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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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Robert Peston to pioneer casual Friday’s at ITV

The BBC’s economics editor is to leave his lucrative position as ‘man who pretends to know stuff after it has happened’ and to take-over the role of ITV’s dress-down expert.   239 more words

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People Are So Worried About Offending People - We've Shot Ourselves in the Foot

Original post from Huffington Post

‘………..By Warwick Davis   Actor and television presenter

Life’s been awkward since the moment, I was born.

The doctor came in and said to my dad, “Would you mind standing up?” My dad stood up. 1,103 more words

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Chris Evans ‘can’t wait’ to be a little bit racist

The BBC has announced that Mr. Evans will be the latest recipient of TV’s ‘carte blanche’ – the freedom to offend with impunity. At an unveiling ceremony the TV and radio personality was handed an oversized blank cheque, a box-set of ‘Love thy neighbour’ and the keys to Richard Hammond. 234 more words

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