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Greenpeace praises ISIS’s low carbon execution methods

‘While Greenpeace would not condone violence – unless it’s a climate change sceptic and there are no cameras present – we must single out ISIS for their commitment to low carbon outcomes,’ said Greenpeace’s business spokesperson, Susan Mueslini.

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Posted: Apr 24th, 2015
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Oxford champions and Cambridge relegated in dramatic final day of Sky Boat Race

Oxford clinched the title and Cambridge were relegated In a nail-biting final day of the new Sky Boat Race Premier League.
As the new Sky Premier League of Boat Racing coxed off yesterday afternoon, hopes were high for Cambridge. With a mixture of youth and experience, many pundits said they would be ‘there or thereabouts’ come the end of the season. But at the end of an exhausting campaign, a very different picture emerged. Cambridge were at rock bottom, with a record nobody wants – the least number of points for any side since the Sky Boat Race Premier League began.

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Posted: Apr 12th, 2015
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Commuter turf war erupts as Suitcase Draggers clash with Coffee Cup spillers

it's every man for himself out thereA bitter turf war could erupt on London’s train platforms, as tensions rise between rival factions.

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Posted: Apr 3rd, 2015
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England now favourites to win World Cup Nobel Prize and Space Race after 4-0 win

After a massively convincing four nil routing of Lithuania, England are certs to win the next World Cup, writes Sun Sport Columnist Steven Howard (the columnist the players fear most).

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Posted: Mar 31st, 2015
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Met Office warns conditions right for perfect ‘Death of Laddism’ articles storm

The closure of a lad mag and the demise of a car programme could cause the conditions for a perfect media storm, warn the Met Office.

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Posted: Mar 30th, 2015
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