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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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Man convinced to stay on web page by ‘Leave Page/Stay on Page’ pop-up

‘I had no idea that when I clicked on the big red ‘X’ that closes the window that I’d be leaving the page, contained within that window, that I didn’t want to be on. This is a real turn up for the books.’

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Posted: Apr 7th, 2012
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Doctors recommend display ban on Daily Mail

‘We know that the average copy contains hundreds of highly toxic opinions and is responsible for spreading a potentially deadly cocktail of ignorance and misinformation…’

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Posted: Apr 6th, 2012
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Search now on for those who prayed for Muamba’s collapse in the first place

Messi next: Quarter finals: Brazil 2014With concern for Fabrice Muamba’s welfare subsiding, the police have formally announced that the search is already underway for those who must have prayed that he suddenly collapse with a heart condition in order for it to happen in the first place.

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Posted: Mar 21st, 2012
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Mattel expands into Islamic extremist market with new ‘Suicide Bomber Barbie’

can't be deported‘We’re particularly proud of the pull-string martyrdom feature. One tug, up go the arms, and Blow-Up Barbie runs forward screaming either ‘Allahu Akbar!’ or ‘Visit mattel.com for exclusive Barbie games and accessories’ before detonating her bomb vest.’

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Posted: Feb 7th, 2012
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