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February 21, 2017

'How the UK government can hack your personal data'

From the moment you set foot on British soil, your personal data could easily be accessed, or even hacked, by the government. New invasive legislation has been dubbed by critics as one of the...

Mayor's former aide needs bodyguards after sparking religious row

We can reveal that the disgraced former chief political advisor to the Mayor of London has popped up causing trouble on a tropical island which is a popular luxury holiday destination. Barely months after James McGrath was forced out of his job by The-Late ...

Jamaica 'For Sale'

John Maxwell - Kingston, JamaicaTourism is Jamaica's biggest source of foreign exchange but tourist dollar madness threatens to destroy the Caribbean island. The hotels are closing down turtle nesting sites and hotel excrement and spoil are killing our ...

It's Written In The Stars

  We  can all look forward to lots of luck at the end of the month according to one of Britain's top star gazers. Daily Mail newspaper astrologer Jonathan Cainer says.“Sometimes we get two new moons in the same sign, one at the beginni ...

Religious belief 'plummets after horrors of 2016'

Terrorist attacks, controversial election results, and the deaths of a string of beloved celebrities might have caused many to lose faith in God, a recent poll suggests.According to a YouGov poll for the Times, a total of 4 percent of Britons lost t ...

How sweet drink giants influence US public health policies

A study published by Boston University shows that top health and medical groups in the US – including the American Heart Association (AHA), the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) &n ...

Truth about Hillsborough you didn't read on Sun's front page

As Jared Ficklin wrote on The Conversation website, the verdicts returned at the inquest into the Hillsborough disaster of 1989 completely vindicate the 27-year campaign for justice resolutely undertaken by the families of the 96 who died.The verdicts, wh ...

Debunking myths surrounding Europe's refugee crisis

British and European handling of the migrant and refugee humanitarian disaster simply isn't working. The preventable deaths of another 400 people in the Mediterranean on Monday morning must be a wake-­up call.For all of the outcry we've seen i ...

Huge increase in Russia's 'censorship' of Twitter content

Twitter has released its latest transparency report which shows that the number of the Kremlin's requests to take down content grew more than 25-fold in the second half of 2015, compared to reports from previous periods.According to Twitter, ...

UK government's indefinite detention of 'vulnerable' asylum seekers slammed

Indefinite detention of asylum seekers is expensive, ineffective and unacceptable, campaign groups have said following the publication of a damning report into the welfare of vulnerable persons held by the Home Office.Former prisons ombudsman Stephen Shaw ...

Black music made the white ‘greats’ like David Bowie

Media commentators list Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, the Beatles and now, following his death, aged 69, David Bowie as the “greats” of contemporary Western music.But they do so without so much as a nod in the direction of the Black artists w ...

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