Koh Tao Murders – Why all the fuss?

There are a considerable number of people who know of Hannah Witheridge, 23, and David Miller, 24, both of whom were brutally murdered on Koh Tao Island, Thailand, September 2014, koh toa murders

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What’s the cheapest PPC rate?

PPC advertising. Is there a way to find cheap PPC advertising or better yet one that no longer requires the advertiser to ‘Bid’ on keywords?

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PPC Advertising Issues – Interview with Bucksme.com Founder Graham Briar

Here we interview Bucksme.com founder, Graham Briar, who covers the many issues of cpc advertising and explains how these have been address with the development and launch of Bucksme.com.

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Beating the Rising Costs of PPC Advertising

Looking to reduce your PPC advertising costs? Here we explore a new way to reduce your cpc advertising costs and increase ROI.

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Islam – A Special Kind of Hate

Islam … undeniably those who murder innocent people in the name of their religion harbour a very special kind of hate. Here we take a look at Islam and the issue of why we stay silent to the atrocities.

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Vote?  You Are Having a Laugh

Criminals have infiltrated the Houses of Parliament. That might be nothing new but it’s one of the growing number of reasons why some people refuse to vote.

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ISIS Burns Hostage Alive

ISIS has just burned a hostage alive … will the politicians now wake up and acknowledge that Islam has nothing to do with peace but rather the rule by fear?

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Halal – Sickening Slaughter of Animals Continues Unchallenged

Once again the production of Halal meat is in the news as those slaughtering animals continue to do so in a fashion that is widely considered barbaric but remains largely unchallenged.

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ISIS Murders Man for Being Gay

A gay man has been murdered by ISIS. Firstly they threw him off a building, he survived but then was stoned to death. ISIS and their religion of peace once again show just how peaceful and tolerant they truly are.

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Benefits for Drunks and Junkies

Nearly £500 million a year of taxpayers money is given to drunks and junkies in welfare payments. Yes it appears to be acceptable to subject the taxpayer to paying for their habit whilst they struggle to put food on the table.

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