Debate between Spaho and Balluk: You have neither the ethics nor the courage to mention my family

21:18 24/11/2022 The marathon plenary session of the parliament is still going on. Recently, there was a debate with the deputy of the DP, Edmond Spaho and the deputy prime minister Balluku. The reason is the mention of the Balluku family. Edmond Spaho: Now one last clarification for Mrs. Belinda Balluku, the deputy prime minister. … Read more

Government’s former commercial chief ‘took a job at Greensill without telling ethics watchdog’

New ‘croynism’ row as it is revealed the Government’s former commercial chief Bill Crothers ‘took a job at Greensill without the Whitehall ethics watchdog being told’ amid questions over ex-PM David Cameron’s links to firm Business card obtained by Labour raised fresh questions about the businessman  Lex Greensill had No 10 email address and landline … Read more

Roy Greenslade lectures newspapers on ethics yet his own duplicity beggars belief, writes GUY ADAMS

When Boris Johnson was in charge of The Spectator, he ran an article accusing Roy Greenslade of being part of a secret ‘Republican cell at the heart of The Guardian’, whose members were conspiring to make it publish ‘editorials that lean alarmingly towards the IRA’. There followed an almighty stink. First, Mr Greenslade’s editor Alan … Read more

RUTH SUNDERLAND: Ethics will pay a dividend post Covid

RUTH SUNDERLAND: Trust depends on competence and ethics, to regain it in a post-Covid world, businesses must live up to new, higher expectations Trust, social cohesion and good governance are key to any sound business – and of a sound economy  Businesses have the chance to regain the trust they lost in the financial crisis … Read more

Ethics of Elon Musk’s Neuralink and other brain chips questioned

Elon Musk‘s Neuralink is just one of many companies working on a brain chip and although the implants may be imminent, experts warn it comes with ethical matters.  Researchers at North Carolina University note brain-computer interface (BCI) technologies that aim to enhance cognitive abilities could question the authenticity of people’s achievements, as they may be … Read more

Russia’s top doctor quits over ‘gross violations’ of ethics that rushed through Covid-19 ‘vaccine’ 

Russia‘s leading respiratory doctor has quit over ‘gross violations’ of medical ethics that rushed through Putin’s coronavirus ‘vaccine’.  Professor Alexander Chuchalin quit the Russian health ministry’s ethics council after making a fierce attack on the new Sputnik V drug ahead of the body approving its registration.  Amid deep scepticism among Western experts over the drug, … Read more