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Man who walked berserk down Clapham High Street gets police caution

A man who walked berserk down Clapham High Street terrifying shoppers, has been given a police caution. ‘We received a call from other pedestrians that a man was walking down Clapham High Street...

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roybland 19.06.11 12:35pm
roybland
Ed Miliband hits back and vows... something. Probably.

more soon, or not...

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FraserWords 19.06.11 12:31pm
FraserWords
Couple who bought countryside property 'plan to live in it' - values tumble

Britain’s troubled housing market suffered a new blow today when it was revealed that a countryside home has been bought by somebody who actually plans to live in it., The news immediately sent...

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FraserWords 19.06.11 12:29pm
FraserWords
Race for Life to change name in 2012 after description complaint

Cancer Research UK has confirmed it's familiar Race for Life has been forced into a name change for next year, after a court upheld a Trading Standards complaint. Mold Masgistrates court in North...

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Mrblacker 20.06.11 2:57pm
borednow
BBC finally admits Total wipeout commissioned by 4 year olds 0
simonjmr 19.06.11 9:50am
simonjmr
Local mouse finds job at research lab to escape the rat race 0
Dumbnews 19.06.11 6:30am
Dumbnews
Gynaecology departments to introduce ‘champagne treatment’

In a radical overhaul of funding for NHS gynaecology departments, the government has announced proposals for privately funded supplements to treatments. ‘We have long been searching for a...

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fernandomando 19.06.11 12:02am
fernandomando
Cameron compares drink-driving absent fathers with 'AIDS-ridden pig fuckers'

Tonight, David Cameron compared so-called 'absent fathers' to drink drivers. The move was intended to stigmatise young men who play no part in the raising of their children. However, it immediately...

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19.06.11 8:05pm
Ironduke
Bee struggles with "necessary" and dispels schooling concept 0
brownpaperreporter 18.06.11 8:52pm
brownpaperreporter
French ladies charged under Burka ban are banned from court for wearing a burka 0
Ironduke 18.06.11 5:11pm
Ironduke
Sunday Express names Daily Mail as principal cause of house price concern

The Sunday Express is to name a tabloid rival as being the main cause of low house prices across the UK. The paper's 19th June edition will carry a leader that effectively blames the Daily Mail's...

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Mrblacker 19.06.11 10:01am
Al OPecia
Suitcase with pink ribbon tied to handle goes missing

A black suitcase with a bright pink ribbon tied to its handle has gone missing from Gatwick airport’s luggage carousal. ‘It took me ages to find that ribbon,’ said Mildred Moran (48) who was...

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roybland 18.06.11 11:00pm
bonjonelson
BBC Radio London phone in celebrates one millionth sanctimonious caller 8
ronseal 19.06.11 12:33am
Golgo13
Unions: "We've been planning biggest strike since 1926 since 1926"

More strikes soon...

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FraserWords 18.06.11 3:12pm
FraserWords
God admits 2011 weather has been "elaborate practical joke"

God today admitted what many suspected: this year’s weather has been an elaborate practical joke., Between barely suppressed fits of giggles, the Almighty revealed that the beautiful Spring...

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FraserWords 18.06.11 3:02pm
FraserWords
Taliban to be offered Greece in peace deal. More soon. 0
Al OPecia 18.06.11 2:34pm
Al OPecia
Germans retreat over Greece.

"It's about bloody time" says 92-year old partisan Comrade Papagianakis, from his cave near Athens...

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be reasonable 18.06.11 10:43am
be reasonable
Virgin warns virus hit customers

Pope hails Immaculate Infection...

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captain747480 18.06.11 10:30am
captain747480
US claims victory in Vietnam war after inquiry by Duckworth and Lewis. More soon 0
dominic_mcg 18.06.11 9:58am
dominic_mcg
MoD unveils 'retirement villas' on west coast of Falklands

The MoD today announced plans for a huge, heavily fortified timeshare facility, overlooking the beaches and minefields of the popular Falkland Islands. The islands have never been so sought-after,...

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18.06.11 3:48pm
Ironduke
Olympic ticket winners to face drug tests 3
roybland 18.06.11 4:27pm
bonjonelson
Terry Pratchett to film sequel in Swiss alps

To provide guidelines for making FaceBook suicide a painless affair. FaceBook users must have the right to live which is best preserved by committing face book suicide to get back to the living....

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4ty2 18.06.11 1:26am
4ty2
BBC to hire 5 year old to make apology to Primark 0
bonjonelson 17.06.11 9:25pm
bonjonelson
Amstrad unveils Father's Day BoschPS3FootballStatusQuoStella hybrid appliance

Lord Alan Sugar has denied that his Amstrad empire has resorted to the lowest depths of male stimuli in launching his Father's Day special gift of the BoschPS3FootballStatusQuoStella hybrid appliance...

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antharrison 17.06.11 8:37pm
antharrison
Network Rail 'disappointed' at Bob Crow's absence from railway suicides

Bob Crow, leader of the RMT union, is not one of the 207 railway suicides listed in this year's report by the Rail Safety and Standards Board - and Network Rail has expressed 'disappointment' at his...

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roybland 17.06.11 7:30pm
roybland
New Thugweiser beer makes you feel both intelligent and handy with your fists

Thugweiser, the new brand of beer aimed at men who want to be hard and fair, was launched in Soho yesterday. The glittering galaxy of stars in attendance ranged from low brow knuckle dragging ex...

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ronseal 17.06.11 6:13pm
Golgo13
Webber's 'Love never dies' dies. 0
Mr Payne 17.06.11 5:21pm
Mr Payne
People who work for less than minimum wage have learning difficulties says Tory 0
roybland 17.06.11 5:15pm
roybland
Housewives love Porche's new expensive fridge: "a bit of a fanny fridge magnet" 1
thackaray 17.06.11 5:31pm
rikkor
Gove launches 'Primark Academies' initiative

Education Secretary Michael Gove is to transform failing schools into 'Primark Academies'.,  , Mr Gove told a School Leadership conference in Birmingham that if Britain was to 'compete with China...

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roybland 17.06.11 3:28pm
roybland