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Communists monitored by MI5 over fears they could destroy democracy are now senior advisers to Corbyn
Communists monitored by MI5 over fears they could destroy democracy are now senior advisers to Corbyn, claims the spy agency's former chief
Dame Stella Rimmington refused to name names but said they were 'familiar'
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Now Philip Hammond is finally Out he must shut the door behind him and take control over our laws, our trade and especially immigration
TREVOR KAVANAGH Now Philip Hammond is finally Out he must shut the door behind him and take control over our laws, our trade and especially immigration
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EU Journo Guidelines: Do Not Interview ‘Extremists’ or Mention Ethnicity When Reporting Migrant Crime

EU Journo Guidelines: Do Not Interview ‘Extremists’ or Mention Ethnicity When Reporting Migrant Crime
The European Union funded project “Respect Words” has released guidelines for journalists telling them not to talk to “extremists” about illegal mass migration, not to mention the ethnicity of migrant criminals if possible, and to actively counter “hate propaganda”.
 
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Dan Brown Declares That ‘God Cannot Survive Science’

Dan Brown Declares That ‘God Cannot Survive Science’
Dan Brown, author of the best-selling Da Vinci Code, has joined philologist Friedrich Nietzsche in announcing the death of God, declaring that “God cannot survive science.”
“Historically, no god has survived science. Gods evolved,” the American writer said last week at....
 
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'Thousands of ALIEN SKULLS hidden in Malta' - Mike Pence ally in shock ET abduction claim

'Thousands of ALIEN SKULLS hidden in Malta' - Mike Pence ally in shock ET abduction claim
A REPUBLICAN congressional candidate, close to US vice president Mike Pence, claims to have been a victim of alien abduction, it has sensationally emerged.
Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera from Miami says she was taken aboard an alien spaceship during the bizarre ...
 
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March of the politically correct brigade is a worry
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March of the politically correct brigade is a worry
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Ex-England striker Emile Heskey hands out food to homeless on city streets

Ex-England striker Emile Heskey hands out food to homeless on city streets
The former Liverpool, Leicester City and Birmingham City star teams up with property tycoon Atif Malik in Manchester to talk to homeless and help them into shelters
Ex-England striker Emile Heskey has teamed up with property tycoon Atif Malik to hand out food to the homeless in Manchester city centre.
 
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"I simply love killing": Outed British mercenary fighting ISIS in Syria says toll of 26 dead militants "isn't enough"

"I simply love killing": Outed British mercenary fighting ISIS in Syria says toll of 26 dead militants "isn't enough"
The ex-Army mercenary, who has been outed by Moscow, has reportedly been fighting for the Kurds for four years - he said: "Give me a gun, and I'll fight"
A British ex-Army mercenary fighting ISIS in Kurdish areas of Syria has boasted he has personally killed 26 militants - but it's "not enough yet".
 
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Inside the 10 spookiest buildings in the UK where castles overlook 'Satanic capitals' and a disembodied face of a girl floats

Inside the 10 spookiest buildings in the UK where castles overlook 'Satanic capitals' and a disembodied face of a girl floats
At Carisbrooke Castle in the Isle of Wight, staff have reported seeing the face of a girl - believed to be the ghost of Elizabeth Ruffin who drowned in a well there
From unexplained screams to flickering lights, ghosts and bodies disappearing through walls, they are the spine-chilling events we expect to see in horror movies.
 
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Old Bill in La-La Land as burglars run amok: RICHARD LITTLEJOHN says Scotland Yard's investigation into Harvey Weinstein shows forces have got their priorities wrong
 
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Council Shuts Down Bookseller for Selling Knights Templar Mugs Deemed ‘Offensive to Muslims’

Council Shuts Down Bookseller for Selling Knights Templar Mugs Deemed ‘Offensive to Muslims’
A local council in the United Kingdom has banned a rare bookseller from having a stall in Loughborough Market after someone complained that novelty mugs she had for sale could be “offensive to Muslims”.
The mugs, sold by 56-year-old stallholder Tina Gayle, featured Knights Templar iconography and their Latin motto, which is based on the words of Psalm 115:1 —
 
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Brexit: Three Quarters of Brits Say No Deal is Better Than a Bad Deal

Brexit: Three Quarters of Brits Say No Deal is Better Than a Bad Deal
A large majority of UK voters would rather Britain leave the European Union (EU) without a deal than accept a deal that is not in the nation’s best interest.
Only 26 per cent of respondents to a Sky Data poll said any deal would be preferable to walking away from negotiations, with 76 per cent of respondents backing a “no deal” Brexit scenario rather than accepting a bad deal.
 
