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UBS given immunity in precious metals manipulation probe

UBS precious metals manipulation

UBS Group AG won immunity from criminal fraud charges in a Justice Department investigation into misconduct in the trading of precious metals. The Swiss bank’s main UBS AG unit won’t be charged by the department’s criminal division for information the firm disclosed to prosecutors about precious-metals transactions, according to the …

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$105 billion: UK bank bailout money may be gone for good

RBS guilty

The US$105 billion of British taxpayer money used to bail out the Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds at the peak of the banking crisis may never be recouped, a parliamentary committee report warns. The state owns more than 80 per cent of RBS and 40 per cent of Lloyds …

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David Cameron’s Conservative Party wins UK election

David Cameron UK election

David Cameron’s Conservative Party has won an overall majority in the UK General Election. Labour Party leader Ed Miliband has resigned after a crushing defeat, with Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg and UKIP‘s Nigel Farage also stepping down. Addressing the nation on Friday afternoon, Cameron confirmed the Tories would form …

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War criminals to gather in London next month to purchase weapons

London arms trade weapons

Thousands of activists are expected to gather at the United Kingdom’s largest international arms fair in London next month. Attended by hundreds of arms companies with exhibits representing over 1,500 arms firms, the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) Exhibition brings representatives from the world’s most oppressive regimes together in one place …

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The 5 Most Common Surnames in the USA

Common surnames

A surname is considered a part of a person’s full legal name at birth. This name can be passed from both parents, or just one parent. The format for surnames is usually based on the customs of the region where they originate. However, the format can and usually changes over …

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UK government plans to make free speech illegal

David Cameron

A chilling comment by British Prime Minister David Cameron suggests that even people who obey the law won’t be “left alone” by the state if they engage in anything the government deems to be “hate speech,” including “bigotry” and potentially criticism of homosexuality and feminism. Preparing to introduce a new …

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Prince Andrew: latest royal pedophile exposed

Paedophiles Prince Andrew and Prince Charles

Prince Andrew, son of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, has been accused of pedophilia, having had sexual relations with an underage girl in a case submitted to a US court on Friday. The woman involved in the case, who has not been named, told a court in Florida she was forced …

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UK banks won’t survive another recession

Bank of England London

Former Bank of England governor Mervyn King has warned that British banks are too weak to weather another financial crisis, adding that government officials haven’t “got to the heart” of what went wrong in 2008. Speaking to BBC Radio 4 on Monday, King criticised current measures being taken by the …

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80% of Catalonians want independence from Spain

Catalonia Spain independence

An overwhelming majority of Catalans have said “yes” to independence and secession from the central Spanish government in Madrid in a highly-anticipated but symbolic referendum poll on Sunday. Some 80.72 percent voted to form a state independent of Spain, Joana Ortega, vice president Catalonia said shortly after midnight, with over …

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Bilderberg 2013 set to take place near London?

2013 Bilderberg Group meeting Europe Map

According to veteran Bilderberg sleuth Jim Tucker, the secretive group could be preparing to host its annual confab within 40 miles of London, contradicting previous reports that the conference was set to return to Chantilly, Virginia. “A new possibility has evolved in the annual hunt for Bilderberg’s spring meeting: somewhere …

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Citizens’ campaign to arrest Blair continues

Tony Blair

Citizens band together to arrest former British prime minister over involvement in Iraq’s invasion a decade ago. It was only as David Cronin saw Tony Blair and his entourage striding towards him that he finally plucked up the courage to go through with his plan to attempt to arrest the …

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Three scientists investigating melting Arctic ice possibly murdered

Arctic ice scientists

A Cambridge Professor has made the astonishing claim that three scientists investigating the melting of Arctic ice may have been assassinated within the space of a few months. Professor Peter Wadhams said he feared being labelled a “looney” over his suspicion that the deaths of the scientists were more than …

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Tony Blair apologises for Iraq war, as Chilcot inquiry overdue

Tony Blair mask money blood Iraq war

War criminal Tony Blair has moved to prepare the ground for the publication of the Chilcot inquiry into the Iraq war by offering a qualified apology for the use of misleading intelligence and the failure to prepare for the aftermath of the invasion. In an interview with Fareed Zakaria on CNN, the …

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New DHS headquarters was a CIA MKUltra test facility

NSA MKUltra facility

The Department of Homeland Security’s plans to occupy an old psychiatric hospital in the Washington D.C. area have slowly been moving forward, despite the project’s enormous projected cost. Center Building at St. Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, D.C. The mammoth governmental entity, which has come to umbrella the offices of the …

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Bank of England director warns: Bond bubble threatens financial system

Andrew Haldane

Bank of England Director: Andrew Haldane A key Bank of England policymaker has warned of the risks to global financial stability when “the biggest bond bubble in history” bursts. In a wide-ranging testimony to MPs, Andy Haldane, Bank of England director of financial stability, admitted the central bank’s new financial policy committee is taking …

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