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BBC to launch 24 hour news channel about the BBC

The BBC announced on the news today that it will be launching a new 24 hour news channel devoted entirely to itself. The channel will be called BBC BBC News and the strapline for the new project, due to launch in January 2015, is ‘the news where we are’, an adaptation of the link used to introduce existing regional news programmes.

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Posted: Oct 13th, 2014
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The rest of the world needs to stop depressing us, complains UK‏

By steadfastly focusing on gloom in Ukraine, Iraq, Gaza and West Africa, the world’s general grumpiness has detracted from the UK’s enjoyment of a new Dr Who, Kate Bush in concert and the anticipation of Mario Balotelli going ‘bat shit crazy’ at Liverpool.

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Posted: Aug 26th, 2014
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New Dr Who series abandoned due to passport backlog

Plans for the new Doctor Who series have been put on hold after a passport backlog at the Home Office forced the Time Lord to cancel a planned journey through time and space.

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Posted: Aug 25th, 2014
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17% of children ‘just f***ing stupid’

career in politics awaitsAlmost one in five children in today’s schools are just plain f***ing stupid, according to a new report

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Posted: Jun 4th, 2014
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Bedroom Tax may force Doctor Who to be evicted from TARDIS

requirements for time and relative dimensions in space finally being properly assessed‘We have discovered a single man claiming housing benefit for a property that appears to have an infinite number of spare rooms,’ said Benefits Officer Kimberley Smalls. ‘He is therefore liable for the most severe under-occupancy penalty.’

The decision means the Doctor faces significant cuts to his housing benefit and he may be forced to leave the TARDIS and move to a one-bedroom flat in Neasden.

The spot check by housing benefit officers found that the Doctor has far more ‘spare rooms’ in his 1960s police box than was previously thought. These include a sick bay, an observatory, a library, a secondary control room, several squash courts, an ancillary power station, a swimming pool and an attic.

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Posted: May 21st, 2014
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