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Massive Fall In Germany’s Birth Rate

By Tim Sandle

New research shows that the birth rate has dramatically fallen in Germany. The European country has now fallen past Japan in terms of births per year. New figures show an average of 8.2 children were born per 1,000 inhabitants over the past five years. This compares with 8.4 per 1,000 people in Japan. As a […]

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The Problem Of Squatters In London

By Alexander Baron

This week, the BBC2 Victoria Derbyshire programme reported on the eviction of a group of squatters from Mayfair, one of the most expensive and exclusive areas of London. The squatters concerned have been ordered out of the premises they are currently occupying by the High Court. The law concerning squatting was tightened up 3 years […]

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A Multi-sectarian Force Is What Iraq Needs To Deal With ISIS: Josh Earnest

By Dean Smith

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest has given out some detailed advice on how Iraq should fight ISIS, the dangerous terrorist organization which is starting to dominate the country. Economic Times reports he is of the opinion that Iraq needs a serious multi-sectarian force to fight ISIS if  a catastrophe is to be avoided. He also added […]

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Helping Women Get Away With Murder

By Alexander Baron

What do you call a man who commits murder? A murderer, of course. So what do you call a woman who commits murder? If you were thinking murderer or murderess, think again, because according to Justice For Women, the correct term is victim, abused woman, battered woman, anything except a suitable synonym for killer. You […]

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People With Dementia At Greater Heart Attack Risk

By Tim Sandle

A new study from Japan has found that elderly people who are suffering from “cognitive impairment” (such as dementia) suffer serious outcomes from heart attacks compared with people who are not suffering from such diseases. The study, Medical News reports, considered 136 patients who were aged 65 years or over with heart failure. These patients were […]

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Watching ‘The Detectives’

By Alexander Baron

Recently, the BBC screened a three part documentary about the investigation into Ray Teret. The team followed the special sexual crimes unit of Greater Manchester Police which put together the case. As well as Teret, a number of other alleged rapes were investigated. This programme was as much a propaganda exercise as a documentary. In […]

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Desmond Carrington At 89

By Alexander Baron

If the name Desmond Carrington does not mean anything to you, you might check out his Friday night BBC Radio programme, that’s if like him you have eclectic taste in music. Desmond was born in 1926 and last week celebrated his 89th birthday; he is not quite the oldest disc jockey in the country or […]

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The Fantasy World Of Bahar Mustafa

By Alexander Baron

If you’ve ever wondered why there are so few women engineers or mathematicians (with the exception of the tragic Sabine McNeill) it might just be because most women bright enough to merit a university education are also dumb enough to be seduced by the specious propaganda of social justice warriors, feminazis and self-styled anti-racists. Sadly, […]

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Vaccines Developed To Fight Bird Flu

By Tim Sandle

Scientists have made a breakthrough in developing a vaccine against two new strains of avian influenza, an infectious disease of birds caused by the influenza A virus. Many types of bird flu can theoretically be passed from poultry to people (what is termed a zoonotic infection), although human infections remain rare. To develop a vaccine to prevent […]

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Drop In Oil Prices Has Hardly Benefited The US Economy

By Warren Simons

There is probably one common thing most of the economists had agreed to at the start of the year – a fall in the oil prices might help in the US economy’s recovery. However, they all seem to be far from being right, as it just hasn’t worked out that way at all. The economy seems to […]

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