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Control UK’s population: Oh Goodies!

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Not the voice of my my generation

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What we do and don’t know about Ebola

Authorities aren’t squarely facing the truth.
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We can’t elect a government to be better than we are.
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Ordained ministers face three and a half years in jail and $7,000 in fines.
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Blood is thicker than water

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The final dismissal

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Big corporations like Apple and Facebook are covering the cost of egg freezing for women employees.
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Ebola can only be beaten if we pull together

There's no need for the US to panic, as long as people act like adults, not spoiled teens.
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