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Derby steels itself for Derby v. Derby derby

The town of Derby is preparing for an iconic football match this weekend, in which its home team plays itself in the 111th Derby v. Derby derby. The Derby-Derby derby has ended in a goalless draw every year since 1902, but the tantalising chance that one team, probably Derby, could come out on top, keeps fans on edge.

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Posted: Sep 28th, 2013
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Glaswegian attack victim slams ‘rubbish’ muggers

Och, take it, nae bother.A man left mildly injured by an inexperienced gang of muggers in the east end of Glasgow has spoken out against the ‘poor quality’ of the assault.

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Posted: Jul 11th, 2013
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Waiting times to assault NHS staff ‘have tripled’, finds study

free-for-all at the point of needThe latest report on the performance of the NHS has found a familiar but depressing picture of Accident and Emergency rooms full of people who have waited up to three hours to launch an unprovoked physical attack on a medical orderly or nurse.

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Posted: Dec 2nd, 2012
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Binge drinking MPs could face curfew and travel ban

The unacceptable face of Parliamentary Hooliganism reared its ugly head again yesterday, with booze fuelled rival factions clashing in a House of Commons bar. Police say there was one arrest and at least one member injured, after ancient rivalries were ignited by cheap booze which is freely available in the holiday camp known to locals as Westminster Village.

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Posted: Feb 24th, 2012
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David Cameron ‘may not have been beaten up enough at school’, warn experts

'Eat fist, oik!'Child development specialists have today warned that Conservative Party leader David Cameron exhibits all the hallmarks of a violence-deprived childhood during which he may not have received the appropriate number of playground beatings for someone from his social background.

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Posted: Oct 29th, 2009
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