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Demise of village store ‘a tragedy’, says man who shops at Tesco

‘I drove past it every couple of days on my way to Tesco. It always looked so attractive with its rustic window display and traditional outside stall – I’ll really miss it.’

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Posted: Jul 30th, 2013
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Daily Mail admits secretly fracking for vitriol after reserves run dry

balanced by other search for world's most adorable kitten, in a bikiniDespite raising fears about the impact of fracking, the Daily Mail has conceded that it embarked on its own secret fracking campaign after its reserves of vitriol began to run low.

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Posted: Jun 22nd, 2013
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Traditional Lancashire folk group pens song about the future

Traditional Lancashire folk group The Ferret’s Hot Pot has surprised experts by releasing a song which does not hark back to the good old days of cotton mills, TB, coal mine disasters, slavery or asbestosis, but instead appears to focus on ‘the future’.

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Posted: Jun 17th, 2013
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‘Teachers to troops’ initiative rejected by armed forces

Government plans to fast track teachers into the armed forces have been attacked by military leaders as ‘Short sighted and dangerous.’

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Posted: Jun 10th, 2013
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Absence of Fergie’s wrath ‘may lead to global cooling, possibly new ice age’

Climatologists across the globe have expressed concern that the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson will result in temperatures being lowered across the planet. The impact of no-hairdrying on match days and the elimination of daily assaults against the BBC is expected to reduce temperatures by around 15 degrees Celsius and may lead to icebergs forming in the Red Sea.

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Posted: May 10th, 2013
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