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An invitation to the palace to accept a New Year honour... you must be joking. Benjamin Zephaniah won't be going. Here he explains why.
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Support for Windows XP and Vista will be removed from Firefox, currently the last major web browser out there to still support the two outdated operating sy
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Nicole Barr of Essex aced her IQ test with a perfect score of 162, outsmarting such noted geniuses as Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking.
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One of the editors at the DC Post stumbled across a web site where local law enforcement deputies speak freely and post with 100% anonymity. Officers frequently exchange tactical information, as well as procedural tips and "methods to use to gain compliance of subjects or to arrest them for being difficult," the Post explains. One such post, that was entitled “Tricks of the trade – let’s...
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Rough sleepers have been welcomed to a temporary protest camp in the town centre called Bolton Tent City.Five homeless men have been sleeping in the pop-up shelter for the past two nights, which was set up without permission on land at Cheadle Square near Blackhorse Street.
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December 2016 Deviant guilty of having sex with horse tried to kill girl A SEXUAL deviant has been found guilty of having sex with a horse as it emerged he tried to kill a girl who caught him in a pony romp more than 25 years ago. Julian Ridgeway, 53, described as a ‘dangerous sexual deviant’, had…
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Launched in 2009, Shodan is a prying eye across the world through the IoT. Named as 'scariest search engine', it is the Hacker Search Engine
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BlackArch Linux 2016.12.20 has just been released. The new ISO respins come with Linux kernel 4.8.13 and more than 100 new tools
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Philip Williams, 56, of Tre’r Gof in Caernarfon, died last week at Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor after struggling for years with numerous health problems
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With 1 in 5 children being sexually abused by the time they are 18, the chances are that someday you may learn that a child you love has been abused. So what do you do? How do you handle something like that?
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 Facebook 'fact checker' who will arbitrate on 'fake news' is accused of defrauding website to pay for prostitutes - and its staff includes an escort-porn star and 'Vice Vixen domme' Facebook has announced plans to check for 'fake news' using a series of organizations to assess whether stories are true  One of them is a website called Snopes.com which claims to be one of the web's 'essential resources' and 'painstaking, scholarly and reliable'  It was founded by husband-and-wife Barbara and David Mikkelson, who used a letterhead claiming they were a non-existent society to start their researc
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h  Now they are divorced - with Barbara claiming in legal documents he embezzled $98,000 of company money and spent it on 'himself and prostitutes'  In a lengthy and bitter legal dispute he is claiming to be underpaid and demanding 'industry standard' or at least $360,000 a year The two also dispute what are basic facts of their case - despite Snopes.com saying its 'ownership' is committed to
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Sadly I went to classes about 20 yrs ago where Bikram Choudhury taught when I lived in Los Angeles in my twenties. I was quickly disenchanted though by his attitude, arrogance and attempt to try and hit on countless of students who only wanted to learn. I also discovered hot yoga was not for me, and no longer do heated classes. Here's just an excerpt on what Bikram had to say.  Besides his boasting about his money, countless cars, and material goods? There's this: I'm considering doing an entire series on these Yogis who are nothing more than scammers hiding behind an ancient art they have bas
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tardized. Oh and PS Bikram just had to settle his sexual harassment case. Another?! Big shocker.  I hope even more come forward and eventually he won't be allowed to teach and harass yet more unsuspecting students/victims. Check out the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZ4BF0WdY1s&sns=fb  
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As Tony Blair faces more allegations over misleading parliament regarding the invasion of Iraq, another fresh scandal looks set to engulf him.

A whistleblower, known only as ‘Major X’ to protect his identity, has alleged that “army personnel dressed in police uniform” to act against groups considered ‘extremist’. And he has alleged that Blair knew about the army’s actions, and even authorised them. The journalist at the centre of the storm surrounding the former Prime Minister is demanding a public inquiry into the allegations.
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'PC 5336 Claire Ford was photographed supporting the Cheshire Forest Hunt as a passenger on a quad bike then filmed acting as private security for the hunt by misusing her professional powers in a matter of civil law.

'We would like Cheshire Police to make a stand against cruelty and call into question the actions of PC 5336 Claire Ford and any other supposed officers of the law within their force who are directly or indirectly involved with hunting.'