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Dawkins questions theory of ‘helpful banking’

Maverick now challenging another age-old assertion Concept of ‘a really good financial deal’ exposed as nothing more than the ‘product of deranged minds’.

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Posted: Dec 12th, 2009
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Tony Blair ‘could be launched in 45 minutes’

A report from the Joint Intelligence Committee in conjunction with the Daily Telegraph has concluded that Tony Blair could be airborne and seeking somewhere to land within as little as three quarters of an hour.

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Posted: Dec 5th, 2009
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Government recognises ‘Modern Warfare 2′ syndrome

the burden of having do a spreadsheet can become 'overwhelming'Online support is being offered by the charity Help for Zeroes.

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Posted: Nov 17th, 2009
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‘The Sun has lost it’ declares The Sun

News International retreating to the sofa to watch a lot more SkyThe Sun Newspaper today switched allegiance away from itself saying it had alienated its readers and was therefore left with no other credible choice but to urge its readers not to buy The Sun. The switch comes after a series of howlers and embarrassing gaffes, dating right back to a complaint from an Argentine widow about the misspelling of ‘Gotcha!’

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Posted: Nov 12th, 2009
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Bonfire Night at the Treasury ‘could go on for months’

Bonfire Night at the TreasuryThe bonfire set up at the UK treasury to celebrate Guy Fawkes night could burn for weeks if not months, insiders have revealed. The party, held in the basement, is a traditionally festive occasion with lots of Punch and Judy going on and massive fireworks when Gordon Brown gets told he can’t have another sparkler.

‘It’s wonderful isn’t it,’ said Chancellor Alistair Darling, basking in the warm glow of the fire, ‘we’ve been scooping up lots and lots of cash in preparation and were supposed to burn it all in one go. Then Mervyn turns up with another £25 billion in hundreds of wheelbarrows and now it’ll probably keep going till Christmas.’

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Posted: Nov 5th, 2009
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