| Luke Harding |
|Born||Luke Daniel Harding|
21 April 1968
|Alma mater||University College (Oxford)|
Luke Harding is a British journalist who is a foreign correspondent for The Guardian. He was expelled from Russia in 2011. 'Blackcatte' referred to him as "the Guardian's #1 Russia-Hater", Craig Murray as an "MI6 mouthpiece" and Kit Klarenberg (for Sputnik) as "MI6 tool".
Expulsion from Russia
Harding and was based in Russia from 2007 until, returning from a stay in the UK on 5 February 2011, he was refused re-entry to Russia and deported back the same day. The Guardian said his expulsion was linked to critical articles he wrote on Russia, a claim denied by the Russian government. After the reversal of the decision on 9 February 2011 and the granting of a short-term visa, Harding chose not to seek a further visa extension. His 2011 book "Mafia State" discusses his experience in Russia and the political system under Vladimir Putin.
Disinterest in Katherine Horton's case
A Quote by Luke Harding
|Orbis Business Intelligence||“The @Telegraph story claiming a link between Sergei #Skripal and Christopher Steele's company Orbis is wrong, I understand. Skripal had nothing to do with Trump dossier. Skripal had nothing to do with Trump dossier.”||2018|
|Document:Muellergate and the Discreet Lies of the Bourgeoisie||Blog post||1 April 2019||Craig Murray||The capacity of the mainstream media repeatedly to promote the myth that Russia caused Clinton’s defeat, while never mentioning what the information was that had been so damaging to Hillary, should be alarming to anybody under the illusion that we have a working “free media”.|
|Document:Sputnik Gatecrashes Launch of Mark Urban's Book 'The Skripal Files'||Article||5 October 2018||Kit Klarenberg|
|Sputnik Gatecrashes Launch of Mark Urban's Book 'The Skripal Files'|
|Document:The Assange Arrest is a Warning From History||Article||12 April 2019||John Pilger||Leni Riefenstahl, close friend of Adolf Hitler, whose films helped cast the Nazi spell over Germany told me that the message in her films, the propaganda, was dependent not on “orders from above” but on what she called the “submissive void” of the public: "When people no longer ask serious questions, they are submissive and malleable. Anything can happen.”|
|Document:Where They Tell You Not to Look||blog post||30 April 2018||Craig Murray||Craig Murray's rule number one of real investigative journalism: 1. Look Where They Tell You Not to Look|
- "Enemy of the state"
- "Russia U-turns over Guardian journalist's deportation"