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by Hamilton High, for outsideleft.com
originally published: September, 2011
"I was researching what a 15 year-old would call the police. Is it 'fizz' or something? I can't keep up with it." - PD James
by Hamilton High, for outsideleft.com
originally published: September, 2011
"I was researching what a 15 year-old would call the police. Is it 'fizz' or something? I can't keep up with it." - PD James

Okays, so unlike most of the rest of the popular media in the world somehow we manage to generally ignore press releases. It's a shame, because, that's a great world, the world according to PR Shamans. I mean, we love them but. However, when we get Al Likilla's missive's we're intrigued, we're happy and we want to share, so here's his trailer for the Fall edition of his online magazine, Home Defence... Thanks Al!

Welcome everyone, to the start-of-Autumn Home Defence update, featuring the latest hot reports from your favoured Paranoia and Lifestyle Webzine!

This time out, following a Summer of proper pillaging, we start with a Post-Riots News Round Up

And in response to everything going a bit wrong in the UK, there's an exclusive statement from the Prime Minister on our home page

Archibald Scamp gives you his top ten ways of retaining the will to live during the LibDem Party Conference.

In Celebrity News we uncover a strange Internet suicide pact

The Conservative Party expands overseas, that's in International News

While our Classic LPs series features Americana trailblazer, Eileen Rose

And Harry Figgis delves into the murky world of Welfare to Work contracts

Finally, bad news for takeaway delivery boys everywhere, in our Special Report

That's your lot for now. Until next time, this is Al Likilla telling you to just keep repeating it to yourself; all the bad seeds are now in prison. Al

Al Likilla 
Editor & Co-Creator 
HomeDefenceUK.com - Paranoia & Lifestyle Webzine

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Hamilton High

Hamilton High was born on Doheny Ave in the gutter, is a poet, writer and observer of popular culture. Likes fashion and cares less for style. He's on the move, he's an alter ego and we hardly ever hear from him.

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