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The Jo Cox Assassination – An Independent Investigation

Richard Hall Published on 20 May 2018 When the Jo Cox assassination occurred in June 2016, many questions were raised over the veracity of the official version of events. Some say the trial was staged and the outcome preordained by … Continue reading

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7/7 2005 London bombings. Kollerstrom and Farrell Are Dead.

Published on 1 Jul 2012

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EU museum that cost £47m & opened ten years late

5 May 2017 A controversial EU museum that has cost British taxpayers millions of pounds finally opened yesterday, a decade after the project began and still not complete. The £47million House of European History, which has been described as a … Continue reading

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Meet the Parents: The Dark Side of Overseas Adoption

https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2009/03/meet-parents-dark-side-overseas-adoption/

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Tony Blair and his son Euan are linked to secret plans for new centrist political party that has raised £50million to ‘break the Westminster mould’

”Former investment banker Simon Franks, 46, has gone to ground since the £50million political plan emerged and he was not at his £3.5million London mansion.” Franks is said to be frustrated with political division in light of the Brexit vote … Continue reading

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Free Speech to be illegal in Australia

Activist-News Published on 5 Jun 2018 https://www.activist-news.com Russell Scott Have you heard about Phil Galea? August 2016 he was arrested by the Victorian Police accused of being a terrorist after filming ANTIFA . The police allege that he had “bomb … Continue reading

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It may be controversial to say it but it’s true – lifting the immigration cap for the NHS is a bad idea

Studies show that doctors from abroad are more likely to be struck off and nurses from aboard are associated with lower patient satisfaction. Besides, is it moral to take skilled people out of countries that desperately need them?https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/nhs-immigration-cap-staff-shortage-training-fast-track-visa-a8399046.html GW: It’s … Continue reading

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