UK scientists have received a US$10 million grant for research into GM crops in one of the biggest investments in the field. The British public remains skeptical of GM foods, a recent report suggesting they pose both environmental and health threats.
By Councillor Ian Holt-Religion often takes an aggressive lead in mobilizing countries for war. “Even in our churches we have put the battle flags,” admitted the late Harry Emerson Fosdick, a Protestant clergyman.
By John Salvage-Thousands of unknowing sporting fans, plus people expecting something exciting and different in the guise of the supposedly ''British'' Olympics, who'll actually be attending after paying for their tickets from hard earned cash,...
By Sam Mayhew - Eastern Region activists were in Chelmsford on Thursday raising awareness of the "proposed" mega Mosque that is being described as a "community centre", so to go completely unnoticed by the public without any inconvenient objections...
Senior immigration judge Jonathan Perkins, pictured, ruled Sani Adil Ali, who is serving a three-year sentence for raping the girl, could stay in Britain on the grounds that he could be in danger if he returned to Sudan.
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