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Post-snow horror worsens as greengrocer accused of selling snowman body parts

Lancashire police have launched a murder investigation after the gruesome discovery of a sackful of amputated snowmen’s noses in the stock room of a Skelmersdale greengrocer.

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Posted: Jan 28th, 2013
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Feature: More government advice on practical uses for snow

too good to waste in these hard economic timesFollowing recent government advice that building a snowman is now an official way to prevent flooding, we can now bring you this coalition’s guide to other uses for the snow during this cold spell.

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Posted: Jan 25th, 2013
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Snow latest: Pensioner sick of being checked on by neighbours

Alf Pemberton, 83, is thought to have been checked in on by eight different well-meaning neighbours in a 12-hour period over the weekend, amassing over 21 pints of milk in the process.

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Posted: Jan 21st, 2013
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Snow ‘completely unprepared’ to land in Britain

Snowflakes are up in arms about having to cope with landing in Britain, reports the Daily Hail, which describes scenes of utter chaos in clouds up and down (but mostly above) the country whilst laying the blame firmly at the door of immigrant weather.

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Posted: Jan 16th, 2013
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Ice-fall woman, 90, accused of diving by off-duty referee

‘Players these days go down at the slightest contact, so I gave her one of those looks and gestured to her to get up. There was no-one near her at the time. In my view it was a dive, pure and simple.’

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Posted: Feb 10th, 2012
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