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Millions of Romanians, Bulgarians preparing to ‘avoid UK like the plague’

too much effort to fix itFears of a huge influx of immigrants from Romania and Bulgaria have given way to indignation after a poll showed workers from the two countries are preparing to ‘avoid Britain like the plague’, when movement restrictions are eased later this year.

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Posted: Apr 22nd, 2013
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Perez drove way over the speed limit, says F1 team mate

The mood at the Bahrain Grand Prix turns ugly with a row erupting as Jenson Button accuses his team-mate Sergio Perez of ruining a perfectly good Sunday afternoon drive by driving round and round for hours at 190 miles an hour with no regard for speed cameras, pedestrians, or entertainment value.

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Posted: Apr 22nd, 2013
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New woes for government as official figures show speculation up by, say, 30%

could be right although, hang on...Despite a promise in the coalition agreement of a year on year decrease until at least 2015, the UK speculation market this morning peaked well above what government analysts have sparingly calculated to be ‘excessive and dangerous levels’, which could potentially lead to a catastrophic something.

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Posted: Mar 1st, 2013
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Rebekah Brooks to pay full costs of Leveson inquiry out of £10.8m payoff

because she's worth itFormer News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks has decided as a gesture of goodwill to pay for the entire costs of the inquiry into Culture, Practice and Ethics of the press led by Lord Leveson out of her £10.8million severance package from News International.

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Posted: Dec 13th, 2012
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Release of new 007 movie in doubt after James Bond ‘hopelessly compromised’ by endless TV appearances

licensed to make a killingThe new 007 film ‘Skyfall’ may never be released after MI5 became concerned that the secret agent at the heart of the operation, James Bond, has become so famous that he can’t go anywhere without being recognised. To allow him to continue with the missions planned for the film would be to put his and possibly many others’ livelihoods at risk, the intelligence agency confirmed.

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Posted: Oct 9th, 2012
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