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Santa may not deliver presents to an independent Scotland

The SNP has reacted angrily to reports in the media that Father Christmas may not automatically deliver presents to children in a newly-independent Scotland.

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Posted: Nov 29th, 2013
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Lost tribe found in Amazon warehouse

no-one knew they were there or how primitive were their living conditionsSecret night filming has revealed for the first time a tribe untouched by civilization living deep within previously unexplored areas of Amazon’s Swansea warehouse.

Nicknamed ‘the pickers’ by anthropologists, they communicate only with grunts and beeps, and appear to live a very basic hunter-gatherer existence – hunting out cardboard boxes and gathering them into piles.

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Posted: Nov 26th, 2013
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Homeopathic medicines ‘proved to work’, if repeatedly diluted in codeine

all down to homeopathy, said patients who survivedA new study from The University of Penge has shown that over-the-counter homeopathic medicines are proving surprisingly effective at treating pain relief when diluted to homeopathic levels using mainstream medicine.

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Posted: Sep 15th, 2013
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Concern over plans to reintroduce witches to East Anglia

Enthusiastic wildlife groups have downplayed farmers’ concerns at plans to reintroduce witches to East Anglia, after nearly 350 years since they were hunted to extinction.

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Posted: Sep 15th, 2013
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Celebrities flock to back local council in school closure

Paul McCartney and Beyonce are two of the latest international celebrities to put their names in support of the decision by Wandsworth Council to close St Drogo Primary School in Battersea.

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Posted: Aug 14th, 2013
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