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Why Does The Government Approve of Gruesome Images on Cigarette Packs and Not Cosmetics, Alcohol or Junk Food?

Marco Torres preventdisease.com There is a shameful double standard that exists at the expense of smokers. We all know smoking is bad for our health and that modern-day cigarettes are the equivalent of cancer on a stick. Smokers know it … Continue reading

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Grin and share it: Former PM Tony Blair alleged to have earned up to £80million since 2007

This Is Money Reporter This Is Money Former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair could have earned as much as £80million since leaving office five years ago. An interview at the weekend suggests that last year alone he raked in £20million … Continue reading

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Government of India Declares That All Genetically Modified Foods Be Labeled

April McCarthy Prevent Disease Can we give a thumbs up to the ministry of consumer affairs in India? They have issued a gazette notification early this month indicating that every food package containing genetically modified food shall bear at the … Continue reading

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Ban Ki Moon Declares “Model Of Consumption Dead”, Envisions World Of Forced Environmental Labor

P Gosselin NoTricksZone UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon has written a guest piece for Der Spiegel. In it he declares that “consumption is dead” and that a new economic model is needed for the planet. However, like everyone one … Continue reading

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The World Tomorrow : President Rafael Correa

Julian Assange The World Tomorrow In this weeks episode, President Rafael Correa of Ecuador discusses with Julian whether it’s always the case of good media vs corrupt government, and examines his country’s relationship with the United States. Discussion opens with … Continue reading

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China Warns Australia to Choose “Godfather” – China or U.S.

John Daly oilprice.com It is rare in diplomatic circles for governments to speak bluntly, particularly in the Orient, where manners are highly prized. The exceptions to this rule are retired military officers, who are often able to voice sentiments too … Continue reading

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FAO/WHO Expert meeting on the application of nanotechnologies in the food and agriculture sectors: potential food safety implications – Meeting report

FAO & WHO Governments, industry and science have identified the potential of nanotechnology in the food and agriculture sectors and are investing significantly in its application to food production. However, owing to limited knowledge of the effects of these applications on … Continue reading

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Let voters dump bad government, experts decide

Source: SMH VOTERS should be given the power to force early elections in NSW with a view to dumping unpopular governments, a majority of experts has advised the Premier, Barry O’Farrell. But an early election could only be called with … Continue reading

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National DNA database ‘worth discussing’

Nine MSN A national DNA database should be discussed as heinous crimes go unsolved for decades, NSW Police Minister Michael Gallacher says. Mr Gallacher is leading a push for a debate on the merit of genetic samples being collected from … Continue reading

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EU Demands Right To Dictate National Budgets

Source: AFP The European Union called Wednesday for sweeping new powers to override national budgets and decide when governments should be placed under the wardenship of Brussels technocrats.

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