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The E-mails That Prove Video Games Journalism Must be Reformed

In light of our revelations about the secret gaming journalism mailing list GameJournoPros, few can doubt that damaging groupthink has taken hold of the video games journalism establishment. But quite how absurdly close to their subjects some gaming journalists are has been laid bare in black and white thanks to the leak of hundreds of emails from this private mailing list, which has been used by some games industry journalists to aggressively influence the opinions, policies and reporting priorities of other publications.  18 Sep 2014, 4:12 PM PDT

UK Markets Swinging Towards Scottish 'No'

British financial markets placed a raft of late bets that Scots would vote "No" to independence on Thursday, pushing the pound and Scottish-based stocks higher in the final hours of polling. 18 Sep 2014, 8:27 AM PDT

Memo to the BBC: The 'Far Right' Did Not Decapitate David Haines nor Rape 1400 Girls in Rotherham

Here is the news: in Australia, a plot by Islamic State sympathisers to capture random members of the public and chop their heads off has been foiled by security services; in Syria, two Americans and a British hostage have been beheaded by an Islamist nicknamed Jihadi John - and another innocent Briton (a taxi driver captured while working for an aid convoy) has been told he is next on the list; across Britain, in the aftermath of the Rotherham enquiry, more and more evidence is emerging that in towns and cities all over the country mostly underage white girls have been systematically groomed, raped and trafficked by organised Muslim gangs, with the complicity of local government authorities, charity workers, police officers and the broader Muslim community. 18 Sep 2014, 8:15 AM PDT

Scottish Referendum: Who Says 'Yes' and Who Says 'No'

On the surface, the players and interests in the 2014 Scottish referendum can be boiled down to the Scottish National Party and leader Alex Salmond versus David Cameron and the supporters of a unified United Kingdom. 18 Sep 2014, 8:10 AM PDT

Cameron Ultra-Loyalist Joins Rebellion Against 'Devo Max'

Claire Perry, Rail Minister for the British government, has warned the Prime Minister not to give Scotland 'financial party bags' if the country votes 'no' today. The normally ultra-loyal minister said that she was concerned that, in the event of a close 'no' vote, Scotland would be offered a “raft of goodies” that would be funded by English voters, something that would stir resentment south of the border. 18 Sep 2014, 5:30 AM PDT

In a 50-50 Dead Heat, The Fate of the UK Would Be Decided by... A Coin Toss?

It sounds mad, but a toss of the coin could, technically, decide the fate of the United Kingdom and Scotland. Oddly enough, even with polls as close as they currently are, the Edinburgh Agreement signed by David Cameron and Alex Salmond last year setting out the plans for today's referendum vote doesn't account for the fact that there may be an equal number of votes on both sides. 18 Sep 2014, 5:12 AM PDT

What Drives The Angry Feminist Journalists Slating #GamerGate?

A suspiciously coordinated attack on August 28th this year, declaring the "death of gaming culture," displayed staggering contempt by journalists for their own audience. But one article stood head and shoulders above the rest for pouring scorn on the men - and yes, it is still overwhelmingly men - who play video games. "'Gamers' don't have to be your audience. 'Gamers' are over", wrote Leigh Alexander 18 Sep 2014, 4:28 AM PDT

Scottish Yes Poster Eaten By Unionist Snails

When Caroline McMaster from Leith noticed her ‘Vote Yes’ posters being attacked every night she rightly suspected that slimy no campaigners may have been involved. But she admits she had not realised how right her theory was until she got up early this morning to find the latest one being eaten… by snails. 18 Sep 2014, 3:37 AM PDT

Calais Illegals Taunt Border Guards

Brazen migrants camping out at Calais are so confident of getting into Britain that they are now taunting British border guards at the French town’s port. Others already in Britain readily admit to enjoying British prison life because they get three meals a day and unlimited access to the football on Sky Sports. 18 Sep 2014, 2:22 AM PDT

Dramatic Headlines Greet Scotland 'D-Day'

Newspapers declared Thursday a "day of destiny" in dramatic front pages streaked with blue, white and red as Scotland votes on whether to split from the United Kingdom. 18 Sep 2014, 2:12 AM PDT

