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‘Britain First’ celebrates millionth accidental racist to share their posts

‘Britain First’, the enthusiastically racist Facebook group, celebrated the millionth momentary accidental racist, Brian Amersham, who shared their ‘99% of people won’t share this Poppy pride post, will you?’ post.

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Posted: Nov 8th, 2015
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Cameron criticised for photoshopping himself into Battle of the Somme pic

The Prime Minister has come under fire for posting pictures on his Facebook page in which he appears to be going over the top in the Battle of the Somme, leading the charge of the Light Brigade, and defeating the French at Agincourt.

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Posted: Nov 4th, 2015
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‘Realistic’ Farmville upgrade features battery hens pecking off their own flesh

Kentucky Fried Chicken keeps poking you and wants to be your friendFacebook users showed their disapproval after an upgrade to one of their most popular games, Farmville, prompted thousands of complaints that it has rendered the game much less enjoyable and in some cases unplayable.

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Posted: Oct 21st, 2015
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Facebook taxed £1 for each sincere comment

Today HM Revenue & Customs (HRMC) defended their decision to levy £4,327 from Facebook in 2014, based on the social network giant’s contribution to the ‘sum of human kindness’. HRMC also rejected calls to link Facebook’s corporation tax to their global profits of $701m, their share bonuses of £96,000 per UK employee or, the most accurate measurement of their worth, the number of sycophantic remarks on a member’s timeline.

One user complained: ‘If they had linked their tax bill to every time someone tried to stalk a friend, we’d all be millionaires…’

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Posted: Oct 13th, 2015
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Cambridge couple accidently trial new Facebook privacy setting

A Cambridge couple have been the first to trial a new Facebook privacy setting which enables you to broadcast your status to the nation via the front page of national newspapers.

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Posted: Jun 8th, 2015
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