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Marmite fights back with stronger formula after ‘Meh’ tweet

The makers of Marmite, the ‘love it or hate it’ yeast extract spread, are said to be ‘extremely anxious’ to track down the person who, against accepted common wisdom, said on Twitter that he was entirely ambivalent about their product.

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Posted: Apr 21st, 2013
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Unholy row as Benedict returns to reclaim the papacy in time for Easter

Pope Benedict strode into St Peter’s Square yesterday, fully refreshed after his Lenten sabbatical and announced that he was ready to take the reins of the papacy once more. With a fresh ear piercing, his skull cap set back on his head at a jaunty angle and a giggling nun on each arm, it was clear that the break from the burden of office had taken years off the former pontiff as he vigorously shoved aside pilgrims on his way back to the Vatican.

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Posted: Mar 29th, 2013
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Sarah Jessica Parker tests positive for horse

Only days after Sir Ian McKellen was found to contain traces of goat, the world of stage and screen has been shocked again by the news that ‘Sex and the City’ star Sarah Jessica Parker has been tested positive for horse.

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Posted: Feb 27th, 2013
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Last of the Durex Sisters dies at 93

Boy in Company B had one hell of a bugleBetty Durex, the last surviving member of the celebrated wartime singing trio the Durex Sisters, has died at the age of 93 at her condominium in Florida. Paying tribute, Prime Minister David Cameron reminded reporters ‘It was said that her image was in every pub toilet in the land. And there aren’t many people who can claim that.’

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Posted: Feb 3rd, 2013
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Theatre regrets hiring former Archbishop of Canterbury for pantomime season

'It's all behind you! Oh no it is!'‘It was a baptism of fire for all of us,’ admitted Communications Manager, Kate Raines, reflecting upon hiring former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, for this year’s pantomime Aladdin at the Theatre Royal, in Winchester.

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Posted: Jan 11th, 2013
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