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Daily Mail criticised for continuing to pass itself off as a ‘newspaper’

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The Daily Mail has come under renewed criticism after it emerged they continue to position themselves as a provider of ‘news’.

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Regulated rail fares to rise from ‘Outrageous’ to ‘Exorbitant’

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Rail fares will rise an average of 3.5% in the new year, according to the Association of Train Operating Companies, elevating current prices from ‘outrageous’ to ‘exorbitant’.

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Lost Royal Mail £1bn found ‘alive and well’ in investment bank client accounts

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The £1bn ‘lost’ by the taxpayer during the sale of the Royal Mail has been found alive and well in the client accounts of the banks advising on the sale, according to reports this morning.

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Britain’s low paid wondering if they can ‘upgrade to slavery’

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Thousands of Britain’s low paid workers are wondering if they can upgrade to slavery as a result of the Modern Slavery Bill.

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Wonga customers to pay debts with made-up currency

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After Wonga was found guilty of chasing debts with made-up legal firms, their customers have said they should expect repayments made with made-up money.

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Halal protesters to draw line at boycott of favourite curry house

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Protesters currently boycotting Subway and Pizza Express over their use of Halal meat have said they’ll still enjoy a Balti from their local curry house because ‘that is different’.

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Coca-Cola wondering if they’ll have to take out the Cocaine again

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Coca-Cola have admitted that if people keep looking at what’s inside its leading product, it might be forced to remove highly addictive drugs for the second time.

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£1500 Google Glass to finally end myth that people in glasses are ‘clever’

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As Google Glass prepares for a public release, the £1500 price tag has ensured the common perception that people wearing glasses are ‘clever’ is finally over.

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BBC uncovers ‘criminal’ organisation offering full sky packages for £80 a month

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BBC investigative journalism show Inside Out has uncovered a scam whereby consumers are being charged over £80 a month for access to all of Sky TV’s premium channels.

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RMT union to push for return of horse drawn tube trains

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Technology is evil and must be banished from the London Tube network, according to RMT and TSSA union bosses today.

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