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Critics hail Day-Lewis’s return to London stage as ‘Buttons’

panto horse had to sharpen up its act a bit‘Day-Lewis lacks the exuberance of, say, Brian Conley, but succeeds in making the character fantastically complex.’

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Posted: Dec 16th, 2013
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Water bosses praised for ‘far-sighted’ summer hosepipe ban

Thank goodness we didn't overwater the lawn this year‘It would have been like the bloody Sahara round here, if it weren’t for them geniuses. Well done them.’

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Posted: Nov 8th, 2013
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Jeremy Clarkson criticised for road-testing wives

Some say he can't keep his flies up. All we know is, he's called Jeremy.A Top Gear challenge to discover which of the presenters had the fastest wife has been criticised after Jeremy Clarkson decided to swap spouses, and was seen clambering into an ex-wife whom he declared an ‘absolute classic’.

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Posted: Oct 29th, 2013
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Ed Milliband previews Labour manifesto at Comic Con

policies coming in all the time from other planetsFollowing on from his triumphant appearance in Google’s ‘Big Tent’, Labour leader Ed Milliband is using his appearance at this weekend’s San Diego Comic Con to tease extracts from Labour’s 2015 election manifesto.

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Posted: Jul 19th, 2013
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2000 slaves to be buried alongside RBS Pharaoh

now focussing solely on pyramid schemesStephen Hester, or King Tut Tut the Third of RBS, has decreed that 2,000 former servants from the bank’s investment arm be slaughtered and buried alongside him in a specially designed pyramid.

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Posted: Jun 14th, 2013
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