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UNESCO recognises Atlantis as World Acceptable Racism Site

The UN body responsible for cultural matters has agreed to select the fictional country of Atlantis as a geographical region, people and religion which will now be ‘considered fair game’ for all manner of racism, xenophobia, and scapegoatism.

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Posted: Mar 22nd, 2011
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Cameron to ‘come down hard’ on Libya, ‘if Obama is cool with that’

David Cameron has shown fellow heads of state that Britain is unafraid to come down hard on Libya and impose a no-fly zone, providing that President Obama is OK with things.

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Posted: Mar 17th, 2011
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UK disappointed to discover what ‘velodrome’ actually is

Crowds cheered as the ribbon was cut in East London today to mark the official opening of the 2012 Olympic Velodrome. However, the gathered dozens were soon left disenchanted upon discovering that a velodrome is just a curved track for people to ride bicycles as fast as they can.

The angry mob had no united view as to what they believed a velodrome was actually for, although a large majority did express the opinion that it involved futuristic men and women roller-blading and some sort of ultra-violence.

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Posted: Feb 23rd, 2011
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Top Gear controversy escalates as ‘deeply inoffensive’ off-air comments revealed

new Stig actually from just outside Acapulco Top Gear have apologised in a written statement signed by all three presenters and producers after supposedly ‘off air’ comments made during the segue from studio broadcasting to feature were transmitted live.

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Posted: Feb 2nd, 2011
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Mumsnet survey reveals undue parental anxiety mainly due to Mumsnet

Popular online support network Mumsnet has revealed that most parents feel unduly pressured to comply with the ‘model of perfect parenting’ as a result of reading Mumsnet.

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Posted: Jan 18th, 2011
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