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Tax cuts for 25 million people worth up to £320 a year. Millions of pounds of Government money to help first time buyers get on the housing ladder. Scrapping the 1p planned rise in fuel duty. Oh, and reducing corporation tax to its lowest ever level.
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Premier League League relegation
Back Blackburn for relegation at 9/4 – generally available
Having looked at the remaining fixtures for the teams concertinaed at the bottom of the Premier League, in my opinion Blackburn are the wrong price at 9/4 to go down. I feel they should be more like 6/4. Blackburn might sit in 15th at [...]
Didn’t have time to record number 538 in my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No, asked by the Daily Mail yesterday.
But can’t really let it go by.
Thanks to Matthew Burchell and Paul Sims.
London’s Horniman Museum’s 19th-century “merman” has the snarling lips of a monkey and the swerving scales of a fish’s tail. Long suspected to be a fake, the museum’s specialists have now launched an investigation into who made the object, first brought to Britain over 100 years ago.
The museum’s deputy keeper of natural history Paolo Viscardi [...]
So having spent two weeks on the all new GSXR 600, and last years ZX6-R, I have had immense fun, but what do I think of what a lot of people would call the class leading 600 supersport?
I’m waiting for someone to explain to me satisfactorily why the Leeds-Saints match could have been decided by an outrageous non-try.
It was a storming game at Headingley, but it would have been a travesty if it had been won by young Zak Hardaker’s first try for the Rhinos.
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Cave of Forgotten Dreams shows the dramatic results of Herzog’s exclusive access to the recently discovered Chauvet caves in the South of France, and their truly extraordinary cave paintings, dating back 32,000 years.
Online games store Play.com has admitted that customer names and email addresses were leaked as a result of a security breach after users complained of receiving spam emails to addresses they use only to monitor their accounts on the site.
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