Prominent neo-Nazi comes out as gay and reveals Jewish heritage

The prominent neo-Nazi has come out as gay and Jewish<br />(Picture: Channel 4 News) A prominent neo-Nazi has come out as gay and revealed his Jewish heritage. Kevin Wilshaw was an organiser for the National Front, a member of the BNP, and was still speaking at white supremacist rallies at the start of this year. He admitted that he was ...

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MPs could rebel against Theresa May on Universal Credit roll-out

Strong and stable… Strong and stable… (Picture: PA) The stage is set for a potentially embarrassing showdown in the House of Commons today over the new benefits system. Theresa May wants parliament to approve the roll-out of Universal Credit – which combines existing benefits into one payment – across the whole UK. But up to 25 Tory MPs could be ...

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Scientists Have Worked Out How To Save A 'Dead' Heart After A Heart Attack

Surviving a heart attack is only half of the battle as 20% of patients will go on to have another cardiac arrest within 12 months of the first one, partly because the organ has been weakened and developed scar tissue. As a result, scientists have been trying to work out how they can save hearts and restore the muscle, instead ...

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How A Smart Home Can Help You Go Green

Smart home devices and the idea of a connected home has become ingrained in everyday life, with 80 million smart home devices being delivered worldwide last year. But while many think that a smart home’s main USP is that it can fundamentally make your life easier, what they don’t realise is that its role is actually much bigger than that ...

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Who Owns Your Data When You Die?

In May 2016, a New York Times media columnist’s Twitter account was taken over by a sexting bot, and flooded his nearly half million followers’ accounts with spam. In the context of increasing cases of account hacks, the incident wasn’t remarkable. Just that David Carr had been dead since 2015. The Question of How Data Is Treated After The Owner’s ...

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Gold Was Likely Created By The Universe-Bending Explosion Between Two Neutron Stars

While it’s true that we are in fact all made of stars, tracing the origins of every element on the periodic table has led to us asking more questions than getting answers. Gold, silver and platinum for example have always been hard to pin down, for them to be naturally created you need a cosmic event of frankly unimaginable power. ...

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How Is Ethereum Different From Bitcoin?

What is Ethereum and how is it different from Bitcoin? originally appeared on Quora – the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Samantha Radocchia, Emerging Technologies Entrepreneur and Scholar: The Primary Difference Between Ethereum And Bitcoin: A Beginner’s Guide Today’s hype surrounding Bitcoin, Ethereum, cryptocurrency, and blockchain ...

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An App That Encourages Teens To Actually Be Nice To Each Other Has Just Been Bought By Facebook

It’s no secret that the internet can be a cesspit of anonymous trolling and bad behaviour from behind the safety of a computer screen. So what happens when an app is created purely for people to pay each other compliments? Well, it will be downloaded over 5 million times, have 2.5 million daily users and then be bought by Facebook. ...

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Sun Setting On 'Renewables And Reliability Argument'

In April this year, the UK went its first full day without the use of energy from coal since the Industrial Revolution. As the first country to use coal for electricity, this is a watershed moment for the low carbon revolution. In fact, the UK energy supply was only 2% from coal in the first half of 2017, down from ...

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Call Security! Cyber Defence Lags Behind In Retail

It’s a familiar sight – the uniformed security guard patrolling the store on the lookout for shoplifters, ready to spring into action to stop thieves from getting away with the goods. Retailers have long known the value of proactive security to prevent loss and act as a deterrent in the real world. However, it seems that in the virtual world ...

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