Penis enlarger ad banned for ‘misleading claims’

An advertisement for a “penis enlarger” has been banned by the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after the watchdog found there is not enough evidence to prove the product actually works. Read Full Article at …read more

Via: RT

Newly Unsealed Documents Reveal EPA & Monsanto Always Knew Round-Up Was Deadly Toxic

If you get all of your news from mainstream media and cable TV infotainment, then you’re probably unaware that glyphosate (the active ingredient in RoundUp herbicide) has been linked to cancer. The World Health Organization stated in March that glyphosate is a probable carcinogen, and California will soon label it …read more

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Election fraud committed by immigrants, claims ex-attorney general

Former Attorney General Dominic Grieve has claimed election fraud is on the rise and blamed immigrants from countries “in which there is a tradition of electoral corruption and fraud” for perpetuating the practice. Read Full Article at …read more

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Nebraskans on white supremacist Craig Cobb: “Somebody’s going to get hurt” – video

After a failed attempt to create an all-white community in North Dakota, white supremacist Craig Cobb has been seen in the vicinity of Red Cloud, Nebraska, buying houses for what is rumoured to be a similar purpose. Alarmed residents have taken to social media to warn their neighbours and unite …read more

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Norwich gang carry out jewellery heist in broad daylight – video

Footage released by Norfolk police shows a gang raid on a jewellery shop in Norwich. The gang arrive on mopeds and then break into the shop with axes and hammers before making a getaway. Police with dogs later caught one of the suspects in a field outside the city Continue …read more

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First the Netherlands, now Pakistan’s high court comes to defence of climate

A minor revolution in climate justice has just taken place in one of the countries most affected by global warming, reports Le MondeThe high court of justice in Lahore has ordered the creation of a “climate council” to force the Pakistani state to uphold its environmental commitments.A farmer went to …read more

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No ‘Safe Harbor’: Mixed reaction as top European court strikes down EU-US data-transfer agreement

The highest EU court said in a milestone ruling on the “Safe Harbor” data-transfer agreement that the US compromised the essential European right to privacy. Facebook and other companies could now be barred from blanket-sending data to the US. Read Full Article at …read more

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PC David Phillips’ family lay floral tribute at murder scene – video

The family of PC David Phillips, a Merseyside police officer, lay flowers at the side of the road in Wallasey where he was killed by a speeding stolen car. Jen Phillips, 28, and her children Abi, seven, and Sophie, three, lay lilies at the grass verge after members of the …read more

Via: The Guardian