The Daily Mail
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The refugees who've risked their lives to flee terrorism could find themselves becoming scape goats.
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.
"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."
A new survey has found that some kids in the UK hold worrying and warped views about immigration and Islam.
Come on over to our side, straights, it's way better over here.
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.
Also this week, a store owner called his customers a gay slur.
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."
The Daily Mail has been trailing a new book this week by "leading science writer" Tony Edwards. The first extract from the book gave the paper a valuable opportunity to address the important question of whether red wine causes or cures cancer.
In an article published yesterday we erroneously implied that the Daily Mail's use of the term "hippy crack" was both lame and inaccurate. It has been brought to our attention that this is not the case. VICE regrets the error.