Ghost Caught on Security Cam

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In what is supposedly the fourth oldest pub in Britain a ghost or some kind of spirit was just filmed on a security camera.

The manager said that when he came into work to open up in the morning he found a broken glass on the ground, he then decided to check the security footage to see what kind of shenannigans were going on in the pub when he wasn't there and they were supposed to be closed.

What he saw was unbelievable.

Legalising Cannabis In Britain, Like Uruguay, 'Would Save Millions'

Silver's picture, By: Charlotte Meredith, 12/15/2013

The debate over the legalisation of cannabis has been moving increasingly from the margins into the political mainstream, with multiple cities, states and countries considering, developing or implementing a range of regulated market models. Many public figures, including some politicians, are in agreement that fifty years later, the war on drugs has failed – so has the time come for Britain to take the step from prohibition to legalised regulation? At a time when Britain is facing brutal austerity measure, The Institute For Social And Economic Research recently estimated that a regulated market could reduce the government deficit by up to £1.25bn, whilst producing roughly £400m in "net benefit" for the country.


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The Nerve: The Cuts Don't Work

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Published on Sep 6, 2012 by Austerity Fail

A musical history of Britain's ConDemolition.
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Based on The Verve's classic number one single, "The Drugs Don't Work"
Backing track: the Ameritz Karaoke band
Video editing and vocals: Jack Morgan
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