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Worst Opinion of the Week: The 'Daily Mail' Doing a Pros and Cons List for Slave Owners
If you listen carefully, you can actually hear the barrel labelled “futile excuses for genocide” being scraped.
Why You Shouldn't Let the 'Daily Mail' Get You Down
Don't let the paper overwhelm you with its skewed vision of reality.
Some Important Lessons About Trans People Tabloids Need to Learn
Seeing as you don't seem to understand some very basic facts, I'll explain them for you.
Will Islamophobia Grow in the UK Following the Paris Attacks?
The refugees who've risked their lives to flee terrorism could find themselves becoming scape goats.
Sorry Everyone, Bacon Could Be as Bad For You as Cigarettes
The World Health Organisation may be about to brand processed meats as “carcinogenic to humans,” listing them alongside cancer-causing substances such as arsenic, asbestos, alcohol, and cigarettes.
Inside Western Europe's Biggest Annual Gathering of Gypsies and Travelers
"People say: 'Why don't you lot go back to where you've come from?' But when we're on Appleby, we don't get that. Just for this week we get a sense of place, a sense of being, and a sense of ancestry."
Are English Schoolkids a Bunch of Racists?
A new survey has found that some kids in the UK hold worrying and warped views about immigration and Islam.
Seven Actual Things Straight People Can Learn from Gay Relationships
Come on over to our side, straights, it's way better over here.
Is Kim Jong-Un Really Opening a Restaurant in Scotland?
Some UK publications are claiming that Kim Jong-Un is eyeing Scotland for the next location of his restaurant chain, which serves Korean dishes such as cuttlefish and pine-nut gruel.
Cry-Baby of the Week: A Guy Claims He Has a Phobia of Kim Kardashian
Also this week, a store owner called his customers a gay slur.
Don't Be Ashamed of Anal Sex
Everyone is hooking up with everyone else on Grindr and Tinder. So, if you fancy a bit of cock in your butt, you just need to get over yourself.
Cutting Through the Bullshit Surrounding Flight MH370
Somehow, it's not enough for the media to simply report that a plane is missing, presumed crashed, and no one has found the wreckage yet—they have to build elaborate narratives about terrorism and "mystery passengers."