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Mr Justice Fancourt & Lord Justice Nugee trashed UK law

Mr Justice Fancourt, Lord Justice Nugee and their cabal of judges were sworn into office to “do right by all manner of people”, and to administer the law “without fear, favour affection or ill-will”. They are proven to do the opposite. The

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Quartararo wins the British MotoGP next off to Spain for round 13

Yamaha’s Fabio Quartararo won today’s round 12 of the 2021 MotoGP world championship at Silverstone, taking the pole position after the 5th lap ,widening

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The devil made me do it’ – Brazilian tattoo artist body-morphs into Satan lookalike

Extreme body transformations Michel Faro do Prado, from São Paulo, Brazil, is known as Diabao Praddo on social media, has over 60,000 followers observing

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Afghanistan chaos as Biden again defends withdrawal

Chaos around the Kabul airport was so bad this week that the U.S. military was forced to use three helicopters to transport 169 Americans into the complex

UK corruption World News

“No one is above the law” yet justice is subject to status reports on how the UK political establishment and their cronies make themselves, and their affiliates, above the law. Our

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Quartararo wins the British MotoGP next off to Spain for round 13

Yamaha’s Fabio Quartararo won today’s round 12 of the 2021 MotoGP world championship at Silverstone, taking the pole position after the 5th lap

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Mexico Plagued By Cartel Wars On Cusp Of Legal Cannabis “Green Rush”

For Guillermo Nieto, a Mexican businessman who grew up smoking pot, the cannabis greenhouse on his family’s vast farmlands is part of a bigger dream. One

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Visit Ireland: The Emerald Isle wins 16 travel awards

Things to do in Cork. Things to do in County Mayo. Things to do in Limerick.

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Johnny Depp UK trial: Another victim of the corrupt UK justice system

In our last article in May 2021 we reported on how Johnny Depp came to the UK to seek justice and was deprived of the right of a fair trial. A story

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Thousands of dead fish wash up on Spain’s Mar Menor in Murcia

Concerns of an environmental catastrophe as thousands of dead fish of varying sizes wash up across the coast of Spain’s Mar Menor. Many marine

World Rally Championship 2021
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World Rally Championship: Belgium’s Neuville’s first win of the season

Belgium’s Thierry Neuville nailed his first World Rally Championship win of the season in his home Ypres Rally after further extending his lead in

USA sends 5,000 troops to Afganistan on Saturday 14th August 2021
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Biden to send 5,000 U.S. troops to Afghanistan

U.S. President Joe Biden said on Saturday that he had approved 5,000 US troops to go to Kabul to help safely draw down the American embassy and remove

Haiti earthquake August 2021
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Over 300 dead in Haiti as earthquake aftershocks the Caribbean

At least 306 people have died, with hundreds more missing after another devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck struck the Caribbean island of Haiti,

UK corruption, Tory corruption lies
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Conservative liars and cheats provide impunity to one another

The UK’s Conservative Party are unconstitutional, out of control lunatics who actively lie, cheat and collude to ensure secrecy and concealment to

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Covid 19 prevention: Sugary molecules may be one way

Patients getting younger – by Nancy Lapid – Covid 19 prevention Here is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19 prevention. They include

Portugal amber covid-19 restrictions
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As Portugal moves to amber the UK Government’s Covid-19 travel rules are ambiguous

A massive setback to the already devastated travel industry left holiday plans for millions of Britons in tatters, with many undecided on whether to stay

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