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Miliband now talking to imaginary camera in normal conversation, say colleagues

Ed Miliband has begun talking to an imaginary television camera in daily life, according to advisers. Labour strategist Fenton Barnes has admitted that the Labour leader’s training for recent TV debates may have been too intensive.

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Posted: Apr 3rd, 2015
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Youngest of four finds cure for cancer whilst completing sub-three-minute mile and mother still fails to get camera out

will discover Higgs boson next, unless she gets some attention‘You do accept that as the youngest child, your parents become slightly more complacent about their children’s achievements,’ commented Dr Ruth Caldwell, who recently broke the Guinness world record for the greatest number of Romanian orphans rescued from a burning building.

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Posted: Nov 25th, 2009
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Newspaper editor campaigns to eliminate blurred photos of murder victims

public urged to carry a decent portrait at all timesAn increase in the number of fuzzy photos of murder victims has prompted a newspaper editor to appeal for members of the public to carry a decent quality photograph in case they die in a newsworthy way. When Jan Harvey was brutally killed by a gang in Moss Side, Manchester, her partner Alan Tebbings was naturally devastated. But what made it worse for Alan was that he realised he didn’t have a good photograph of Jan to give to the local newspaper.

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Posted: Nov 10th, 2009
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