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Hackers regret raiding Barclays as accounts get emptied

vulture capitalism at its finestCyber criminals who hacked a branch of Barclays bank have now given themselves up in the face of catastrophic losses on their account. The scam was running like clockwork after the gang initially succeeded breaking into the system and stealing £1.3 million of customers’ money. However, things started to go wrong after an unsolicited call from Barclays investment arm offering to double their money through derivatives trading.

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Posted: Sep 22nd, 2013
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G4S to escort G4S to court

The government has confirmed that following investigations into fraud at G4S, and with charges pending, G4S has been hired to escort G4S to court.

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Posted: Jul 15th, 2013
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Police launch crackdown on counterfeit orgasms

Scotland Yard has today launched its biggest operation yet to tackle the huge surge in fake orgasms and protect the quality of British people’s sex lives.

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Posted: May 24th, 2013
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Horse food found in Waitrose luxury muesli

well, the French eat it...Tests carried out by reading the label on a packet of Waitrose luxury muesli have revealed that it contains a large percentage of horse food. As a result, all supermarkets are removing muesli products from their shelves ‘as a precautionary measure’.

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Posted: Feb 13th, 2013
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Public condemn Iain Duncan Smith as ‘not fit for purpose’

Members of the public have attacked the way politicians such as Iain Duncan Smith are funded, saying it has led to a ‘sorry story of dependency, and has wasted taxpayer’s money and encouraged fraud’.

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Posted: Jan 2nd, 2013
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