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Labour Mission Control ‘fear we may have lost contact’ with Miliband

‘We’ve been trying to get through to Ed for some time,’ said a member of the shadow cabinet, ‘but we’re not sure messages are getting through. They seem to take about 28 minutes to reach him and apparently about the same to return, but that’s supposition, nobody’s waited that long so far.’

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Posted: Nov 17th, 2014
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ESA admit ‘comet’ they followed for ten years was just speck of dust on camera

Scientists at the European Space Agency have admitted they have made an embarrassing mistake. Moments after the Rosetta spacecraft released its Philae lander to land on a comet it has been chasing for ten years, they realised the comet was actually just a speck of dust on the camera.

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Posted: Nov 12th, 2014
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Rosetta to attempt first graffito of a penis in space

Initially it is planned that Rosetta will land a small probe capable of sketching a cartoon cock on the surface ‘as a statement as to the impermanence of life, art and snowballs in hell.’

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Posted: Aug 11th, 2014
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Scientists hopeful that ‘dead’ comic may still be alive

Star gazers around the world have been studying footage of the fading body of Bruce Forsyth and believe he may still be alive, despite previous reports to the contrary. Forsyth has been observed for the past 60 years, but is believed to have been in existence since the beginning of the solar system.

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Posted: Dec 1st, 2013
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Fashion retailers fear huge increase in men lurking outside changing rooms

does my face look bored in this?Shopping experts and psychologists have today warned of a previously undiscovered side-effect of the closure of high street stores.

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Posted: Jan 16th, 2013
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