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Houses of Parliament to get Hawkeye.

MPs will be able to decide debates by 'going upstairs' to the third umpire in future. Hawkeye will be used to see whether insults flung from either side have hit home or gone wide of the mark....

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Boutros 15.07.13 9:14pm
Wrenfoe
Promiscuous teens to be fitted with a benefits cap. More soon. 1
dominic_mcg 15.07.13 9:14pm
Skylarking
Chain manufactures say business is booming since they joined Linkedin. 2
Ian Searle 15.07.13 9:12pm
Wrenfoe
American civil right campaigners hail Hispanic equality

Civil rights campaigners gathered outside a Florida courthouse today to hail a verdict seen as a milestone in American history. Speaking immediately after a not guilty verdict was handed down in the...

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Mandy Lifeboat 15.07.13 9:06pm
Wrenfoe
Big Issue seller admits to having more than 'one last copy' 0
Mandy Lifeboat 15.07.13 8:30pm
Mandy Lifeboat
Scary People Must Die, says Florida’s Courts (Stand Your Ground Law)

In an effort to spice up a state known for old people and tourists, Florida passed the famous “Stand Your Ground Law,” allowing citizens kill anyone they fear might hurt them. After the Trayvon...

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julepg 15.07.13 8:06pm
FlashArry
SNP claim Scotland could survive on 'Andy Murray and Tennent's Lager tax'

The Scottish National Party's attempt to sell the idea of secession from the United Kingdom to its prospective voters began today with a claim that Scotland could survive solely on heavy taxation of...

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Jesus H 15.07.13 7:58pm
Jesus H
Deceased misanthrope "gone to a bitter place." 2
sredni vashta 15.07.13 7:31pm
sredni vashta
Comedy Writers hoping for tradegy-free day soon. 1
Al OPecia 15.07.13 7:29pm
Wrenfoe
Wilkins was "re-enacting his glory days at Chelsea" court hears. More soon. 0
Al OPecia 15.07.13 7:08pm
Al OPecia
Poor taste threads to be fitted with Lens Cap. More soon. 6
Al OPecia 15.07.13 6:59pm
Al OPecia
IDS offers new contraceptive

Ian Duncan Smith is to offer a revolutionary new contraceptive to Britain's poor. Despite the hefty ₤500 price tag, the "benefit cap" promises to reduce reproduction among the working-class., ,...

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Wrenfoe 15.07.13 6:50pm
sillybugger
Rowling’s book cover whistle blown

Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden has provided the Guardian with more documents pertaining to the recently-revealed US government surveillance program PRISM - this time it is about other books...

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farmer giles 15.07.13 6:46pm
farmer giles
Cameron offers to re-build Bridge over the River Kwai. More soon. 0
Al OPecia 15.07.13 6:29pm
Al OPecia
Hardeep Singh Kohli Returns To Scotland To Support "Yes" Referendum Campaign

support for "No" campaign surges...

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Mike Turbine-Hamilton 15.07.13 6:03pm
Mike Turbine-Hamilton
Chuckle Brothers 'feeling the burn' as Tour de France reaches stage 16

Despite having to stop several times along the way to complete odd jobs really badly, cycling siblings Paul and Barry Chuckle are still leading the pack in this years Tour de France, but have...

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Jesus H 15.07.13 5:39pm
Jesus H
Green Flag in bid to rescue Thunderbirds.

International Rescue, the emergency service based on Tracey Island, is now in desperate need of rescue itself, the Tracey family revealed today. And its saviour could be the towaway service Green...

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Boutros 15.07.13 4:33pm
Boutros
IDS demands that jobseekers' benefit caps must be doffed at all times. 0
wallster 15.07.13 4:28pm
wallster
Ian Duncan Smith to make 'Part-time' traffic lights work full time

More later, often...

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virtuallywill 15.07.13 3:57pm
virtuallywill
Mail apologises over "Gay drugs" story confusion. 0
Ref Minor 15.07.13 3:44pm
Ref Minor
Eddie the Eagle announces comeback in build-up to Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics

Michael Edwards, better known as 'Eddie the Eagle', has announced that he has boldly dusted off his skis in preparation for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, which are less than six months away....

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Jesus H 15.07.13 1:45pm
Jesus H
Paparrazo suprised but pleased by lack of reporters at Cambridge Circus 1
Not Amused 15.07.13 10:59am
Not Amused
Eurovision rocked by doping scandal

The future of the iconic song contest is in doubt today, as revelations emerge that at least half of all the victories over the past few decades were down to performance-enhancing substances. Covert...

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sydalg 15.07.13 10:47am
sydalg
Poetic Justice pronounces sentence in rhyming couplets 0
sydalg 15.07.13 10:21am
sydalg
Oedipus Rex parents' marriage 0
sydalg 15.07.13 10:19am
sydalg
Top athletes test positive for naïveté

Tested later...

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virtuallywill 15.07.13 10:01am
virtuallywill
Novels to be published “in plain packaging”

Under a new scheme unveiled by the Publishers’ Association, all new novels could be released in plain covers, without cover art, and without identifying “authors”. Research has shown that it...

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nickb 15.07.13 9:16am
nickb
Isle of Wight to get Ox Bridge

The Isle of Wight International Arts Festival has announced a major coup in signing Ox Bridge, an English comedian and satirist, for this Autumn’s event at the Shanklin Theatre. Mr Bridge, a...

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Yikes 15.07.13 8:06am
Yikes
'No, after you, I insist,' say Mandela and royal baby 0
Oxbridge 15.07.13 8:03am
Oxbridge
Liverpool Care Pathway to be allowed to die peacefully.

On a trolley in a corridor with no wheels, just propped up on a pile of bricksi...

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Ian Searle 15.07.13 6:45am
Ian Searle