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43,000 mile cab ride was ‘shortcut’ claims driver

‘We had suspicions that something was awry about six months into the journey; our concerns about the tuk tuks and elephants were blamed on ‘temp’ry roadworks in Russell Square’

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Posted: May 15th, 2012
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Government hails success of new scheme to get Prince Charles into work

An experimental new scheme to try and get some Prince Charles into useful employment has got off to an excellent start, claims David Cameron, after he successfully completed his first day’s placement at the Met Office.

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Posted: May 12th, 2012
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Barclays to sue over mis-sold protection against PPI claims

Bob Diamond, is furious. ‘I’ve seen the policy myself and disappointingly, if you actually read it, it grants us absolutely no license to fuck people over with impunity at all. That’s if you can read it – the print’s really small.’

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Posted: Apr 27th, 2012
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Theresa May ‘even tried Cillit Bang’ to remove Abu Qatada

After an appeal to the courts delayed extradition proceedings, Home Secretary Theresa May has defended the government’s attempts to remove stubborn extremist Abu Qatada using kitchen power-cleaner Cillit Bang.

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Posted: Apr 20th, 2012
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Refusing to serve customers who are on the phone ‘already standard policy’, says BT

After a Norwich coffee shop made news by adopting a policy of refusing to serve customers who are on the telephone, BT has announced that it has in fact been operating the same policy for years across all its helplines and call centres.

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Posted: Apr 16th, 2012
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