Carole Cadwalladr‘You create a bigger story to prevent people from talking about the real issues in the country, so you have a completely irrelevant fake debate about symbolically important things’
This about Orban. It’s a warning re Trump. It describes Boris Johnson
The Society of Editors has written to to Number 10 amid concerns the government is campaigning against the mainstream media.
Carole CadwalladrV much hope no 10 will make a statement condemning prosecution of journalist @mariaressa. Your reminder of how it called the reported facts about Dominic Cummings ‘false allegations’ from ‘campaigning newspapers’ & refused to answer journalists’ questions
Supporters say the "cyber libel" trial was aimed at silencing critics of President Rodrigo Duterte.
Carole CadwalladrThis is horrifying. Phillippines court finds @mariaressa guilty of libel. She & another writer now face 6 years in jail. ‘Freedom of the press’ cannot be used as a shield for libel, says judge
After a staff uproar, The Times says the editing process was “rushed.” Senator Tom Cotton’s “Send In the Troops” essay is now under review.
Carole CadwalladrIt took a lot of @nytimes journalists & columnists to break their conditions of employment & speak out to bring about this result. Kudos to all. Speaking up & out has never been more important.
During the pandemic, Nicola Sturgeon has developed a reputation for announcing things just before the UK government does. But there has been no Downing Street follow-up yet to her announcement last week at First Minister’s Questions that there will...
Carole CadwalladrFascinating article from journalist close to #TeamCummings. It’s China’s fault govt didn’t realise seriousness earlier. PHE to blame for the rest. And catastrophic handling of crisis will be used to take axe to Civil Service (Cummings’s plan all along)
Exclusive: chief operating officer told staff programme would be imperfect at launch
Carole CadwalladrSerco admits track & trace not likely to work for months but chief exec says he wanted to 'cement the position of the private sector' in the NHS supply chain. Rage-inducing story from @sloumarsh
Brazil, Russia, Britain and the U.S. have something in common.
Carole CadwalladrWhen this observation was first made, clever, well-read people on here pooh-poohed the simplistic framing. But here it is in @nytimes. There’s something that connects US, UK, Russia & Brazil beyond mass death
Deal may allow Faculty, linked to senior Tory figures, to analyse social media data, utility bills and credit ratings
Carole CadwalladrThere are really crucial questions about how the government is using our data. New story from @davidtpegg & @robevansgdn reveals Faculty - the Vote Leave data firm has won ANOTHER govt contract to process our data