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Falkland Islanders vote to become Caribbean

unanimously rejected Argentine climateIn a surprise outcome to Sunday’s sovereignty referendum, 98% of Falklanders have voted to ditch British nationality and switch allegiance to the sunnier, more laid back Caribbean.

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Posted: Sep 17th, 2014
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UK and Spain in dispute over Bongobongoland sovereignty

leaders agreed to find a solution which didn't involve flinging pooPrime Minister David Cameron has today been in talks with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in an attempt to diffuse tensions between the two countries over control of Bongonbongoland.

Spain is now claiming that the previously inconspicuous British territory is rightfully theirs due its proximity to Spain, and Spanish border officials have been causing severe delays to anyone attempting to cross the border with Bongobongoland by carrying out lengthy checks on vehicles. In addition they have been charging a 50 Euro (100 Bongoese Pound) fee, and have also been threatening to investigate the tax affairs of any Bongobongolander living or working in Spain.

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Posted: Aug 7th, 2013
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Remembrance Sunday to commemorate World of Warcraft combatants

The scope of Remembrance Sunday will be broadened this year, to include people whose exploits are too often overlooked. Bill Rogers, a spokesman for the Royal British Legion, made special mention of World of Warcraft combatants, who regularly put their virtual lives on the line.

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Posted: Nov 10th, 2012
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Don King announces Falklands War rematch in 2015

already being called the 'Frantic in the Atlantic'After months of shadow boxing, the long awaited Falklands War rematch has been confirmed for 2015 to coincide with general elections in Britain and Argentina.

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Posted: Jun 20th, 2012
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Coalition in crisis over where to spend Christmas Day

no Norman Lamont this yearReports emerged from Downing Street yesterday that the coalition government is in danger of collapse over arguments about which side of the political family to have Christmas dinner with this year.

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Posted: Dec 17th, 2010
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