The UK Guardian running fake news on "Mobile phones cause cancer". A cherry picked study of rat tissues rather than large surveys of humans with real phones.
A distortion of research on the subject.
Though the BBC has been dreadful for science reporting for years.
Facebook only demoting rather than removing PROVEN fake news.
It's curious that some Victorians wanting to attack the Church of England invented the Mediaeval Flat Earth myth. Historically most people didn't think about such things, but those that did usually figured out the Earth's diameter not too badly.
Though the Victorians didn't invent Fake News. The Ancient Greeks worried about it and knew it was a problem. The Fake news is so often more attractive, compelling, fun etc than the real stuff. Sometimes seems more likely that the real news!
Is the UK really stockpiling processed foods, medicine and for NI, electricity generators? I've given up trying to decide on some of it.