As your site was found to be in violation of our programme policies, it is no longer eligible for participation in the AdSense programme.
As you may know, we currently do not run paid Google ads on web pages that are determined to contain potentially sensitive, negative or non-family safe content.
In your case, I have reviewed your site http://devilskitchen.me.uk once again and confirmed that its content falls into a category that we are not able to help you monetise at this time. As per our programme policies (https://www.google.com/adsense/policies), sites displaying Google ads may not include violent content, advocacy against any individual, group, or organization or excessive profanity.
You will recall that they attempted to shut down my Adsense a little while back although, in that case, they had the decency to email me and, upon review, to reverse their decision. This time, they did not perform that courtesy. I publish this as a warning to my fellow swearbloggers, as Google have obviously changed their policies; what other explanation can there be for the fact that they have let me run Adsense for the last 18 months?
As private company, this is entirely their decision of course, brake on free speech though it might be interpreted to be. But, what puzzles me is why Google should not advertise on "non-family safe" sites: it is not as though I am advertising on Google. Their ads are not going to cause anyone to arrive at The Kitchen, where little kiddies might be exposed to some naughty words (including "fuck" and "cunt", two of the oldest words in the English language).
Oh well, the dollar exchange rate is fucking shit at the moment anyway.