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'She challenged everyone!' Prince Harry accepts award on behalf of Diana for Aids work

'She challenged everyone!' Prince Harry accepts award on behalf of Diana for Aids work
PRINCE HARRY recalled his mother's efforts to highlight the plight of Aids sufferers when he accepted a posthumous award on her behalf from a gay magazine tonight.
Collecting the Attitude Legacy Award for Diana in the 20th anniversary year of her death, Harry evoked his mother's determination to stand up for HIV/Aids patients
 
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RICHARD LITTLEJOHN wonders why we continue to take notice of those who are offended by everything
 
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Al Pacino and Robert De Niro together again on the set of Martin Scorsese's long-awaited new mob epic The Irishman

Al Pacino and Robert De Niro together again on the set of Martin Scorsese's long-awaited new mob epic The Irishman
They were snapped shooting scenes on location in New York for The Irishman, directed by Martin Scorsese
Mob movie legends Al Pacino and Robert De Niro reunite for a new gangster film.
They were snapped shooting scenes on location in New York for The Irishman, directed by Martin Scorsese.

 
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Bailiff cancer-suffering dad Delroy Anglin who reached fame on Can't Pay? We'll Take It Away! in remission after 'death sentence' diagnosis

Bailiff cancer-suffering dad Delroy Anglin who reached fame on Can't Pay? We'll Take It Away! in remission after 'death sentence' diagnosis
Fans of Delroy Anglin,who shot to stardom on the TV show, rushed to help him after learning of his heartbreaking cancer fight
A dad who reached fame as a bailiff on Channel 5's Can't Pay? We'll Take It Away! is in remission after battling an aggressive form of leukaemia.
 
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Tragedy of British father killed trying to fetch medic to save dying son at Passchendaele - one of the bloodiest battles of WWI

Tragedy of British father killed trying to fetch medic to save dying son at Passchendaele - one of the bloodiest battles of WWI
Prince William attended a centenary service at Tyne Cot cemetery in Belgium, which bears the name of Major Harry Moorhouse and son, Captain Ronald Moorhouse, from Wakefield
Prince William honoured soldiers who lost their lives at the Battle of Passchendaele yesterday -
 
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Is this Britain's most condescending swine? Richard Branson makes out he is caring and sharing when he's a flinty moneyman who grooms his image as carefully as his beard, writes QUENTIN LETTS
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How Britain is ruled by patronising b*#*@rds:

How Britain is ruled by patronising b*#*@rds: QUENTIN LETTS names the worst offenders among the People Who Know Best who never tire of telling us what to do and think
A rebellion has taken place in this country of ours,
 
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Overseas BBC visitors left OUTRAGED as website bombards them with anti-Brexit adverts

Overseas BBC visitors left OUTRAGED as website bombards them with anti-Brexit adverts
OVERSEAS visitors to the BBC website are being bombarded with adverts from a campaign to reverse Brexit.
This is surely yet again a major breach of the BBC’s
 
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Cemetery for drug cartel bosses has tombs with jacuzzis, air conditioning and even cable TV

Cemetery for drug cartel bosses has tombs with jacuzzis, air conditioning and even cable TV
The outrageously extravagant graveyards house the corpses of Mexico's most feared drug lords
An outrageously extravagant cemetery for drug cartel bosses has tombs with jacuzzis, air conditioning and
 
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The biggest and best film releases in October

The biggest and best film releases in October
WIRED showcases the new films that will dominate your cinema time this month
Welcome to WIRED's monthly guide to the biggest cult, genre, sci-fi, and animated movies hitting UK cinemas.
This month is scare season, with a host of horror and thriller films looking to scare you out of your seats. From tense gore-fest Jigsaw – the latest instalment in the Saw series – and the British indie horror The Ritual to kid-friendly Halloween fare The Little Vampire 3D, there's something for fright fans of all ages.
 
