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EU fence-making industry booming

With the migrant crisis showing no signs of abating, the EU today reported that the fastest growing industry within its borders is the manufacture of fences.

The news came on the back of reports that both Croatia and Slovenia are considering controls on their borders, similar to the ones implemented by Hungary over the last week. With both Hungary and Bulgaria looking to fences as a method to control the flow into their countries, the news has further bolstered the burgeoning fence industry.

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Posted: Sep 18th, 2015
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EasyJet defends decision to open Damascus/Berlin service

‘Our website has been overwhelmed, we’re delighted,’ exclaimed Jerry Flynn Bookings Manager in Dublin. ‘There has been an above-average uptake of additional luggage bookings too.’ he added. With many opting for a return flight linked with a shuttle service from Birmingham for the hundreds of schoolgirl Jihadist-wives…

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Posted: Sep 10th, 2015
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A&E departments unable to cope with influx of news teams

news crews resorting to reporting on each otherA&E departments across England are struggling to deal with the unprecedented numbers of reporters and news crews that have descended upon them in the last few days. Cameramen have reported being kept waiting in corridors for up to eight hours, and more than twenty hospitals have admitted missing their target of enabling broadcasts to be transmitted from their emergency rooms every four hours.

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Posted: Jan 8th, 2015
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Greek ATMs start begging

In a move described by international monetary experts as predictable and ‘only a matter of time’, ATM machines belonging to Greek banks have started begging passers-by for money.

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Posted: May 24th, 2012
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Liberal Democrats call for comfier pavements as homelessness rises

The Liberal Democrats have urged the government to take action on sharply rising homelessness by making the nation’s pavements more comfortable to lie down on.

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Posted: Mar 7th, 2012
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