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Mothers rewarded for year of dedication with crappy pub lunch

‘The reality will be business as usual, except they will be spending a good chunk of my household budget on buying an overpriced meal in a crowded noisy pub, where I will still be on peacekeeping duty and doing the ordering.’

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Posted: Mar 10th, 2013
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Horse food found in Waitrose luxury muesli

well, the French eat it...Tests carried out by reading the label on a packet of Waitrose luxury muesli have revealed that it contains a large percentage of horse food. As a result, all supermarkets are removing muesli products from their shelves ‘as a precautionary measure’.

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Posted: Feb 13th, 2013
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Eric Pickles condemns motorists for passing speed cameras at 29.9mph

Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has denounced the behaviour of a majority of motorists when passing speed cameras as ‘fine dodgers’, saying they have a moral duty to man up, speed up and pay their fair share.

Pickles said that he wanted all motorists to pay £60 every time they passed a camera, helping to reduce the deficit, and that maintaining a speed just below the government-imposed threshold was reprehensible and undemocratic.

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Posted: Jan 30th, 2013
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Motorcycle News goes out of print as porn mag sales dwindle

Motorcycle News, for many years the wrapper of choice for covering up purchases of adult magazines, is set to cease publication early in 2013 on news that sales of top-shelf publications have reached a new low.

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Posted: Jan 5th, 2013
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Massacre of Holy Innocents-gate report ‘not an eye witness account’, claims Herod

King Herod of Judea has claimed that he should be exonerated after so-called eye witness reports that he ordered the Massacre of the Holy Innocents have been shown to be false.

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Posted: Dec 24th, 2012
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