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A Fantastic Opportunity

I have recently joined the fantastic people at Awake Radio and what a great team they are. No censorship or agendas just pure free speech which is the way things should be, but sadly due to mainstream media we know views are censored and silenced.   139 more words

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Hostile reaction to filming for new C4 doc "Immigrants Street"

Earlier this year, it was announced that Channel 4 would be following up their documentary “Benefits Street” with a sequel called “Immigrants Street”. Benefits Street caused a lot of controversy when it was shown due to the way it’s portrayal of the residents of James Turner Street in Birmingham. 228 more words

Politics

Sorry folks but White Dee isn't going to be on Celebrity Big Brother after all

She might have seemed a very likely candidate for Celebrity Big Brother¬†– but now it appears that White Dee won’t be gracing the house with her presence after all. 250 more words

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Immigration Street, a new show from the makers of Benefit Street, is coming to Channel 4

The makers of Benefits Street are going to bring new show Immigration Street to Channel 4.

Immigration Street will focus on the ethnically diverse residents of Derby Road in Southampton, … 145 more words

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Celebrity Big Brother 2014: Guess how much White Dee off Benefits Street is getting paid to star

Celebrity Big Brother bosses are allegedly forking out a whopping ¬£100,000 to secure White Dee for the show’s upcoming series.

Dee, 42, made a name for herself on Benefits Street lazing around and milking handouts which should stand her in good stead for BB. 131 more words

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Benefits Street star White Dee 'attacked and thrown in a pool' in Magaluf

Reality TV star Deirdre ‘White Dee’ Kelly – who became an unlikely celebrity after appearing in Channel 4’s Benefits Street – is recovering after being thrown in a Magalu swimming pool by a gang of thugs. 270 more words

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Does Iain Duncan Smith Do His Research by Watching TV?

Middle-class Britain has been shocked by the ‘hidden reality’ of welfare ghettos apparently revealed by TV programmes such as Benefits Street, Iain Duncan Smith explained as he… 801 more words

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