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Back To The Future Part III's biggest mystery has finally been solved

Back To The Future Part III's biggest mystery has finally been solved
The screenwriter of the film series has settled a question fans have been debating since 1990
The Back to The Future film series is one of Hollywood’s most beloved time-travel themed flicks - but one question has baffled some fans since the trilogy reached it’s climax in 1990.
At the end of the third film in the series, Marty McFly (played by Michael J Fox ) and Doc Brown (played by Christopher Lloyd) share an exchange after being reunited in 1985 following a trip to 1885.
 
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Review: Spider-Man: Homecoming - Tom Holland comes out swinging

Review: Spider-Man: Homecoming - Tom Holland comes out swinging
The web-slinger still has legs after a nifty reboot of Marvel's troubled superhero, says Andy Lea.
BY NOW, everyone has heard the one about the schoolboy and the radioactive spider. So when Andrew Garfield came unstuck in his last Spider-Man film, I knew they’d have to spin a fresh yarn for the web-slinger.
Drastic measures were clearly required, but nobody expected this. Sony, which held the rights to Spider-Man, decided to throw their lot in with Disney,
 
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Jim Carrey Paints Stunning Picture of Jesus Christ   Jim Carrey Paints Stunning Picture of Jesus Christ: 'He's Accepting of Who You Are' (Video)
Jim Carrey shared his thoughts on Jesus - and an impressive painting of the Son of God - in a new documentary short called I Needed Color.

In the video, the popular comedian reveals his love of painting and the visual arts - and how it helps him connect to his "inner life."

"You can tell what I love by the color of the paintings," he says in the video, posted to Vimeo. "You can tell my inner life by the darkness in some of them and you can tell what I want from the brightness in some of them."

In one scene, Carrey paints a picture of stunning picture of Jesus and explains that the "energy" surrounding Christ is "electric".
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Time-lapse photography allows Dustin Farrell to capture amazing imagery that no other medium allows—and that even eludes the human eye. He can track the passage of clouds and stars, and document the tiny changes in landscapes and everyday scenes over time. Find out how he shoots his time-lapse photos and reassembles them into remarkable films
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Cyber security and its effects  
Cyber security and its effects

Cyber security consists of technologies, processes and measures that are designed to protect systems, networks and data from cyber crimes.

This year has seen an great number of cyber security meltdowns. And they weren't just your standard corporate breaches.

The mysterious hacking group known as the Shadow Brokers first came to light in August 2016, and claimed to have breached the spy tools of the top NSA-linked operation known as the Equation Group. The Shadow Brokers offered a sample of alleged stolen NSA data and attempted to auction off a bigger treasure, following up with leaks for Halloween and Black Friday in 2016.

 
 
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Patrick "Pat" Condell is a writer, polemicist, and former stand-up comedian. In his early career he wrote and performed in alternative comedy shows during the 1980s and 1990s
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Bang on or just plain bigoted? Meet the British pensioner whose outspoken views on Islam, feminism and political correctness have racked up more than 60 million views (and a few death threats) Daily Mail Quote!

 
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The Templar Code (Full Documentary)
The Templar Code (Full Documentary)
For nearly two centuries, the Knights Templar was the most powerful order in the medieval world. Today, the group's legacy is played out in an array of Hollywood blockbusters and numerous works of popular literature.


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My Hometown Fanatics: Stacey Dooley Investigates (Muslim Extremists - EDL - Luton)
My Hometown Fanatics: Stacey Dooley Investigates (Muslim Extremists - EDL - Luton)
Stacey Dooley investigates what is going on in her hometown of Luton and finds out why it is known as the extremist capital of Britain.
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24 Movies That Are Going To Blow Everyone Away In 2018
Movies are big business, and major studios earmark their spots on the release schedule years ahead of time. As such, it isn't too early to start making box office predictions for 2018. There are dozens of promising projects slated for release, so here are some of the movies that are going to blow everyone away in 2018...
     
 
 
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