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Police closing in on Britain’s most notorious queue-jumper

queue jumper: police closing inPolice believe they are close to apprehending Britain’s most notorious queue-jumper after a nationwide hunt lasting five years.

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Posted: Mar 21st, 2015
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Primary school children call for sex education for MPs

Some MPs less clued up on relationships than 7-year-oldsA report by an influential committee of schoolchildren has urged the Government do more to ensure the nation’s MPs get the sex and relationships education they need to form healthy relationships with others.

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Posted: Feb 18th, 2015
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Office worker sacked for only signing ‘regards’ on email

‘The fact that he didn’t have the decency to wish me ‘kind’ or ‘warm’ regards just goes to show how much of a callous and loathsome individual he really is.’

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Posted: Jan 30th, 2014
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‘It won’t bloody flush’, reports woman trapped in dinner party toilet

Amy Higgins faced a race against time yesterday with the cistern of a downstairs lavatory in Surrey, after a single flush at an intimate dinner party for six proved itself not up to the job.

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Posted: May 6th, 2012
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London customer converses with newsagent after 14 years of buying milk

It is the first time Mr Trantor and the shopkeeper have exchanged any words besides ‘Eighty-nine pence please’ or ‘Sorry, I’ve got no change’.

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Posted: Aug 10th, 2010
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