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They are broadly united by their reactionary position: an opposition to feminism, social justice and leftwing politics and present themselves as an underdog alternative to the mainstream media. During the show, Rubin asks Molyneux to describe his position on the link between race and IQ, where he cites research that has shown different races have different average IQ test results. Molyneux believes this shows that intelligence of different races is genetic rather than environmental — something that has been shown time and time again to be bad science. Members of the network frequently use a live debate format, with multiple speakers arguing for hours on topics such as race, immigration and feminism.
Watch the shocking footage of a gang of teenagers tearing through an ASDA supermarket in Brighton, doing wheelies on their bikes and scaring customers. Footage shows the boys filming themselves as they race through the supermarket aisles, laughing and doing wheelies on their bikes. Customers try to block their way with their trolleys, but one boy punches a man roughly on the shoulder. Customers watching looked distressed as the teenagers raced past them shouting "Go, go go. An Asda spokesman said: "The incident at our Brighton Marina store in June was totally unacceptable and whilst we were relieved that none of our customers were injured, we will not tolerate this kind of behaviour in our shops.
The Culture Department said the new powers on videos were scheduled to come into effect in September next year, subject to a further consultation and a statutory order in Parliament. The department said Ofcom also would have the power to suspend or restrict the entitlement to provide a service. A NSPCC survey of 40, children aged seven to 16 found one in four had live-streamed, and one in eight had video-chatted with someone they had never met. And four per cent of 11 to year-olds had sent, been asked to send or received sexual content to or from an adult.