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Rwandan Spy Chief Arrested in U.K.

By: Rwanda’s foreign minister has said that the arrest of the country’s intelligence chief in London is “lunacy”. British police arrested the director-general of Rwanda’s National Intelligence and Security Services, Karenzi Karake, on Saturday at the request of Spain, where he is wanted in connection with war crimes. Karake was arrested at London’s Heathrow […]

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Man Builds Giant Computer at Home

By: For many tech companies the race is on to build ever smaller computer processors, but one British man has gone in the opposite direction. James Newman is building a 14m (45ft) computer processor in the lounge of his bungalow in Cambridge. Mr Newman’s 16-bit “mega processor” will contain 14,000 individual transistors and 3,500 […]

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Church of England Supports Gay Clergy Amid Discrimination Suit

By: After facing a discrimination lawsuit from the first priest to marry his same-sex partner, the Church of England has expressed its support for clergy who are in a relationship with those coming from the same gender. But a spokesperson of the Church of England clarified that the religious institution is only extending its […]

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Hellish New Statue Unveiled in London

By: There’s a new statue on public display in London that is meant to “inspire” and “delight” those who pass it on their daily commute, though we’re thinking words like “freak out,” “horrify” and “petrify” are more fitting for this particular piece of art. It’s called ‘She Guardian,’ and Russian artist Dashi Namdakov has […]

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Britain’s Spaceman

By: Sometimes a childhood fascination can shape a lifetime. For Sir Martin Sweeting it began with forging a communications device out of two tin cans connected with a taut piece of string. This led to a schoolboy interest in amateur radio, which turned to a passion in the late 1960s at the time of […]

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Atomic Time: 60 Years of the Ultra-Precise Atomic Clock

By: On June 3 2015, the world celebrates an anniversary of one invention that truly changed the world: the birth of atomic time. Where has the technology moved since then and where will it go in the future? When physicist Louis Essen demonstrated his new toy to his colleagues on June 3 1955, he […]

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BBC Presenter Caught with Child Abuse Films and Photos

By: A former Radio 1 DJ who worked alongside Jimmy Savile sobbed today as he admitted hoarding ­sickening child porn. Michael Willis, 69, shot to fame on pirate station Radio Caroline and worked at the BBC under the name of Stevie Merike in the 1970s – when disgraced Savile was also a presenter. He […]

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Muslim Taxi Driver Jailed for Raping 19 Year Old Passenger

By: Pakistani taxi driver Arshad Mohammed has been jailed for raping a 19 year old passenger back in November 2010. His implication in the rape only came about because the Muslim sex pest was DNA tested 6 months later after being arrested for making sexual remarks to two teenagers. Yet somehow like many non […]

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Lord Brittan REFUSED to Ban Evil Paedo Ring

By: Lord Brittan, who died in January, was urged by campaigning MP Geoffrey Dickens to protect kids from “evil people” in the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE). But documents seen by the Daily Star Sunday reveal former Tory MP Lord Brittan dismissed the idea of banning the group. His comments were made during a meeting […]

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Three Women Name Former Liberal Democrat MP as Paedophile

By: Three women have come forward to allege that the same former Liberal Democrat MP carried out sex attacks on them as girls, Exaro can reveal. They include Esther Baker, who waived her right to anonymity and went on Sky News last week to talk about how she was sexually abused by a politician, […]

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University Union Officer Who Wrote “Kill All White Men” Tweet Will Remain in Post

By: A university’s diversity officer will remain in post, despite provoking a storm of protest by tweeting #killallwhitemen and labelling people “white trash”. Bahar Mustafa also banned white men from a university event on diversifying the curriculum at Goldsmiths University, London. She then defended her position by stating that she could not be racist […]

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Amazing Medieval Hospital Find Halts York Panto Plans

By: Plans for Berwick Kaler’s 37th writing and starring role in Christmas pantomime Dick Whittington (and his Meerkat) at York Theatre Royal have had to be abandoned following the important find of a medieval hospital foundations beneath the venue during its £4m redevelopment. The panto will now be staged at the 1,000-seat purpose-built theatre […]

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U.K. Police Kept Secret Files About Sci-Fi Fans

By: Scotland Yard once believed that Star Trek fanatics had the potential to go mad and turn against society. On the face of it there would seem to be nothing threatening at all about the stereotypical ‘Trekkie’, yet back in the 1990s police in the UK had found it necessary to keep a special […]

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GCHQ Marks the Importance of Alan Turing in a Symbolic Gesture

By: The GCHQ “doughnut” building in Cheltenham is to be lit up in rainbow colours as a symbol of the intelligence agency’s commitment to diversity. It will take place later, to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. Computer pioneer and codebreaker Alan Turing kept his sexuality a secret while working at Bletchley […]

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