A Guide to Scotland as Independence Vote Nears

The people of Scotland will decide on Thursday whether to end a partnership with the rest of the United Kingdom that has lasted more than 300 years. Here is a guide to Scotland as the historic vote nears. 18 Sep 2014, 2:06 AM PDT

Emotions Mount on Final Day of Scottish Campaign

For Scots, Wednesday was a day of excitement, apprehension, and a flood of final appeals before a big decision. In a matter of hours, they will determine whether Scotland leaves the United Kingdom and becomes an independent state. 18 Sep 2014, 2:04 AM PDT

Scotland Goes to the Polls: This Can Only End Badly

Today the people of Scotland will vote on the most important issue of their lifetime: whether to remain part of a 307 year old Union which has brought them peace and prosperity, encouraged cultural and economic efflorescence and created the greatest empire the world has ever seen... 18 Sep 2014, 1:10 AM PDT

WATCH: Gordon Brown's Epic Speech About Saving The Union

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has spoken of his love of Scotland and how the United Kingdom fought together in WWII. Brown remains popular in Scotland despite his poor reputation in the rest of the UK, and was brought in the bolster a lacklustre 'No' campaign. 17 Sep 2014

New, Pro-ISIS Group Rears Its Head in Denmark, Recruits for Jihad

A militant Islamist organisation reported to have “strong connections” to the Islamic State has established itself in Denmark and is recruiting Danes to join its cause. The development will be of great cause for concern for Denmark, coming just weeks after a Danish mosque openly declared support for ISIS both on television, with one Islamist warning “It is an open war now” 17 Sep 2014

Salmond Demands Inquiry Into Royal Bank of Scotland Leak

Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond has written to the head of the Civil Service to demand an inquiry into a leak at the Royal Bank of Scotland. The leak was of information that showed the bank would be unable to remain in an independent Scotland and instead would move to London. 17 Sep 2014

Pope 'At Risk of Assassination by ISIS'

Pope Francis is at risk of assassination from ISIS, a top Iraqi diplomat has warned. Habeeb al Sadr, Iraqi ambassador to the Vatican, said that the terror group had issued “credible threats” to the kill the Pope, just days before he begins a visit to Albania. 17 Sep 2014

Austria Announces Tough New Anti-Jihad Laws as Europe Cracks Down on Defectors

The Austrian government plans to tighten up laws on sedition and the display of provocative imagery in order to tackle Isis jihadists and their supporters within Austria, The Local has reported. Under the range of new measures, dual citizens who engage in combat will lose their Austrian passport, and children will not be allowed to leave the country without the express permission of their parents or guardians. 17 Sep 2014

Separatists in Quebec, Scotland Share Lessons

Quebec's separatists are watching closely this week to see if the Scottish independence movement has learned from their failed attempts to break away from Canada. And it could be rejuvenated if Scotland breaks away from the United Kingdom. 17 Sep 2014

Bradley Manning says 'Let ISIS Succeed.' I say 'Shut That Cell Door!'

Have they cut it off yet? The penis attached to traitorous transsexual "Chelsea" Manning, I mean. How else to explain the level of feverish disturbance necessary for the former Private Bradley to pen an op-ed saying we should "let ISIS succeed" in its mission to destroy half the Middle East, murdering, raping and torturing anyone in its way 16 Sep 2014

Cameron Dismisses an English Parliament if Scotland Stays

Scots haven’t even voted on their proposed independence from the United Kingdom yet, but there is already talk of devolution if Scotland stays with calls for a separate English parliament, which the Prime Minister has been swift to dismiss out of hand. 16 Sep 2014

Next Title: Elizabeth, Queen of Scots?

