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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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Alternative therapists hail new wonder drug treatments

In laboratory studies phenylephrine hydrochoride can unblock the chakra 37% more efficiently than shiatsu.

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Posted: May 26th, 2013
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Government warns ‘lives may be lost’ if Facebook medical advice is ignored

The Department of Health has warned that lives may be at risk due to the large number of people failing to repost medical information posted on Facebook by friends.

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Posted: Apr 3rd, 2013
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West Korea avoids conflict with the North by pretending not to exist

Diplomats in the Republic of West Korea were being lauded last night after seventy years of peaceful coexistence with both the Southern Republic of Korea and the Northern People’s Democratic Republic, which outside observers put down to the nation’s hard work at hiding from everyone.

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Posted: Mar 23rd, 2013
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Beggars must register for VAT, Osborne announces

As of 1st April 2013, all licenced beggars must be registered for VAT and charge tax on top of all donations they receive.

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Posted: Aug 20th, 2012
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