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Debrett’s releases guide to revolving door etiquette – could save UK employers millions

Debrett’s – the arbiter of good manners in the UK – has finally issued official guidelines for ‘Gentlemanly Conduct in the Operation and Use of Revolving Doors’.

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Posted: May 1st, 2009
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‘Still too early for shirtsleeves’ Government warns

The Department of the Environment today warned the public that, despite a series of pleasantly sunny days, it is not yet sufficiently clement to consider leaving the house without a jacket.

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Posted: Apr 15th, 2009
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Britain’s most gullible man calls for April 1st restraint

for some of us, the first twelve hours of April every year are a living hellLondoner, Brian Kirkby, who last year beat over 4,000 other contestants to be crowned Britain’s Most Gullible Man 2008, has asked the public to ‘please exercise a little restraint this coming April Fool’s day’.

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Posted: Apr 1st, 2009
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Ten-year-old sent to his room for buying BP

Ten-year-old Max Richardson from Kent, was said by his mother to be ‘in big trouble’ after an evening’s internet share dealing saw him turn his £1.50 pocket money into sufficient wealth to buy oil company BP.

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Posted: Mar 25th, 2009
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£5 million education report concludes: ‘Jonesy is a big fat gayer’

the report may have been 'doctored'The three-page analysis marks the conclusion of a two-year inquiry into possible changes that could be made, to improve the quality of secondary education delivered to pupils in the South West, over the next ten years.

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Posted: Mar 15th, 2009
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