Queen Elizabeth II can keep her magnificent Scottish castle at Balmoral should Scots vote for independence — and chances are she will be able to keep her role as well. As Thursday's referendum nears, questions are being been raised about Scotland's future relationship with the monarchy if its people opt for independence. 16 Sep 2014

Farage Re-Elected Unopposed as UKIP Leader

Nigel Farage has announced that he is "very pleased" to have been re-elected as leader of the UK Independence Party. His four year term had been due to end on the 5th November, but he will now continue to lead his party into next year’s landmark general election. 16 Sep 2014

Apple and U2: Perfect for Each Other, But a Nightmare for the Rest of Us

Picture the two. One is a bland, middle-aged act, coasting on former success but still wildly profitable among old white men with spreading waistlines. The other is rock band U2. On the face of it, Bono and his bandmates represent an ideal soulmate for Apple. Both institutions are entering a flatulent, post-hit period and probably regard one another as the epitome of cool. 16 Sep 2014

EU Further Antagonises Russia by Signing 'Historic' Association Agreement with Ukraine

The European Union and Ukraine have simultaneously ratified an association agreement designed to bring Ukraine in line with the EU on a wide range of issues from security to human rights, prompting Ukraine’s President to hail the event as a “historic” day. However, following talks in Brussels between the two parties and Russia last week, further agreement on free trade has been postponed until 2016. 16 Sep 2014

Independent Scotland Would Generate $17,217 per Family in Energy Taxes

Of the UK's North Sea energy deposits, 96 percent of oil and 47 percent of gas production are in Scottish waters, according to geographic studies by the University of Aberdeen. Since oil production came on line in the 1970s, the UK has pumped two thirds of the North Sea oil reserves and pocketed over $500 billion in taxes with only $49 billion being allocated to Scotland. An independent Scotland would be energy independent and immediately generate about $17,217 in tax revenue for every Scottish family of four. 16 Sep 2014

Independent Scots Will Be At the Mercy of the Big State

National pride and the right to self-rule are noble ideas, so if some Scots truly lack any sense of Britishness, it's understandable (if unfortunate) that they might want to go it alone. For them, independence is not about economic viability; it’s about being in control of their own destiny. 16 Sep 2014

British Annual Inflation Dips to 1.5 Percent

Britain's 12-month inflation dipped to 1.5 percent in August from 1.6 percent in July, official data showed on Tuesday, easing pressure on the Bank of England to raise rates. 16 Sep 2014

Beckham: 'Vote to Renew Our Historic Bond'

Internationally acclaimed footballer and former England striker David Beckham has stated his support for the United Kingdom, insisting that he wouldn’t tell Scots “what to do”, but affirming the value of British “friendship”. 16 Sep 2014

London's FTSE Flat on Scotland 'Uncertainty'

London's leading share index remained almost flat in early trade Tuesday, following weak US and Chinese manufacturing data and ahead of the looming Scottish referendum. 16 Sep 2014

Queen Speaks Out: Think Very Carefully, Scotland

Her Majesty the Queen has, after weeks of speculation made her thoughts on Scottish independence known publicly for the first time, after she told Scottish Independence well wishers to think “very carefully about the future” after attending a Sunday church service 15 Sep 2014

A Scottish 'Yes' Also Means Exit from EU, NATO

If Scottish voters this week say Yes to independence, not only will they tear up the map of Great Britain, they'll shake the twin pillars of Western Europe's postwar prosperity and security — the European Union and the U.S.-led NATO defense alliance. 15 Sep 2014

ANALYSIS: Could UKIP Win Up to 40 Seats in 2015?

The latest “Future of the UK” poll by Survation for the Mail on Sunday provides a good deal of hope for UKIP at the general election, showing the party in England and Wales on 20.4 percent, enough to win a number of Westminster seats 15 Sep 2014

UK Parliament Recall over ISIS Could Ruin UKIP Conference

British Prime Minister David Cameron may recall parliament at the end of either next week or the week after to seek approval for air strikes against terrorist organisation ISIS. The delay in bringing MPs back is to ensure the debate does not clash with either Labour or Conservative conference, but it could mean that the UK Independence Party's is badly overshadowed 15 Sep 2014

South Korea Arrests Man Repatriated by North

A South Korean man repatriated by North Korea after an apparent defection attempt has been formally arrested for breaking the South's strict national security law, police said Monday. 15 Sep 2014

Arab Nations Offer Airstrikes to Combat Islamic State

Several Arab nations have pledged military support, including airstrikes, to assist in the international campaign against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria, according to officials with the U.S. State Department. 15 Sep 2014

Queen of Scots, But for How Long?

Scottish separatists say they will keep Queen Elizabeth II if the country votes to leave the United Kingdom, but some question how secure the monarchy would be post-independence. 15 Sep 2014


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