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Police to trial hashtags as crowd control weapon

Surrey Police have begun trialling hashtags as a crowd dispersal tool after their use was found to quickly clear the room at dinner parties held by Chief Inspector Dripplewhip and his wife.

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Posted: Jun 11th, 2013
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Camberwick Green to get massive inshore windfarm windfall

Residents of Camberwick Green are celebrating on the news that Windy Miller’s mill is to supply power to the national grid. As a result, the village hopes to benefit from a substantial inshore windfarm subsidy.

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Posted: Jun 7th, 2013
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Police once again in breach of guidelines on guideline breaching

The police have confirmed that they broke their own guidelines on guideline breaching no fewer than 2,000 times since their newest guidelines on how and when it’s OK to breach their own guidelines were published in June 2012.

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Posted: May 12th, 2013
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Cardboard Easter egg ‘an abuse of human rights’, claims Norris, 11

‘Norris’s expectations were cruelly but understandably raised by the attractive product packaging and he had a reasonable right to believe there may be chocolate inside,’ explained the child’s lawyer.

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Posted: Apr 18th, 2013
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Man shards tears over garden shed mix-up

The shard casts long shadows over neighbouring gardens, and Mr Sutcliffe has received numerous complaints – as well as offers from companies wishing to relocate.

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Posted: Feb 21st, 2013
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