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NEW EVIDENCE: Jill Dando WAS murdered for investigating child abuse

New evidence has come to light for the murder of BBC's journalist and TV presenter Jill Dando 
All will be revealed 26th April 2016




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Britain is bringing back NATIONAL SERVICE (Poll included)

A bill reintroducing national service, or conscription, in the UK has been put forward for discussion in parliament. The legislation would make it mandatory for 18-26-year-olds to participate in military or charitable service for a period of one year.


The bill was brought to parliament by Conservative MP Philip Hollobone, who has championed the legislation as a way to inspire young people in Britain with “self-respect, personal reliance, discipline, and behavior.” “I believe that the introduction of a modern form of national service would prove popular with the public and be of immense benefit to the young people who take part,” Hollobone said. The year of charitable or military service could range from care for the elderly or disabled to work with the emergency services or the armed forces. Those who do not participate would be guilty of a criminal offense. Hollobone brought the bill to parliament to be debated last Friday, but the discussion was postponed until February next year. “Unfor…

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