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Freemasons attack the Guardian for ‘willfully misleading’ over ‘secretive lodges’

The Guardian has been accused of “willfully misleading” its readers through an article it ran saying secret masonic lodges for politicians and journalists are operating at Westminster. The article, which was also reported by RT UK among other publications, headlined ‘Two Freemasons’ lodges operating secretly at Westminster’, claimed there are two lodges up and running at parliament, namely the New Welcome ...

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‘It’s easier to take care of zombies’: HRW raises alarm over sedative abuse in US nursing homes

Thousands of nursing home patients across the US regularly receive strong antipsychotics, without being properly diagnosed or even informed of the side-effects, to make life easier for overworked staff, a rights monitor has found. The latest report by Human Rights Watch (HRW), published Monday, sheds light on disturbing practices thriving in US nursing homes, where thousands of residents are routinely ...

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Attention-starved? MPs go on hunger strike over voting system… for a staggering 24 hours

Arms sales to Yemen, homelessness, the NHS? No, Labour MPs and their celebrity chums have gone on a day-long hunger strike to advocate for a proportional representation (PR) voting system. Unsurprisingly, they were mocked online. The hunger strike, inspired by the Suffragettes who fought for women’s right to vote 100 years ago today, will see MPs Stephen Kinnock and Ben ...

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Cryptocurrency market loses over half a trillion dollars this year

The biggest sell-off in cryptocurrency market history has wiped out around $ 550 billion since January 7, when the market capitalization reached a record $ 836 billion. Read more On Tuesday, the cryptocurrency market capitalization sank below $ 300 billion for first time since November, according to CoinMarketCap data. The top 10 digital assets by market value are facing double-digit ...

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SAS soldiers face trial over 3 men’s deaths on notorious Brecon Beacons training exercise

British SAS special force soldiers are to face trial over the deaths of three Army reservists who were taken on a 16-mile (26km) march in the Brecon Beacons. Two unnamed SAS soldiers will appear before a court-martial. The men, known only as 1A and 1B, both deny ‘negligently performing a duty’ to take care of the candidates taking part in ...

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BBC sacks radio presenter who made ‘death threat’ to Tory MP over Brexit

The BBC has reportedly sacked a radio presenter who took to Twitter to tell Tory MP Zac Goldsmith that a “death threat” sent to an 80-year-old Brexit supporting constituent “should have been addressed to you.” St.John Stephen, presenter of a fortnightly gardening slot on BBC Radio London, claimed he thought the letter telling Goldsmith’s elderly constituent “We are going to ...

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Failure to clap over US achievements ‘un-American’ & bordering on ‘treason’ – Trump

President Donald Trump has said the failure of Democrats to applaud his achievements during his State of the Union address could amount to treason. Democrats reacted by accusing Trump of not knowing what treason means. The US president lashed out against the Democratic Party during a speech in Ohio Monday, questioning why they failed to acknowledge the many notable accomplishments ...

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Ladies who crunch outraged over Dorito’s women-friendly snack

Snack giant Doritos announced it would create a new female-tailored version of its triangular corn crisps after research claims reveals women do not like to eating or licking the tortilla flavor off their fingers in public. The newer – quieter – version will be less messy, and will be just the right size for women to fit the snack in ...

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Bisexual ‘neo-Nazi’ convicted of terrorism over Gay Pride attack plan

A bisexual white supremacist who plotted a machete attack on people at a LGBT Pride event in Cumbria has been convicted of terrorism offences. Ethan Stables, 20, showed no emotion as the verdict was returned. Stables was convicted of preparing an act of terrorism, making threats to kill and possessing explosives. Armed police swooped on Stables as he walked towards ...

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Netherlands officially withdraws ambassador to Turkey over referendum row

The Dutch Foreign Ministry has formally withdrawn its ambassador to Turkey after the diplomat was barred from the country following a dispute that began in March 2017. “The Dutch government has decided to officially withdraw the Netherlands’ ambassador in Ankara, who has not had access to Turkey since March 2017,” the ministry wrote in a statement.  It also said that ...

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