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Manc boards plane to Italy

A 28-year-old Man from Manchester has boarded a plane to Rome, on his own, with a passport, ticket and boarding pass.

The man got through a security screen by mingling with families, young professionals and business travellers, from Cheshire, going through Terminal 1 on Tuesday afternoon.

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Posted: Jul 25th, 2012
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Children warned name of first pet should contain 8 characters and a digit

Popular pet names Rover, Cheryl and Kate could be a thing of the past. Banks are now advising parents to think carefully before naming their child’s first pet. For security reasons, the chosen name should have at least eight characters, a capital letter and a digit. It should not be the same as the name of any previous pet, and must never be written down, especially on a collar as that is the first place anyone would look.

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Posted: Jun 8th, 2012
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London 2012 plans in disarray as Lord Coe arrested for looking a bit ‘Araby’

‘As you’d expect, my officers are on high alert for slightly foreign-looking gentlemen showing any interest at all in the Olympics”, explained Chief Inspector Midsomer.

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Posted: Oct 10th, 2011
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Gunshot sensors will keep Birmingham police well safe, say experts

Sensors used to detect fatal gunshot wounds are being deployed by police forces throughout the West Midlands. The sensors – which consist of a cardboard periscope with a telescope stuck on the end – are being installed on rooftops and high buildings in Birmingham and the rough bits of Coventry, which includes all of Coventry.

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Posted: Dec 13th, 2010
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Internet security crisis as civil servant leaves Sir Tim Berners-Lee on train

‘This represents a major security breach,’ said Home Secretary Theresa May, ‘As the inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim knows everything, holds all the passwords, and is the only person able to turn the Internet on and off.’

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Posted: Jul 1st, 2010
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