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Jason Beattie from The Mirror must have been watching a different PMQ's than me

The Mirror journalist Jason Beattie wrote Jeremy Corbyn struggled to form a coherent line of attack against a stony Theresa May at Prime Minister's questions. But he must have been watching a different PMQ's to me because Corbyn ripped Dictator May apart.

Just after PMQ's we reported on how angry Theresa May was with Corbyn because he tore her apart so where this so called journalist Jason Beattie got the idea that Corbyn "struggled" is beyond me, of course, it is just more mainstream media BS. 
The sad thing is he ran a poll asking who won PMQ's and Corbyn obviously won, these so-called mainstream media journalists are becoming less annoying and more cringe worthy now it just smells of desperation from the right-wing Tory media. 

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Facebook to ban "fake" news websites, is this censorship of alternative media?

Two of the world’s biggest internet companies, Google and Facebook, are taking new steps to fight the rising tide of fake news — in other words, conspiracy theories and misleading information from no-name sites masquerading as news— that exploded on their platforms during this campaign cycle.  The problem has grown to the point that it is now too big to ignore. Both companies have come under fire for widely-shared fake news stories that spread false information about the candidates but isn't this censorship of alternative media? 

In a move disclosed Monday, Google said it will withhold lucrative digital ads from appearing on any sites that “misrepresent, misstate, or conceal information.” The new policy could give news and information sites greater incentive to avoid false headlines or risk losing revenue.
Google was on the defensive after it was discovered that the top search result for “final election numbers,” “final election results,” “who won the popular vote” and similar phrase…

Watch: PMQ's Theresa May gets angry at Corbyn

The unelected PM is not happy with being torn apart by Corbyn. If looks could kill.



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Tories welcome Nigel Farage back for a VERY sinister reason

Nigel Farage has dropped a hint that he could rejoin the Conservative Party after he finally steps down as Ukip leader. With Tory election fraud about to explode could Nigel Farage win back the seat he lost to the tories? and are the Tories ready to welcome him back with open arms so they can keep the South Thanet seat?

He pointedly refused to rule out becoming a Tory again nearly 25 years after quitting the party over John Major's pro-EU policies, and would only say "let's see what happens".
In an interview with Sky News, Mr Farage was asked if he would like to rejoin the party he left in 1992.
He said: "Well no I'm not totally convinced that they're actually going to deliver. I mean, let's see what happens. I wish (Theresa) May well as Prime Minister, I really, genuinely do.
"My slight concern is that she was Home Secretary for six years, made a series of big promises and even bigger speeches about immigration numbers, and yet presided over alm…

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