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youtube: 7/7: Crime and Prejudice

A brand new investigative and analytical documentary from the maker of 7/7: Seeds of Deconstruction. It explores the 7/7 cold case via new evidence from the recent inquests and discusses the war on terror in the context of numerous miscarriages of justice and acts of violence committed by the state.

The first section of the film examines the history of the British state's use of double agents, fr…

bbc: Mainstream media hand over riot footage

Untransmitted video from August's riots in London has been handed to police by the BBC, ITN and Sky News after Scotland Yard obtained court orders against the media organisations.

Production orders were made under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984.

The Metropolitan Police said it was "identifying people through pictures, CCTV and through the media to ensure that people are brought t…

counterfire: Darcus Howe’s timely insurrection

Mr. Howe's interview began with the BBC anchor asking, ‘are you shocked by what you've seen?' he responded with ‘no not at all' and proceeded to explain that none of this was new and none of this had been impossible to predict. From then on the anchor woman was visibly channelling Ben Brown of McIntyre fame.

Demotix: Grand National protest at BBC

People protested outside the BBC in White City after a 6 year old gelding 'Inventor' fell in the Silver Cross Handicap Hurdle at the Grand National and due to serious injury was destroyed at the Aintree course. London, UK, 09/04/2011.

BBC: f**k up interview with well spoken Jody McIntyre

See the interview between BBC's Ben Brown and Jody McIntyre on youtube here.

In case you don't know who Jody McIntyre is, he was the guy dragged from his wheelchair on two occassions during the 9 December 2010 (dayX3) anti-cuts/student protests. Read his account of the events as well as the reactions to the BBC interview and the BBC receiving over 5000 complaints.

Read more on this Guardian…

: UAF officer in court over police assault claim

Unite Against Fascism (UAF) officer Martin Smith attended court today near Clapham Junction, as he has been charged with assaulting a police officer during a protest against Nick Griffin on Question Time. London, United Kingdom, 07/09/2010.

: BBC: Toronto man arrested over G20 summit 'plot'

A man in Toronto has been charged with possession of explosives in what police say is an arrest related to a G20 summit in the Canadian city.

Police said Byron Sonne, aged 37, was held after a raid on a home in midtown Toronto.

They said the investigation was part of the ongoing effort to ensure "a safe and secure G20 Summit" held in Toronto this weekend.

Local media said more than 50 offic…

: BBC: 'If I were Prime Minister...'

What would you do if you had the keys to Number 10? What would your key policy be? What single issue is most important to you? What one thing would you do to make things better?

Send your videos to yourpics@bbc.co.uk, or text them to 61124.

If you are filming via webcam or have a large file you can upload here.

To make your 'If I were Prime Minister' video clip, here are some guidelines:

: BBC: Inside MI5 'Documentary'

Three former heads of MI5 chart the changing face of spying. In exclusive interviews with the BBC's Security Correspondent Gordon Corera, they show how MI5 changed from chasing Cold War subversives to hunting down terrorists.