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Dog walkers threaten to keep bodies of murder victims

I don't do this for money...Angry dog-walkers are threatening to hang on to the bodies of murder victims unless the police act more quickly to return them. A spokesman for the Ramblers Association said their members were fed up with having to hassle the police to get the corpses back after officers had finished with their forensic inquiries.

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Posted: Jun 20th, 2012
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Brits rush vital art aid to Haiti

Ten thousand Tracey Emin tents have today arrived in Haiti in the latest bid to provide the country’s earthquake victims with vital Brit Art aid.

But the tents, embroidered with the names of every Boy Scout Emin has ever slept with, have received a cool reception from aid workers on the ground.

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Posted: Jan 23rd, 2010
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Thatcher’s body to be embalmed in giant milk bottle

Following on from her recent stay in hospital, plans are being drawn up to commemorate the increasingly frail Baroness Thatcher upon the event of her passing. After a lengthy consultation a panel of experts has announced that the former Prime Minister’s embalmed body will be put on display in a giant milk bottle-shaped mausoleum in Trafalgar Square.

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Posted: Aug 7th, 2009
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Court stops Madonna adopting Jolie’s African orphan

but I get all the Africans!Madonna has lost the first round of her court battle to adopt one of Angelina Jolie’s children. The singer has now vowed to take her case to the Supreme Court. Madonna bitterly attacked Jolie for reneging on a deal handing the destiny of all African orphans to her, while Jolie was free to save children from South East Asia.

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Posted: Jul 6th, 2009
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Newspaper with mistake fetches £250k at auction

A rare copy of The Guardian containing a printing error fetched a record £250,000 at auction yesterday. Some 20,000 copies of the paper were printed in 1992 before the mistake was noticed. Most of the defective copies were immediately pulped but a small number found their way into the hands of collectors.

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Posted: Jul 2nd, 2009
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