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Man who sent back free The Sun football supplement ‘will probably keep Sky TV’

Never, in the field of human contact, has so much paper been wasted on so many, by so few.Political activist Andy Hutchinson feels he has emphatically demonstrated his opposition to the Rupert Murdoch empire and, in particular, The Sun newspaper, by returning the free World Cup football supplement posted through every British letterbox (except Liverpool) to the well publicised freepost address used by the publication.

Hutchinson admitted, however, that his opposition to the Murdoch empire does not extend to other products such as his Sky TV and broadband package which, unlike the Sun, he admits to finding entertaining, informative, progressive, innovative and also quite reasonably good value for money.

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Posted: Jun 13th, 2014
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Formula 1 to be made more like everyday driving

notoriously difficult to overtakeObstacles on the course will involve lorries pulling out without warning and family saloons towing a four-berth caravan.

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Posted: Mar 26th, 2014
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Branson to build a shed

Industry analysts have identified that the global shed business could be worth billions, particularly as the concept of shed ownership becomes embedded into India and China.

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Posted: Mar 11th, 2014
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Ironman triathlete admits 24-hour TV presenting marathon was ‘Really hard’

Van Lierde, who swims over two miles, cycles 112 miles and runs a full 26 mile marathon in his event, was visibly exhausted as he gave his final wave and smile to viewers at the end of his epic stint of presenting

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Posted: Feb 17th, 2014
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‘Our floppy disk is almost full’, admits Isle of Wight Security Agency

The Isle of Wight’s Head of Digital Strategy, Alfred Cooper, has admitted today that the Island’s homeland security may be compromised if, as looks possible, the disk on which top secret security information is stored reaches its 1.4Mb limit.

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Posted: Jan 21st, 2014
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