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Man burning copies of Tony Blair’s memoirs ‘not getting any publicity whatsoever’

Derek Bevan of Worcester admits he ‘may have overestimated’ how controversial his burning of copies of A Journey was going to be.

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Posted: Sep 11th, 2010
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Government to encourage poor people to catch their own food

Details have emerged from the budget for plans to train ‘dole-scroungers’ in the arts of bushcraft. The scheme, hidden within the reduced budget for the SureStart programme, will see sofa-huggers cast out into the countrified areas of Britain in search of a decent meal.

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Posted: Jun 24th, 2010
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Mandelson celebrates thousandth thing that really annoys the Tories

In an exclusive interview in the bowels of his Whitehall lair, Lord Mandelson celebrates needling the Tories for the landmark 1,000th time since 1997.

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Posted: May 11th, 2010
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Guardian in merger talks with Telegraph

country 'crying out' for decisive readershipThe Guardian newspaper, which now supports the Liberal Democrats, and the long standing Tory-supporting Telegraph Group have had preliminary talks on a possible merger, it has been revealed. Looking to be the progressive media outlet of choice for the majority of the country, both are now thought to be seeking an efficient, well-led vehicle which will retain the confidence of the crucial newsagent market.

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Posted: May 5th, 2010
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Charity advertisement feature: BagAid

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If you have lots of old charity collection bags that you no longer need, then we have the answer!

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Posted: Apr 8th, 2010
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