All posts for the month February, 2016




In council papers, officers admitted that a waste disposal charge may lead to pupils “losing the option of bringing sandwich meals to school” or “Click me please!” or “Go on click here, this will make you mad” or “Go on click here then post it to Facebook make all the parents scared”

Source: Parents could be forced to PAY if children take packed lunches to school


‘Is there no limit to what this Government will privatise?’

The Government was tonight accused of gambling with the UK’s blood supply by selling the state-owned NHS plasma supplier to a US private equity firm.

Source: ‘Is there no limit to what this Government will privatise?’: UK plasma supplier sold to US private equity firm Bain Capital

The UK boss of Google claims he “does not know how much he gets paid” as he was grilled by MPs.

Google bosses are being grilled by MPs over its controversial tax deal with HM Revenue and Customs.

The internet giant has agreed to pay £130 million in back taxes covering the last decade in a deal hailed as a “victory” by Chancellor George Osborne.

Source: Google boss tells MPs: I don’t know how much I get paid

Clapper says spy agencies “might” use The Internet of Things or IoT for surveillance, location tracking.

Source: Internet of Things to be used as spy tool by governments, says US intel chief

CONT Committee Meeting: " Cigarette Smuggling "

The Juncker commission says it applies UN transparency rules on tobacco. But its watchdog, the EU ombudsman, says otherwise.

Source: EU watchdog raises alarm on tobacco lobbying



David Cameron has been accused of “scaremongering” over claims the Calais migrant camp would be moved to Kent should the UK leave the European Union. On Monday the Daily Telegraph report

Source: Tories Accuse Cameron Of ‘Scaremongering’ Over Brexit Migrant Claim

Prime Minister David Cameron’s office on Monday warned that Britain leaving the European Union could mean migrant camps being set up on British shores if UK border checks are removed from Calais in France.

Source: Brexit could mean migrant camps in UK: Cameron’s office

Factory farmed chickens are frequently dosed with antibiotics. Photo credit: Ecostorm/CIWF Antibiotics banned in US chicken farms a decade ago over links to the spread of potentially deadly bacteria in humans have been used in significantly increased quantities in Britain.

Source: Banned in America, soaring use in Britain: The poultry farm drugs that put human lives at risk – The Bureau of Investigative Journalism

Three 1,000lb bombs detonated underwater by the Royal Navy were to blame for the mass stranding and deaths of a pod of pilot whales on the north coast of Scotland in 2011, it has emerged.   A report released by the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs on Wednesday cited the explosions as a significant factor in the whales’ deaths.

Source: Royal Navy Admits Causing Whale Deaths

The Vaccine Hoax is Over. Documents from UK reveal 30 Years of Cover-up.

Source: The Vaccine Hoax is Over. Documents from UK reveal 30 Yeas of Cover-up | nsnbc international –

Researchers seem perplexed as to the genesis of the virus or – the sudden spread of it in 2015… Yet the US is poised to release GM mosquitoes as we speak

Source: GM Mosquitoes With Possible Link to Zika Virus Awaiting Release in Florida



David Blunkett called on Roma migrants from Slovakia to ‘change their culture’ because their dumping of rubbish and refusal to send their children to school had caused ‘understandable tensions’ in Sheffield.

Source: Influx of Roma migrants could spark city riots, warns Blunkett | Daily Mail Online

Benefits street explore immigration in Sheffield for Channel 4

The US plans to send additional weapons and military equipment to Europe to protect NATO’s eastern flank against Russian “aggression,” officials said. The White House has requested a budget of more than $3.4 billion to send additional heavy weapons, armored vehicles and other military equipment to Central and Eastern Europe in 2017

Source: PressTV-US fortifying EU’s east to deter Russia