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Bigamy arrest near St Ives leads police to cat-trafficking ring

I've heard about this: cat smuggling!After a tip-off from an anonymous individual travelling to St Ives, the police have arrested James Green, 38, from Wolverhampton, for bigamy. In what is believed to be a severe case of benefit fraud, Green was allegedly found to be legally married to seven different women, all of whom appeared to accept the situation as they were travelling with him in one group.

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Blair named as Middle-England Peace Envoy in ongoing Clarkson row

determined to take the 'larks' out of ClarksonThe government confirmed today that Tony Blair is to take on the weighty responsibility as mediator in the Clarkson Crisis before the UK descends into all-out civil war.

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Richard III descendants left with massive overdue parking bill

coffin could be clamped until they pay upThe living relatives of Richard III are now faced with a bill of over £100,000 from Leicester City Council for a parking space the monarch occupied for well over five hundred years.

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Crossrail dig discovers lost commuters

chocolate vending machine ran out years agoLiverpool Street Station today became a hive of activity as engineers working on London’s ambitious Crossrail project, tunnelling through the bedrock, broke into a cavernous area and discovered a group of commuters who had been missing for 40 years.

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Northerners to be trained in Tube etiquette

'You're not from round these parts, is thee?'Following a spate of incidents involving Northerners chatting to random strangers, British Transport Police have launched a poster campaign.

‘We had some seriously scary moments last week’, explained an officer. ‘Last Thursday this guy from Leeds told a complete stranger his name, his business, everything. A complete stranger! Even worse, he was called Alan, and people thought he was saying something about ‘Allah’ and legged it down the carriage.’

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