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Jul 30 - Co-op Calls for Censorship of 'Lads' Mags'

newsThis week, UK supermarket chain, The Co-Operative has pledged to censor top shelf magazines, by hiding them behind opaque panelling.

Censorship of the media has been a hot topic since the phone hacking scandal sparked a full-blown inquiry into the ethics of the press fronted by Justice Leveson. Now, one can argue that censorship of top shelf magazines does not filter into the same category as the strict press regulation that is set to hit the bustling world of UK media, next month, but it’s bound to cause more of a stir.

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Jul 30 - Breaking News: End Of The PDP – Party Calls It A Day Following Disappointing By-Election

A final statement from the PDP in which the party explains its decision to end its involvement in local politics: "...the reality is that many people have sacrificed enormous amounts of time and other resources over 7 years without significant electoral progress and after 3 elections, it is clear that our current political system makes no room for a 3rd party, however well delivered or received is their message. The PDP have never sought to be a pressure group and in the circumstances, the executive have by overwhelming majority recommended to its membership that the party be wound up with effect from the 31st August 2013."

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