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Harrogate man dies in Britain’s worst ever Tupperware Landslide

A Grandfather from Harrogate has become the first Briton to die as a result of a Tupperware landslide. Ron Stevens, 63, was buried alive without warning by a 17ft high pile of plastic on Sunday afternoon.

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Posted: Apr 11th, 2012
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Commuter B.O. threat level raised from ‘Severe’ to ‘Critical’

Due to recent warm weather, the Environment Agency has today raised the Body Odour warning level of one London commuter from ‘Severe’ to ‘Critical’. Mark Beale, a 36-year-old software engineer, catches the 17.56 London Bridge to Gillingham service each weekday, but regularly leaves his office late meaning he has to run most of the way to the station.

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Posted: Oct 2nd, 2011
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Formula 1 McLaren-Ferrari row gets personal with Dennis and Todt in pit lane brawl

The row between formula teams Vodafone McLaren Mercedes and Scuderia Ferrari over allegations of spying and dirty tricks reached a new, more personal level yesterday following the qualifying session for today’s Hungarian Grand Prix. It started when McLaren owner Ron Dennis made a hand gesture to Ferrari chief Jean Todt which he insists was just to point out that both his drivers were on the front row of the grid, ‘That’s both of them. Two. That’s all I meant,’ he said, although footage of the incident clearly shows a smug Mr Dennis appearing to be more vindictive.

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Posted: Aug 5th, 2007
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