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Parliamentary debates to get Hawkeye

New technology based on the Hawkeye system is being introduced to the House of Commons which will show instantly whether or not insults thrown during debates have hit the target. Observers believe it could have a significant effect on the outcome of parliamentary votes.

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Posted: Jul 15th, 2013
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NHS to start publishing surgeons’ golf handicaps

‘The public have the right to know how their surgeon is performing on the fairways and the greens,’ said Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.

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Posted: Jun 28th, 2013
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UK to drop ‘UK’ from name

The government is in early discussions with brand consultants over concern that having ‘UK’ in the UK’s name could be a contributory factor to the slow economic recovery.

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Posted: Jun 27th, 2013
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Cover-up Quality Commission failed to cover up Care Quality Commission failure

Once again the Cover-up Quality Commission has failed to cover up the Care Quality Commission’s failure to cover up their failures, it was reported today, as news leaked out about how a report castigating a Cumbria hospital for covering up its failure to care for its baby patients was leaked to the press before publication.

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Posted: Jun 20th, 2013
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‘Putin and I are in love’ claims Murdoch

Robert Murdoch has announced his undying love for Russian President Vladimir Putin, only hours after announcing his split with Wendi Deng, his wife of 14 years.

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Posted: Jun 15th, 2013
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