Terrorists have taken lives on the streets of London and blown up children’s concerts in Manchester – but Britain’s chief of defense thinks the UK should focus on other “threats.”The governmental obsession with Russia took a new, giant leap this week when the hapless head of Britain’s three military arms outlined what he – as a former businessman – has decided is the biggest threat to UK security.
Next, human stem cells will be planted into sheep embryos if permission is given to take the experiment to the next level. The embryos will be genetically modified so they cannot grow a pancreas and scientists hope human DNA will fill in the missing code. Man mixed with animal embryos were grown at Stanford university inside a “surrogate” to test the breakthrough. If successful, an unlimited supply of human organs could be grown for harvesting.
Corbyn’s deputy Emily Thornberry was grilled over what the opposition to Theresa May’s Government actually wants from the split from the European Union - and they still do not have an answer. The shadow First Secretary of State was unable to give an answer to Robert Peston on his ITV news show on Sunday over how Labour would deliver Brexit.
@Ptaah_LSG Haha! Whether I live in a castle or a bedsit - I'm sure as shit not spending my Sundays trolling journalists for asking legitimate questions when an airline declares a mid-air emergency. I'm out of time for you now. Try and enjoy your day :D
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Selecting a term
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