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Teen asks court to prevent her travelling to Cornwall for holiday with parents

Sixteen-year-old Brenda Jones has asked the Family Court to stop her travelling to Cornwall for a week’s holiday with her parents.

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Posted: Mar 18th, 2015
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Scientists research into Lib Dem ‘wobble’ shows applied left and right forces

it's just life in a gaited communityLurching from left to right, the Lib Dem ‘wobble’ has baffled scientists for years. Finally, research conducted by Penguin watchers at London Zoo may have unlocked the key to this seemingly inefficient party’s means of mobilisation.

Electronic plates were installed in the corridors of Westminster and BBC studios to measure the level of lurch to the left or right. As Lib Dems trod these paths, scientists were able to gauge how a Lib Dem politician propels himself in political life.

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Posted: Mar 17th, 2015
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Runaway teens disappointed that Islamic State doesn’t have Apple Watch

London teenagers who travelled to Syria to become jihadists want to return home because IS doesn’t have the Apple Watch. Several Facebook postings by the runaway teens shows them lamenting the absence of Apple Watch despite prayers and appeals to the Islamic State’s religious leaders.

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Posted: Mar 17th, 2015
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Putin reappears following 10-day Minecraft binge

Vladmir Putin has appeared in public for the first time since March 5th, admitting that he’d ‘lost few days’ after an all-night pizza and Minecraft session ‘got out of control’ ten days ago.

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Posted: Mar 17th, 2015
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Massive hippopotamus and teeny little bird hail ‘essential relationship’

can't live without each otherA massive hippopotamus and a teeny tiny little bird have hailed their ‘unique and essential relationship’, during a three-day visit to the hippopotamus’s backside by the bird this week.

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Posted: Mar 17th, 2015
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