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Tub of lard hires PR consultant in run up to election debates

A tub of Lard is ‘investing heavily’ in media training and public relations advice ahead of its likely appearance in April’s election debate, but fears have been raised that other fat-based products, especially margarine, could be excluded under rules set by broadcasters.

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Posted: Mar 9th, 2015
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Voters urged to keep their receipts

Voters have been told they should keep their receipt when they visit the polling station for May’s General Election. ‘If they get home, look on the box and realise they have a Government they don’t actually want, they should be able to return it for a full refund or exchange within 28 days,’ Dr Sarah McBeach, a polling expert said. ‘But only if they can produce their receipt.’

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Posted: Feb 18th, 2015
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Election campaigns kick start five months of uninterrupted lying

best to hide under the sofa until it's all overWith fingers crossed, fidgeting and winking to the camera, Prime Minister David Cameron fired the starting pistol to the longest sustained stream of affluent effluent in electoral history. He was swiftly joined by the leaders of all the main political parties keen to shovel on extra dollops of steaming manifesto do-do’s and don’t-don’ts.

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Posted: Jan 4th, 2015
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Luke Skywalker censures Daily Mail for slur against his father

the farce is strong with this oneThe controversy surrounding the freedom of the press took another sinister turn this morning after a tabloid article suggested that the popularity of yet another much-loved celebrity might have been misplaced, and urged the public to take another good, hard look at his dad.

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Posted: Oct 9th, 2013
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Discovered: Rare colour pictures of Paul Dacre at his Swiss mountain retreat

Dacre 'said to enjoy' his stunningly clear view of the worldThey show a man relaxed and at ease, despite the terrible divisions he would attempt to inflict across Europe just a few days afterwards.

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Posted: Oct 7th, 2013
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