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Study: Removal of lead piping in conservatories leads to drop in murders

A research study has shown that some simple precautions such as removing candlesticks, lead piping and lengths of rope from rooms in the home can lead to a significant fall in the number of unexplained murders.

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Posted: Mar 15th, 2013
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RBS ‘regrets’ investing in financial software from Fisher-Price

looking for new, more influential sponsor. like BarclaysRBS executives have acknowledged that purchasing their software and systems from Fisher-Price may have been a cost-cutting exercise too far.

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Posted: Mar 8th, 2013
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Advert: Host your own public inquiry with the new ‘Home Leveson Kit’

Do you wish you could conduct a public inquiry into press standards from the comfort of your own home? Well now you can with the new Leveson Inquiry board game from Waddingtons!

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Posted: Apr 30th, 2012
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Three party leaders to take part in live, televised game of Monopoly

Cameron bagsied the Top Hat early onBritain’s party leaders are to face their most gruelling test yet in the run up to the election, a live television game of the popular board game Monopoly. Producers are hoping the ego catalysing, insecurity amplifying mixture of chance and rule bending will give the most revealing glimpse yet into the true natures of our potential leaders.

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Posted: Mar 19th, 2010
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Waddington faces law suit from child forced to play Monopoly banker

A child who was forced by cruel parents to play the part of ‘Banker’ in a family game of Monopoly, is set to win millions of pounds of taxpayer’s money in compensation, under a court ruling.

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Posted: Apr 29th, 2009
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