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West London terrorised by ‘trick or treat’ interpretive street dance gang

Families across the London borough of Ealing were left paralysed with fear, unable to go outside last night after receiving a visit from a group of synchronised trick-or-treaters who performed complex dance interpretations of ‘Double-dip recession’, ‘Losing your job’, and ‘House reposession’ on their gravel drives if not given appropriate treats.

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Posted: Oct 31st, 2011
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BBC presenters aghast as trader pours scorn on efforts to save the red squirrel

For the second day running, an outspoken City trader left interviewers open-mouthed as he admitted that traders ‘don’t really care that much’ about the prospect of red squirrel extinction in the UK either, and that rescue packages being put together to bail it out were ‘doomed’.

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Posted: Sep 28th, 2011
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Maverick academic questions authorship of Jordan’s novels

Mary Childs, an outspoken professor of early-21st century history at Cambridge University, has sparked academic furore by casting doubt on whether Katie Price, the most well-regarded author of the age, was responsible for writing the entirety of her canon of works.

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Posted: Aug 18th, 2011
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Britain’s love-rat celebs resume 3-in-a-bed phone sex romps

making hay while the Sun doesn't shineWith the News of the World closure, Premier League footballers, Blue Peter presenters and MPs were poised by their phones ready to set up extra-marital affairs, drug-deals and Nazi orgies.

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Posted: Jul 14th, 2011
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Ex Danish police chief warns Marmite ban plays into the hands of criminal gangs

horrific reports of banned substance being fed to two-year-oldsThe hard line taken on the Marmite trade by Danish law-makers flies in the face of experience and could lead to lucrative new revenue streams for organised crime, says Torsten Hesselbjerg, who was the Rigspolitichefen (head of the Danish police) for eight years until 2008.

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Posted: May 25th, 2011
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