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‘What the hell am I going to do now then?’ asks courtroom artist

may have to turn to crime to make ends meetA courtroom artist is fearing for his livelihood today after cameras were finally granted permission to film inside the Royal Courts of Justice, in a moment of legal and broadcasting history, which could effectively ‘end the requirement’ for his niche service.

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Posted: Nov 3rd, 2013
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Health alert as more police fall victim to collective amnesia

can't even remember where they parked the car‘Collective amnesia? Never heard of it. What does it actually mean?’ was the response from a spokesperson from Surrey Police on their members’ inability to remember high profile offences. It’s a rare condition, whose medical name is Amnesia Constabularia, and for which there is no cure.

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Posted: Apr 26th, 2013
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Process for selecting Blair as godfather ‘scrupulously fair’, says Murdoch

'you ain't seen me, right..'Rupert Murdoch has insisted that the process for appointing Tony Blair as godfather to his child was entirely transparent and fair, and that no preferential treatment was given.

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Posted: Apr 26th, 2012
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‘We’ve been opening your communications for years,’ admits Royal Mail

first class servicing of postie holidays‘Opening people’s emails is all well and good,’ said Moya Greene, chief executive of the Royal Mail, ‘but it will never be as profitable as opening people’s birthday cards. Workers in the sorting office tell me you can make £200 on a good day.’

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Posted: Apr 1st, 2012
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Lib Dems push for directly-elected newspaper editors

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has unveiled plans to end hereditary privilege in Britain by introducing directly-elected newspaper editors.

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Posted: Mar 1st, 2012
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