What The Guardian did next: quickly closed its comments section; did not allow a right of reply to those journalists singled out for denigration in the piece; did not allow publication of the considered response from a group of concerned academics (posted in full below); did not respond to the group’s subsequent Letter, or a follow up email … Continue reading How The Guardian is handling different views on media bias in reports from Syria is quite worrying
According to some of the scientists who are advising the UK Government on the Salisbury attack, the Novichok nerve agents could have been made anywhere in the world. read more; https://timhayward.wordpress.com/2018/03/14/urgent-communication-questions-to-be-addressed-regarding-novichoks/ Summary of the Key Issues that Need to be Addressed 1) There are reasons to doubt that these compounds are military grade nerve agents … Continue reading There are some good reasons to doubt Novichok was made on Putin’s orders
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How to save money on make up: Imagine you are already wearing make up. Imagine your face looks nice. Imagine if we all did this. If sometimes you like to wear make up because you want to, you can also wear cheap make up that is pretty much the exact same thing as the very fucking … Continue reading Cutting the Crap
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The fire in London is linked to poor management by its tenant management organisation, acording to this blog by theGrenfell Action Group critics say the block's management group -KCTMO narrowly averted a major fire disaster at Grenfell Tower in 2013 when residents experienced a period of terrifying power surges that were subsequently found to have … Continue reading KCTMO – Playing with fire!