In the month since its last report, the SKWAWKBOX has been busier than ever. Some of the highlights:
- exposing the DWP’s malpractice in abuse of CCTV footage and the use of fake Facebook profiles to entrap disabled people – and its decision to slow down emergency payments to some of the UK’s poorest people after the bitter weather
- published the list of MPs who voted to prevent over a million poor children receiving free school meals
- exposing a gaping hole in the monitoring and reporting of donations to MPs
- revealing the definitive stories of the Christine Shawcroft controversies
- exposing government evasiveness about the sham of Theresa May’s ‘meeting’ of her so-called ‘rough-sleeping task-force’
- exposing the hidden threat in the government’s announcement of its decision to abandon phase two of the Leveson inquiry
- highlighting the government doing exactly what Corbyn had called for in his Commons speech on the Salisbury attack – after the Establishment spent days attacking him for the call
- bringing evidence of the BBC tampering with an image of Jeremy Corbyn to thousands of readers
- exposing alleged comments undermining Theresa May by a senior minister
- revealing the key trigger that forced Labour to announce the resignation of its General Secretary Iain McNicol – and the real starting point of the drama
- scooping the ‘MSM’ to reveal Jennie Formby’s decision to be the first and leading applicant for the position that McNicol was vacating – and revealing the extent of NEC support for her candidacy
- revealing Momentum founder Jon Lansman’s decision to step down from the General Secretary race
- revealing the bizarre response of Tory MP Philip Davies to questions about alleged bullying of a journalist.
- revealing the false allegations about Labour’s National Policy Forum meeting and the plans made in advance by the Labour right to hijack the meeting
- exposing failings and serious allegations in Sandwell, a heartland of the Labour right’s West Midlands stronghold
- identifying the latest Tory plant to get to ask the first question on the BBC’s Question Time programme
- revealing a BBC journalist leaking sensitive information to anti-Corbyn figures in the London borough of Haringey – and the BBC’s arrogant response
- exposing civil service conducting ‘work-ups’ to get ready for Labour government
- exposing a fake Grenfell account discrediting genuine survivor and campaign groups
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