These blogs are designed as informed opinion pieces 

Toxic by Dan Kaszeta – a review

Toxic by Dan Kaszeta – a review

Toxic by Dan Kaszeta – a review (A History of Nerve Agents, From Nazi Germany to Putin's Russia) By Philip Ingram MBE I have the unenviable label attached to my profile as a CBRNE expert partly through modules on my Applied Science degree from The Royal Military...

The Salisbury Poisonings – an informed opinion

The Salisbury Poisonings – an informed opinion

The Salisbury Poisonings - an informed opinion The BBC Drama that has had over 7 million viewers, The Salisbury Poisonings, was a emotional look back at yet another unprecedented incident, the first use of the deadly nerve agent Novichok anywhere in the world, never...

The Skripal affair – a history in blogs

The Skripal affair – a history in blogs

The Skripal affair – a history in blogs and the unanswered questions By Philip Ingram MBE This post is a library giving introductions and links to the 15 blogs I wrote relating to the Skripal attack. There remains a number of unanswered questions which we are unlikely...

COVID-19, A testing opportunity

COVID-19, A testing opportunity

COVID-19, A testing opportunity The issue in tracking the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus throughout the population is that the two tests being suggested are, an untested antibody test, providing best results 21-28 days after showing symptoms of the COVID-19 disease,...

World War 3 battling a virus

World War 3 battling a virus

World War 3 battling a virus By Philip Ingram MBE A war which is unrestricted in terms of the weapons used, the territory or combatants involved, or the objectives pursued, especially one in which the accepted rules of war are disregarded is the definition of ‘Total...

COVID 19 test, but there are tests and tests!

COVID 19 test, but there are tests and tests!

COVID 19 test, but there are tests and tests! by Philip Ingram MBE Some see a perceived lack of testing as the latest stick to beat the government up with the current COVID-19 crisis. The perception that is being left with the general public and with healthcare...

Maintaining business proactivity

Maintaining business proactivity

Maintaining business proactivity By Philip Ingram MBE Travel is being restricted, people are being told to work from home, meeting cancelled, companies are desperately trying to take business online and remote, events are cancelled or postponed. The great British...

COVID-19 an Intelligence assessment

COVID-19 an Intelligence assessment

COVID-19 an Intelligence assessment by Philip Ingram MBE One of the worst things a Prime Minister has to admit to his country is that, “many more families are going to lose loved ones before their time,” as Boris Johnson was forced to say in his press conference about...

Is the change in Terror legislation enough?

Is the change in Terror legislation enough?

Is the change in Terror legislation enough? By Philip Ingram MBE Sudesh Amman, arrested and jailed for preparing acts of terrorism in May 2018 and under the then Terror Legislation was automatically released on license after having served half of his sentence. Ten...