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Caravanning in Rhyl the only viable option left for cash poor Greek holidaymakers

Just a tiny bit of ouzo made everything greatTough restrictions on how much cash can be withdrawn from Greek banks have left citizens with no choice but to be slightly less ambitious with their holiday plans this summer, it has emerged. With some banks restricting both online and cash withdrawals to less than €50 per-day, many have found that a week’s break in a two berth caravan in Rhyl is the only achievable getaway.

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Posted: Jul 20th, 2015
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England move test match to St Andrews

In a bid to save the second test against Australia, England has upped-stumps and moved the match to St Andrews Golf Course.

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Posted: Jul 20th, 2015
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Nazis ‘furious’ over links to British Royal Family

'Master Race? Ich denke nicht.'Leaders of Germany’s leading far-right fascist party say they are furious over newspaper reports linking them to the British Royal Family.

Nazi leaders vehemently deny that there was ever any collusion between the Royals and Germany’s social Darwinist movement, pointing out that they (the Nazis) subscribed to the theory of an Aryan master race based on national Socialism and not the hereditary imperialism of a single ruling family.

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Posted: Jul 19th, 2015
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Nelson Mandela ‘getting a bit racist in his old age’

remembers when it was all fields round hereReports from the 93rd birthday of former South African President Nelson Mandela say the event was marred by the veteran anti-apartheid campaigner complaining about the number of ‘blacks’ at the party and how South Africa had gone downhill since they ‘let all those darkies take over’.

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Posted: Jul 15th, 2015
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Camila Batmanghelidjh told to simplify her name or else

kids v. idsWork and Pensions Secretary Ian Duncan Smith has ordered Kids Company boss Camila Batmanghelidjh to simplify her name or face instant liquidation of the charity that helps needy young people avoid contact with Conservatives. ‘Something like er, Margaret, or Theresa would be much more manageable and, as for the surname, well something a little bit English sounding would make our job of denouncing her as an evil thief that much more easy.’

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Posted: Jul 12th, 2015
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