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London declares war on Yorkshire

Hague: "Your county needs you!"In a stunning new development in the fight against terror, London has declared war on Yorkshire. Citing the 7/7 bombings as justification, Prime Minister David Cameron said: ‘Yes, the bombers were all Muslims. But they were also all from Yorkshire, a fact which I don’t think has received enough attention until now.’

The Ministry of Defence expressed enthusiasm for the new strategy, a spokesman saying: ‘It’s a pain in the arse fighting bloody wars in the desert. The sand gets in everything. Yorkshire’s a much simpler proposition – we just need to give everyone a cagoule for the constant pissing rain.’

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Posted: Jul 23rd, 2015
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Chelsea fan offered old job back

A Chelsea fan who received a banning order for racially abusing a man on the Paris Metro has been offered his old job back.

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Posted: Jul 23rd, 2015
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Metropolitan Police admit to ‘investigating crime’

Met to get back to good old-fashioned snooping, discreditingThe Met has conceded that it diverted resources away from the fight against justice campaigners in order to tackle crime.

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Posted: Jul 23rd, 2015
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Boots on the ground in Syria ‘could be problematic’, say pharmacists

IS there a placebo?The prospect of the UK putting ‘Boots on the ground’ in the Syria has once again been on the agenda this week after our recent participation in US air strikes. However, experts have questioned whether the pharmacist and general store’s winning formula could be successfully translated from high street to war zone.

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Posted: Jul 22nd, 2015
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Cameron to fight radicalisation with £53,000 student debt promise

David Cameron has pledged to tackle radical extremism amongst young Muslims by telling them that a place at a top UK university would only cost them £53,000 each.

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Posted: Jul 22nd, 2015
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