Tesco removes ‘What doctors don’t tell you’ from its magazine shelves


BBC R4 this morning: a commentator on something, I heard this:

“… we saw more people voting in X Factor than for police commissioners.”
No surprise there, but took my attention.


UK Column. I’ve read some suggestion that Brian Gerish is not what he seems. Last night I watched a talk from Cornwall. It was lovely, informative, even funny. He said if nothing else note whohttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saul_Alinsky is and what relation do Silliband and Cameroon have with his ideas?
I have made a point of checking out The UK Column in recent weeks, which have moved their ‘television-like’ programmes from YouTube to a different format as mentioned in this letter. I have found their reporting bloody brilliant.


e.g. Ruth Ellis (9 October 1926—13 July 1955) was the last woman to be executed in the United Kingdom, after being convicted of the murder of her lover, David Blakely. On 20 June 1955, Ellis appeared in the Number One Court at the Old Bailey, London, before Mr Justice Havers, Butler-Sloss’ brother. Again, it is a detail that took my attention.

Even if Butler-Sloss is genuinely fit for purpose, it just does not look good and is a bizarre appointment.


Health Ranger. I really like Mike Adams, but in the last couple of days he posted this and I don’t get it: Real global warming could be unleashed by a hidden technology most people don’t even know exists:
… and more: Free energy advocates fail to grasp even basic concepts of thermodynamics, electricity and physical reality:

This makes assumptions about the nature of ‘free energy’. Labels and definitions are so limiting. What about cones pointed at an object to induce levitation as per Coral Castle in Homestead Florida and it’s builder Ed Leedskalnin?


I look forward to watching Mark Windows interviewing the marvellous Dr Rebecca Carley.


Today I’ve written to Philip Clarke Chief Executive Tesco, David Yeldham Store Manager Tesco Thetford and Matthew Hancock, Conservative MP West Suffolk regarding the removal of magazine “What Doctors Don’t Tell You” from the shelves of Tesco.



I’ve also sent the Bill Maloney Chris Fay conversation re 8 year old child torture and murder to Matthew MP. That interview really got to me and has inspired a renewed letter wiriting episode.

Keep up the good work.   NPP.

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