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Grab a bargain in the Spanish closing down sale

The Spanish government has announced that following further austerity cuts the country will close permanently on Saturday evening.

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Posted: Sep 28th, 2012
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RBS say ‘glitch’ that caused credit crunch now fixed

helpful HesterThe Royal Bank of Scotland has today come out and apologised for the ‘minor glitch’ in its systems which caused it to almost crumble into bankruptcy and need a multi-billion pound bail-out from every UK taxpayer, with the possible exception of Jimmy Carr.

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Posted: Jun 27th, 2012
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Allowing workers to sleep at night ‘costs UK economy £560bn’

Business think tank HYPNOS has revealed the true cost of allowing workers to avoid work through sleeping every night, by as much as 2,800 hours every year per worker.

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Posted: Apr 10th, 2012
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‘Mansion tax’ proposal welcomed by makers of Monopoly board game

Hasbro, makers of the popular Monopoly game, have called for the Government to go further and introduce taxes for those who have more than two houses on the same road, and for hotel owners.

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Posted: Mar 9th, 2012
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Three dead and many injured as bandwagon collapses

There were scenes of chaos in the Houses of Parliament today as the bankers bonuses bandwagon finally collapsed under the weight of political outrage. The emergency services are still searching for survivors amongst the rubble with the fear that the smallest spark could set off an explosion of flatulent opinion.

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Posted: Feb 19th, 2012
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