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Ukip: the battle for Britain
John Harris, guardian.co.uk

They worship Churchill, Thatcher and the right to smoke, they hate gay marriage and Europe: is Ukip the lunatic fringe or the shape of things to come? We meet Britain’s newest political tribe

Susan McCaffery lives in Billericay, in Essex. She’s …

The more I read about ukip. The more I worry

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loveyourchaos:

every fucking day of my life. 

So true

loveyourchaos:

every fucking day of my life. 

So true

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pbh3:

Don’t become a statistic.

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guardian:

Is this the picture of the day? Kimon, an eight year old, female long-tailed monkey sits with a kitten, whom, she treats as her baby, in Bintan Island, Indonesia. Taken from Picture Desk Live: our photo coverage of the day’s events in the UK and around the world

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Argh bless

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guardian:

How Diplo rolls: on the road with the most influential man in music.

He’s one of the most influential men in music, spanning underground scenes and chart toppers. And he’s still on a mission in search of the perfect beat

Super awesome

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guardian:

We love these Sulawesi crested black macaques in Indonesia – this is one of the shortlisted images in the Sony world photography awards. Enjoy!

Photo: Jozef de Fraine

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pbh3:

Baby Pig Chases Dog GIF

Or the most wimpy dog ever, depending on your perspective. Via PBH2: Funniest Animal GIFs.

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juniorcatastrophe:

Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye- Western Scotland

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"Jism 2 has garnered acres of press interest after a Canadian-Indian porn star called Sunny Leone was chosen as the female lead. She had come to prominence after starring in Bigg Boss, India’s answer to Big Brother. Jism, incidentally, means “body” in Hindi. The film’s publicity manager seemed genuinely surprised to be told this week of jism’s less savoury meaning in English slang."

- Bollywood ups the raunch factor - how the Indian film industry is losing its inhibitions (via guardian)

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