Sunday Times

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TypeSunday newspaper
Founded1821
Author(s)Unknown
Subpage(s)Sunday Times/Deputy Editor
Sunday Times/Editor
Local copyBroken Link: [[{{{local}}}]]
The UK's best selling Sunday newspaper, "a mouth-piece for MI5 and the MOD to run their rubbish through"...

The Sunday Times was a serious, respectable newspaper until Andrew Neil became its editor in the mid-1980s and turned it into a mouth-piece for MI5 and the MOD to run their rubbish through.”
Robin Ramsay (8 November 2000)  [1]

"Freedom Certificates"

In January 2021 "An article published in the UK newspaper on Sunday makes the case for “immunity passports,” which would allow vaccine recipients to be exempt from lockdown restrictions." This was widely criticised on social media, with commenators noting that the idea was termed a "conspiracy theory" only a few months earlier.[2]

Deep State control

At least two of the newspapers' editors (Frank Giles and Denis Hamilton) attended Bilderberg meetings.

The Sunday Times was initially very interested in Sibel Edmonds' revelations, but — like the San Jose Mercury News after Gary Webb revealed the CIA's deep involvement in drug trafficking — sudden reversed their policy without explanation.[3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]


 

Documents sourced from Sunday Times

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Downing Street MemomemoIraq War 2003July 2002Matthew RycroftThe now infamous memo about the 2003 Invasion of Iraq
Document:Downing Street Minutes 23 July 2002memoDowning Street memo23 July 2002Matthew RycroftThe text of a memo written by Matthew Rycroft, a Downing Street foreign policy aide in July 2002 and addressed to David Manning, then foreign policy advisor to Tony Blair who appointed him Ambassador to the US in 2003. Published on 1 May 2005
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