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Rejected reality TV contestants discovered in sack in river Thames

 just being chosen for the sack meant the world to them‘They weren’t making any noise but there was movement so I knew there was something alive in there’.

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Posted: Aug 9th, 2014
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Barry Hearn to spice up office jobs with entrance music and dancing girls

Who'd have thought something so dull could be made that interesting?A Bedford-based logistics company is working with renowned sports promoter Barry Hearn, in an attempt to make their office jobs more popular with the addition of loud music, rowdy live audiences and dancing girls.

The move was the idea of Managing Director Alan ‘The Big Boss’ Ball, who thinks Hearn’s track record of making a huge success of darts, and revolutionising snooker, makes him the ideal partner for his business.

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Posted: Jul 23rd, 2014
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Giggs to wear Fergie mask while he manages United

might try superinjunctions to block poor refereeing decisionsHaving been installed as interim manager of Manchester United after the departure of David Moyes, Ryan Giggs is set to allay fears over his lack of managerial experience by wearing a cardboard mask of Sir Alex Ferguson’s face when he arrives to take training.

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Posted: Apr 23rd, 2014
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Olympics Q&A with Harriet Harman

With the Olympics finally getting underway after months of anticipation, Shadow Deputy Prime Minister, Harriet Harman, explains what is exciting her about London 2012

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Posted: Feb 12th, 2014
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Dairy farmer discovers 60% of his cows are horses

farmer had a hell of a time getting them in for milkingInvestigators looking into the ongoing horsemeat in beef products scandal believe they may have traced the cause of the problem to a short-sighted farmer in Tipperary who was found to have a significant percentage of horses in his herd of ‘cows’.

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Posted: Feb 9th, 2014
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