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ISIS conspiracy theory

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ISIS – The Known or Unknown Enemy?

Saudi Arabia forms alliance of 34 Muslim nations to fight ISIS and tackle ‘the Islamic world’s problem with terrorism’ Coalition to include members from across the Middle East, Africa and Asia Saudi Arabia has called it a bid to ‘save … Continue reading

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Memoirs of Mr. Hempher

Memoirs of Mr. Hempher, The British Spy to the Middle East or Confessions of a British Spy is a document purporting to be the account by an 18th-century British agent, Hempher, of his instrumental role in founding the conservative Islamic … Continue reading

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Israel is not the Jews

24 August 2014 Last updated at 05:39 ET More than 300 Holocaust survivors and their descendants have issued a statement condemning what they call Israel’s “genocide” in Gaza. The International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network placed the statement as an advertisement in … Continue reading

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GCHQ’s spying actions

UK Government quietly rewrites law so that GCHQ and other British spy agencies can avoid prosecution for hacking computers Government has changed the law via an amendment to Serious Crime Bill The change offers more protection to spy agencies who hack … Continue reading

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UK’s First ‘Share Shop’ Opens for business A new kind of shop is aiming to transform the future of retail by lending rather than selling items and fostering more meaningful connections with the things we use

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Nuclear power

Most all of the US nuclear plants have run well past their intended lifespans and ARE accidents waiting to happen. Fukushima was built in 1967 by General Electric and started its operations in 1971. The Mark 1 reactors were deemed … Continue reading

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under 30

Publicado el 20/08/2013 About the Speaker: One of the world’s top climate diplomats, John Ashton is now an independent commentator and adviser on the politics of climate change. From 2006-12 he served as Special Representative for Climate Change to three … Continue reading

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Why I don’t care about ‘Climate Change’

Publicado el 28/10/2014 | David Saddington | TEDxTeen This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. You don’t care about climate change right? Because it’s a bunch words of things that don’t affect … Continue reading

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food is global

UK food production is highly localised for meat and dairy production, and many other foods are sourced from a clutch of trading partners. The graph below looks at these trading partners in more detail. Where the UK’s food comes from. … Continue reading

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