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Have We Become Complacent About the News?

We read the news everyday but have we really become complacent to the news? News is certainly important to us all and here we explore a number of issues that affects the very news that is written and read.

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UKIP: Are Voters Setting Up a Rebellion Against the Europe Union?

Here we explore the rise in support of UKIP and we look at how democracy is being slowly removed by the increase in EU legislation and the power it now wields.

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Giant Crucifix Crushes Man to Death

A giant crucifix located in Cevo, northern Italy has collapsed days ahead of Pope John Paul II canonisation, killing a 21 year old pilgrim. The crucifix was originally design to celebrate a visit by Pope John Paul II to Lombardy.

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Starbucks Sales Fall in Wake of Public Outrage Over Tax Avoidance

Starbucks has experience the first drop in sales since 1998 which many are attributing to the public abstention of buying their products due to Starbucks tax avoidance policies.

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Royal Thai Navy to Sue Reuters for Defamation

Despite worldwide condemnation over human rights abuses the Royal Thai Navy now intends to sue Reuters for publishing an article that suggested the Royal Thai Navy is engaging in human trafficking of the Rohingya refugees.

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UKIP Ad Star Suspended Over Racist and Bigoted Rant

UKIP EU Ad star, Andre Lampitt, has been suspended over what is seen as a racist and bigoted rant. At one point he called the religion of Islam satanic with the prophet being a paedophile.

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Chilcot Inquiry: Will We Ever Know the Truth About Tony Blair’s Involvement in the Iraqi War?

Chilcot Inquiry… once again it’s been buried, this time over fears it will taint the up and coming 2015 General Election. It is unlikely the public will ever know the truth and here we explain why Tony Blair will never be held accountable for the Iraqi War.

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Shaming Householders Who Fail to Recycle Waste Correctly

Recycle waste… that’s the responsible thing to do but is Government taking this too far? Bolton is about to introduce a new pilot scheme so if you put your waste in the wrong box you’ll get a red sticker slapped on it and they won’t remove your rubbish.

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Britain Heading for Full Economic Recovery Declares Bank of England

Britain’s economic recovery is moving full steam ahead according to the Bank of England. Here we examine the economic recovery and ask whether it’s merely being built on personal and Government debt.

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