Having recently seen "political activist comedian" Mark Thomas on his "As Used On The Famous Nelson Mandela" tour (quick review: exceptional; Thomas being much funnier than I remember him from his TV shows, much more relaxed and likeable, and with a good way with portrayal of characters; within 3 hours he can expand around the important points he is making in a manner that just wasn't possible in 30 minutes if TV, where the issue in hand rightly needed prominence; makes me want to head down to Parliament Square and demand the heads of our politicians elected and otherwise; or trolls for Hungerford Bridge. Contender for Starbuck's much-coveted Live Comedy Act of the Year award), I felt the need to do some activision (didn't they make Pitfall?) of my own.
So here's a couple of links [HERE] and [HERE] to papers that Mark presented to the Quadripartite Select Committee (Defence, Foreign Affairs, International Development, Trade and Industry) of the House of Commons, for those who are interested, including the allegations about illegal arms dealing that the Hinduja's buried within the press (thanks in part to the strong bullying arm of Lord Temple-Morris). Or just read his own publication. That'd be easier.