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Louvre suffering ‘pangs of doubt’ over portrait restoration deal with L’Oreal

the Da Vinci phwoar!‘Elvive Full Restore 5 got rid of her annoying lines and wrinkles’

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Posted: Oct 7th, 2009
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Anarchist Party Conference arrangements ‘causing a lot of aggro’

With the last conference season before a General Election drawing to a close, there has been panic among members of the Anarchist Party that they ‘still haven’t got it together’.

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Posted: Oct 2nd, 2009
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Darling set to unveil ‘something will turn up’ fiscal policy

In a radical move to outwit the Tories, Alistair Darling has declared that Labour will not after all be considering any cuts in public expenditure. ‘Instead, I’m increasing expenditure by buying a bucket of sand to put my head in,’ he said in a pre-budget statement.

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Posted: Sep 29th, 2009
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Watchdog rules adverts for hearing aids ‘too loud’

Maybe should have used sign languageThe advert, featuring a man shouting ‘ARE YOU HARD OF HEARING?’, left one person with bleeding ears and a number answering, ‘I am now.’

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Posted: Sep 10th, 2009
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Family of lightning-victim lottery-winner ‘call it quits’

‘I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry,’ said Lorraine Boyes, widow of a lottery millionaire who died after being struck by lighting; ‘I’ve been up and down like a yo-yo, these last few days.’

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Posted: Sep 3rd, 2009
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