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Panama Paper Cuts, Kid Politicians and Doctors Strike

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Panama Paper Cuts 

It’s being described as the biggest leak of data in history and a number of the world’s rich, famous and downright well connected have been accused of somewhat aggressive tax avoidance. Dubbed the Panama Papers, the leaked documents tell a sordid story of how the well heeled hide their millions in offshore accounts facilitated by the law firm Mossack Fonesca. Aside from the well meaning, completely legal clients of Mossack Fonesca, the leaked data also claims to reveal how the law firm aided money laundering, sanction dodging and tax evasion (which is not the same thing as tax avoidance). To get a bitesize low down on the Panama Papers head here.

Whatsapp that

Widely used messaging app Whatsapp announced this week that it would introduce end-to-end encryption to all of its communications. This means every message, image, video and voice note can now be fully hidden from hackers and governments alike. The changes have come at a time when privacy is at the front of people’s minds after Apple’s battle with the FBI in the US over decrypting messaging and with the controversial Investigatory Powers Bill in the UK which will extend the government’s surveillance capabilities.


We’re heading into the very final stretch of crowdfunding for our documentary The Haystack which explores exactly these issues. Support the project and come join the conversation by heading here.   

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#GrownUpPolitics

The party political broadcast is the perfect opportunity to set out the party’s intentions in an aired television advert. It’s also one of the few opportunities political parties have because thanks to the Communications Act 2003, political advertising on television is prohibited, except for the regulated party political broadcast.

Ahead of the London Mayoral and Assembly elections in May The Green Party decided to turn their opposition into children. Not literally Taking inspiration from channel 4’s ‘The Secret Life of Five Year Olds,’ the advert sees a young Boris Johnson challenge George Osborne over the Conservative party leadership, and labour leader Jeremy Corbyn trying to establish his authority in the party. 

Refugees deported after EU deal with Turkey


The EU struck a controversial deal with Turkey recently to try and reduce the numbers of migrants reaching Europe. Under the deal, migrants who have arrived illegally in Greece since March 20th are expected to be sent back to Turkey if they do not apply for asylum, or their claim is rejected. Monday saw the first boats return to Turkey from Greece and so far many of the migrants returned to Turkey have been mainly from Pakistan. For every Syrian refugee returned to Turkey, the EU will take in a Syrian refugee whose asylum request has been accepted. The deal has been met with a certain amount of backlash with many claiming that it’s an impossible plan to implement and could be illegal.

Junior doctors strike again


The junior doctors went on strike for the fourth time this week. They still oppose Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt’s plans to change their contracts. The government has argued that the current arrangements are out of date and unfair. The proposed changes have raised concerns within the medical community who fear the changes will impact patient care and get rid of important safeguards that prevent junior doctors from over-working. Negotiations between the British Medical Association and the government have broken down and again and it looks like the first-ever all-out strike (both A & E and intensive care) will take place in three weeks time, this is something that has never happened before. To get the full debate breakdown, Scenes of Reason have a nifty explainer that explains the complete story.  
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