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British accents are changing, apparently. London accents are spreading further and further out to give large areas of the country a slight 'estuary' English twang. Add to this the influence of...
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It sometimes seems like DVDs were only introduced very recently. Indeed many people still have a DVD/VCR player with the videos only just gathering dust on the shelf. So with this in mind, companies...
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Supporters of the super-casino are facing the possibility of a rebellion against the proposal when it is discussed in parliament today. Both Labour and Conservative MPs are rumoured to be intent on...
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Kerry Katona's ex-husband Brian McFadden has claimed their marriage was a sham. He said he married her for the money and to appear celebrity-like. He said he knew on his stag night that it wasn't...
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An elderly couple may be separated after 60 years to together because of a local authority ruling. Mrs Dunnell, 80, suffers from dementia and is on a waiting list for a council owned with twenty four...
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Children as young as six are being diagnosed with eating disorders. The findings have come from the first national study into eating disorders in children under 13. Having anorexia at such a young age...
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A woman cannot claim rape just because she was drunk a judge declared yesterday. It has raised concerns over the Government's attempts to toughen up rape laws. The idea to have a 'sex breathalyser'...
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Castaway has been shipped to an off-peak time on Channel 4 as its ratings have fallen to 2.1 million. The programme follows the fortunes of 13 contestants on the Great barrier Reef for three months....
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Today marks two weeks since BBC correspondent Alan Johnston went missing in the Gaza strip. He was the only foreign journalist from a major media organisation based in the area and demonstrations have...
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Today's women are having less sex than 1950s women used to, according to new (American) research. Reasons given for this include today's hectic lifestyle and the increasing number of women in higher...
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In addition to sponsored billboards, TV adverts, signs at sports matches, radio, supermarkets and shop windows in town centres, the US has been trying to introduce 'word-of-mouth' advertising. As if...
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Reports that Paul McCartney has been on a date Sabrina Guinness who used to date Prince Charles has hit the headlines. Do you think that Macca is on the rebound or could this be lasting love? Or is...
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Experts have warned that alcohol is so dangerous to a person's health that it should be thought of as a class A drug. Cigarettes would be ranked as a class B drug. Is this just another utterly...
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Being in a loving relationship is the key to coping with the stresses and strains of everyday life. The perception that single people live a jolly and carefree lifestyle is not all truth. People in...
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Panic is searing through women's minds this spring as the hemlines of skirts just keep getting higher. The shops are full of teeny tiny skirts and babydoll smocks. These items look so great on the...
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Switzerland is to create a tunnel 35 miles long, making it the longest tunnel in the world. This is the sort of record that quite easily passes us by. What other strange world records are out there...
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Boris Johnson has waded into the issue of child abuse, criticising the 'hysteria' surrounding the issue of paedophiles in schools. He made it clear that he is in favour of protecting children but...
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Friday sees the long awaited, delayed and massively hyped European launch of the Playstation 3. At ?400 it's going to be the most expensive console out there. The question is how well will it stand up...
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A research organisation has proposed that samples of children would be tested to check standards in schools, rather than the present system of tests at 7, 11 and 14. Instead of all children taking...

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