PETITION:Defenders Of The Realm hand a petition to the Queen bearing 900,000
signatures in objection to joining the EU constitution without a referendum.
ARRESTED BY EU:Police arrested a
leading investigative journalist yesterday on the orders of the European
Union, seizing his computers, address books and archive of files in a move
that stunned Euro-MPs.
DO WE PUT IT RIGHT:One thousand years
of independent history now boil down to the only two remaining questions
that matter to Britain as a separate nation and culture today:Should
the British regain their independence and become responsible for their actions
once again? Do we even want to?
WHO CAN WE TRUST?
BY MEDICINE: A group of researchers meticulously reviewed the statistical
evidence and their findings are absolutely shocking. The result is a paper
entitled Death by Medicine that presents compelling evidence
that todays (medical) system frequently causes more harm than good.
LAETRILE (B17) USELESS? A collection of documented case studies
showing results of cancer treatment using B17 in response to recent claims
in the media that it is useless.
TOXINS FEARS: More than half of breakfast cereals and muesli bars made
with oats are contaminated with traces of toxins, scientists have found.
Their study of 335 brand-name products such as Kellogg's, Nestlé's
and Quaker detected traces of [fungal] mycotoxins.
An excerpt from Phillip Day's The ABC's of Disease detailing the
various types of diabetes, what causes it and how to prevent it.
STAFF TOLD TO KEEP QUIET: CMAJ (the Journal of the Canadian Medical
Association) has published details of an internal document from the drug
company GlaxoSmithKline that advised its staff to withhold the findings
of a clinical trial in 1998 showing that the antidepressant paroxetine had
no benefit in treating adolescents.
THE CLOWN: Global hamburger giant McDonald's latest line in healthy-looking
salads may contain more fat than its hamburgers, according to the company's
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