Under the new Terrorism Act, protestors and activists with no interest in overthrowing the state or harming the general public could find themselves falling under the Act’s expanded definition of terrorism.
The Act creates a two-tier system in which people suspected of a criminal act for moral or political reasons will have fewer rights than someone who commits a similar crime for reasons of lust, greed or viciousness.
God Bless Chris Morris (from Hansard – 23rd July, 1996)
Mr. Amess:To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what action the Government propose in respect of the import of (a) khat, (b) gammahydroxybutyrate and (c) "cake" to the United Kingdom. 
Mr. Sackville:We are not aware of any reports of misuse in the United Kingdom of the substance known as "cake" but the advisory council nevertheless has under review the question whether this and a number of similar substances should be brought within the scope of the 1971 Act.
Great Divide Brewing Co. makes some terrific beers and you can’t go wrong with this imperial stout. A lot of times I find imperial stouts to be too strong but this one is so bold and silky smooth. Careful though, it’s still an imperial!
“The point of writing short isn’t to be short; it’s to be concise. The goal isn’t to reduce the time it takes to read from the beginning to the end, but to reduce the friction it takes to read from one sentence to the next. That friction, not how far away the end looks, is what makes a reader drift away; if each sentence compels you to read the next one, you’ll read a 300,000-word novel.”—Gideon Lichfield, On Writing Short
Poised to begin a European tour with Atoms For Peace, after Thom Yorke handpicked them for the coveted support slot, the Owiny Sigoma Band [Oh-wee-nee Sig-oh-mah] prepare to release ‘Harpoon Land’ – the finest example to date of their ability to compose instinctive and instantaneous pop songs whilst neatly sidestepping the pitfalls of this perilous pursuit.