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False widow spider ‘ate my dog’

choose your pets wisely, and train them in martial artsDog owners are on high alert in Dartmoor after claims by a local farmer that his border collie was eaten by a giant false widow spider.

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Posted: Nov 6th, 2013
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Gypsies failed to take young Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson’s mother, Charlotte Johnson-Wood, has revealed that she once tried to swap her son for a bunch of clothes pegs with a ‘delightfully festive-looking gypsy’ who knocked at her door at a time when she was short of change.

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Posted: Nov 1st, 2013
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‘Baby on Board’ sticker parents receive World Humanitarian Award

other motorists slowed down and cooed while, obviously, watching the road aheadA Halifax couple who have displayed a Baby on Board sticker in their car for the past five years have been awarded a prestigious World Humanitarian Award for their ‘remarkable contribution to improving the circumstances of mankind’.

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Posted: Oct 29th, 2013
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Crematoria ‘to help supply national grid’ says PM

With energy costs at their highest yet, David Cameron promised: ‘With the first three months of the year traditionally having the highest mortality rates amongst the elderly, people can rest assured that energy supplies will not be affected’.

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Posted: Oct 23rd, 2013
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Tide decides to stay out in Rhyl ‘for good’

The north Wales town synonymous with dwindling tourism, economic decline and laverbread addiction has been informed by representatives of the Irish Sea, that all future shoreline visits will be cancelled.

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Posted: Aug 9th, 2013
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