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Just days after Singapore health officials announced a cluster of Zika cases among a group of foreign workers.

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Source: Zika fears hit Asia: Singapore instructs workers to apply repellent hourly, take vitamin C – Breaking911

A NORTH and south divide is threatening to split the European Union in two amid growing calls for the single currency to be scrapped.

Source: EURO HAS FAILED: Mistrust and money wars sparks claims Juncker’s EU is finished

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Anti-Social Media Part 2! Not as dramatic as #JeSuisPaulPerrin …..

http://www.radiofreeuk.org/blogs/alan/2016/08/23/anti-social-media-met-lgbt-police-are-harassing-non-pc-twitter-users/

…. But still Anti-Social Media Sexism directed at me this time because I’m  a man.

 

 

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A politically incorrect Twitter user has been “harassed” by an official London police account, which allegedly threatened his family.

Source: EXCLUSIVE: London’s LGBT Police Are Harassing Non-PC Twitter Users, Naming Family Members In Tweets

The BBC defends offering traineeships to ethnic minorities after a national newspaper accuses the corporation of being “anti white”.

Source: BBC: Offering black, Asian and minority ethnic schemes is ‘right thing to do’ – BBC News

Finally serious economists are considering a position I have been maintaining and writing about since the 2008 financial meltdown. Whatever its name— erasure, repudiation, abolishment, cancellation, jubilee—debt forgiveness, will have to eventually emerge forefront in global efforts to solve an ongoing systemic financial crisis.

Source: Iceland Forgives Entire Population of its Debt. Total US Media Blackout.

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They say no news is good news….. Well for this week there has been a lack of news on the site because I’m working on one story & I needed to focus on it.  Its got the potential to be big so I want to make sure I get everything tickity – Boo!!

Following a review by Dame Fiona Caldicott, the UK government decided to pull the plug on care.data, a controversial NHS initiative to store all patient data on a single database. This may seem like a victory for data-privacy advocates, but NHS data-sharing initiatives are still being planned and the goalposts are being moved on patient consent

source: theconversation.com

BELEAGUERED Angela Merkel is facing calls for a referendum to free German people of “EU slavery” in the wake of Britain’s sensational decision to cut ties with Brussels.

Source: MERKEL’S WORST NIGHTMARE: Germany calls for Referendum as ‘people want to be free of EU’ | World | News | Daily Express

By: Darius Shahtahmasebi via theantimedia.org Corporate media regularly attempts to present Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria as solely responsible for the ongoing conflict in the region. The media does report on events that contradict this narrative — albeit sparingly — but taken together, these underreported details shine a new light on the conflict.

Source: 10 Facts the Mainstream Media Won’t Tell You About the War in Syria – Anonymous

 

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Jobcentre worker accidentally leaves answerphone message seemingly branding mum of three a “scrounging bastard that’s popping out kids like pigs”

Source: Jobcentre worker brands mum of three ‘a scrounging bastard’ in answerphone rant

 

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Britain owes the European Union tens of billions of euros that Brussels will insist is paid out before the country leaves the 28-nation bloc, sources in Brussels have told Handelsblatt’s sister publication WirtschaftsWoche.

Source: Handelsblatt Global Edition

Baker Small apologises after series of tweets appeared to gloat at parents who failed to win funding of their children’s special needs provision

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Source: Fury as law firm boasts of ‘great win’ over parents of vulnerable children

It may seem to be fantasy but a man is to be sentenced for threatening behaviour after he insisted on accompanying a vulnerable woman to her work capability assessment.

Source: Demonstration in Dundee over ‘threatening behaviour’ at work capability assessment