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Cambridge Analytica search warrant granted
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Thousands in Poland protest stricter abortion laws as hard right PiS government moves to choke options further
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Trump's National Security Council recommends expelling Russian diplomats
Cambridge Analytica bragged: We have vast data for Brexit vote
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'Hostages taken' at French supermarket
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Germany and France promise new Russia sanctions
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China bans video spoofs and parodies
Russian journalists accuse politician of sexual harassment
Leaked: Cambridge Analytica's blueprint for Trump victory
Cambridge Analytica academic's work upset university colleagues
UK data watchdog raids Cambridge Analytica office in London
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1324 6months_to_60k I get you, Louise. >Louise Craig, from Connah's Quay in north Wales, said it was "the most excitement I've had on a Saturday afternoon for a while".
5095 Infected_Lion Reminds me of an earthquake Oklahoma had a few years back. Knocked over some lawn furniture. Rebuilding took whole minutes of our time.
12766 AlbaDdraig This reads like a satirical article. Edit: This is possibly the most boring thing I've said on Reddit and it's now my most upvoted comment. I feel both happy and uncomfortable. Am I Englishing right?
1573 Home_ What is this world coming to
1263 automoebeale Has a donation fund been started?
1350 Kerrbearisme Tea time is ruined...
211 SammyT623 This is a very British headline. I love it.
206 Keerikkadan91 My favorite part: > "I get a lot of fat wood pigeons jumping up and down on my chimney and I first of all thought the noise was them but they must have put on a heck a lot of weight to make the house shake," she told the BBC.
296 ck_9900 We had an earthquake?
270 TheVenetianMask "Britain reacts to 'underwhelming' quake" Freakin Britain never happy with anything.
294 HowardBass I thought the kettle had just finished boiling.
702 -SaC Press F (but in an appropriate, sensible copperplate font) to pay your respects for the ornamental Diana plates that wobbled slightly. Pray for us.
339 StevieInternets Is the hard Brexit beginning?