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Jools Holland to host the Night Tube

London Underground will begin running a late night anarchic pop show on its Victoria and Central lines, in response to the high level of commuter demand for a 24/7 showcase of contemporary music.  234 more words

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Alf Garnett too late to stop Brexit

Frustratingly the BBC’s re-boot of ‘Till Death Us Do Part’ has missed its chance to spread a message of brotherly love to wavering Referendum voters.  Alf’s sage commentary on multi-culturalism and the need for an integrated Europe, could so easily have tipped the balance in favour of the ‘bloody foreigners’. 160 more words

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Top Gear...meh

Much to the surprise of astronomers and mystic shaman the sun continued to rise and the Earth spun on its axis, despite the fears surrounding the re-boot of the ‘Top Gear’ franchise.  246 more words

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Liam Payne ‘groomed’ by Geordie housewife

Social services and teenage fan-sites have expressed concern over rumours that members of ‘One Direction’ may have fallen foul of a ‘talent ring’, whose sole purpose was to groom and franchise boy bands.  297 more words

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Taylor Swift to headline EU debate

The BBC has agreed to stage the EU referendum at Wembley Arena, with a host of popular rock stars and musically-gifted xenophobes set to take the stage.  211 more words

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Adele's ex-boyfriend comes out of hiding

Bowed by public pressure and surrounded by bodyguards a Mr. Gary Stevens, of West Norwood, has revealed that he is to blame for Adele’s plaintive wailing and multi-million pound angst.  315 more words

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 007's car rendered useless by spilt milk

In a pivotal scene, during the twenty-forth ‘James Bond’ film, movie-goers will be treated to a high octane action sequence involving sour smelling dairy product.  Britain’s most inebriated spy, after Guy Burges, is seen spilling a small cartoon of full-cream milk on his car upholstery, after inadvertently plugging his USB charger into the ejector seat. 201 more words

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