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Fear of Brummie epidemic as accent spreads beyond city boundaries

Concern is growing that Brummie is spreading much faster than originally estimated and colonising many of the dialects that once distinguished surrounding towns and rural districts.

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Posted: Jan 5th, 2010
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Britain’s gloomiest man says he’s had enough of 2010

Britain’s gloomiest man has described 2010 as his ‘annus horribilis’, although confidently predicts 2011 will probably be worse.

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Posted: Jan 4th, 2010
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Cure for Swine Flu found scribbled on pencil case

A medical researcher has been hailed as a modern-day Louis Pasteur after inadvertently discovering a cure for Swine Flu on a battered schoolboy’s pencil case at a car boot sale.

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Posted: Aug 3rd, 2009
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What doesn’t kill you may not actually make you stronger, warn doctors

soon afterwards, this man was run over by a truckControversial new research published today in The Lancet challenges the accepted medical wisdom that any ailment which does not result in your death must inevitably make you stronger. Doctors have discovered that among those conditions which won’t leave you feeling better than before are cancer, HIV/AIDS, strokes, Parkinson’s disease, a broken spine, Ebola, heart attacks, radiation poisoning and massive trauma to the head. In fact the study concluded that the only medical condition that will definitely make you stronger is prolonged steroid addiction, but that too can cause premature death.

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Posted: Jul 10th, 2009
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Official WHO Swine Flu Pandemic launch ‘most spectacular yet’

a 'truly exceptional' outbreakThe global swine Flu pandemic was officially launched in Sydney today to an estimated global audience of 3 billion. Critics hailed the spectacular as ‘the most impressive pandemic launch yet’, by general consent eclipsing the event at the Bird Flu stadium in Beijing two years ago.

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Posted: Jun 13th, 2009
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