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Government relaxes planning restrictions to allow airports in back gardens

The government has announced a relaxation of current planning laws in England, removing the requirement for people to get permission from local planning officers for any house extension up to the size of two runways big enough to land Airbus A380 passenger jets in their back garden.

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Posted: Sep 10th, 2012
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Keith Vaz urges middle-aged white males to face up to serial killing problem

'it's a problem which whitey needs to address'‘Many men over 35 years old and of Anglo origin see killing three or more people over a period of some months as ‘easy meat’.’

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Posted: Jan 8th, 2011
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Middle-class families to strike over child benefit cuts

the canapes will have to waitParent Teacher Association fetes and the Home Counties dinner party circuit could be badly hit.

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Posted: Oct 5th, 2010
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Bob the Builder sacked as middle-class parents demand more aspirational kids’ TV stars

Bob the Builder was the highest profile casualty this week as children’s TV channel Cbeebies responded to the demands of its aggressively guilt-ridden parent viewers to ditch the glamorisation of working- to lower-middle class jobs in favour of animated characters pursuing careers ‘that make risking negative equity to get in the right school’s catchment area worthwhile’. As part of a new commitment to quality the BBC has cancelled all shows starring members of the construction industry, postal workers, or ‘any job where there’s a chance their children could be unionised’.

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Posted: Apr 5th, 2010
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Sharp rise in balsamic vinegar addiction among middle classes

Middle classes just cooking up in the kitchenFigures show a 37% increase in people purposely overdressing their greens at shadowy get-togethers the police are now calling ‘salad parties’.

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Posted: Nov 18th, 2009
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