Canada and the EU signed a deal last year. It had been kept a secret from the public right until the final stages. Once passed into law, it will allow the British government to be sued in secret tribunals by multinational Canadian and American businesses, under a system so arcane that even those who negotiated the deal have admitted that it needs to change.
Home of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House is an independent policy institute based in London. A source of independent analysis and ideas for decision-makers in government and the private sector, Chatham House is also a forum for informed debate of the most pressing challenges to global security and prosperity.
Wikipedia is popularly perceived as a free-for-all, especially by users of the site who have never taken an interest in its internal workings. Its motto gives some credence to the notion of anarchy: “the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit.” While the motto is literally true, it contains an implication of anarchy that is no longer accurate.
As a certification company, CL enables companies of all sizes to have their products tested for potential inclusion in its list of Approved Quality products and bear the CL Seal. CL has tested more than 1,800 products, representing over 350 different bran