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“THE SUN FRONT PAGE: 'Ripper's vile Maddie slur' #skypapers”
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BBC chiefs are braced for condemnation from an inquiry over the broadcaster's failure to discover that one of its stars was a prolific paedophile. Dame Janet Smith, who is conducting a review into how Jimmy Savile was able to carry out sexual abuse of children and adults while at the broadcaster ...
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The BBC

Apparently envied the world over and is a great British institution that not only threatens the British public with court, fine and a criminal record to get its funding but also uses anti-terror laws to see what you watch and how.

Their amazing abilities also extend to seeking legal advice on how to stop stories running about Savile being a paedophile. They also thanked him for getting a story dropped on a BBC photographer who was accused of sexual advances to teenage girls.

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BBC chiefs are braced for condemnation from an inquiry over the broadcaster's failure to discover that one of its stars was a prolific paedophile. Dame Janet Smith, who is conducting a review into how Jimmy Savile was able to carry out sexual abuse of children and adults while at the broadcaster ...
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The British bumming corporation are disgusting filth who have gotten away with far to much for way to long. I pay a fee to fund filth with which I have no affiliations just to keep more filth away from my door. I do hope this vile corporation will be held accountable when the proper regime is in place, although I somehow doubt it.
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Juncker loses temper with ‘irrelevant’ Greek voters

Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission president, has taunted the Greeks by claiming that the country’s referendum result is an “irrelevant circus” because it was based on an illegitimate question.

Democracy +European Commission​ style.

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The president of the European Commission claimed the result of the vote was illegitimate because it was based on measures that had expired five days earlier
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Can't read the full article without paying a sub tho.
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As George Osborne prepares for his first Budget of the new parliament, the chancellor is under pressure to deliver on his promise to cut £12bn from Britain’s welfare bill. Unexpectedly, one of the areas he has in his sights involves big changes to
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Really enjoyed it Saw it at the Cinema when it first hit the big screen.
 
Film Review: "Les Misérables " has been published by Tammy.

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Chicago is very good, I just think the last half lets it down. It kind of grinds to a halt, which is a shame. The opening is a cracker.
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Chester Zoo It's a huge place with all manner of beautiful animals. Some are in danger of becoming extinct and the team at +Chester Zoo​ are working hard to reverse what is as usual a problem and that problem is humans.

From Elephants to Tigers, a walk through the bat cave where the bats fly free and even butterflies Chester Zoo has an amazing collection of beautiful creatures.

I didn't take all that many pics, you've really got to go so you can take in the all sights. The best thing I saw was an Orangutan hiding hunter a blanket (picture below) when it rained and peering out every now and then I guess to see if it had stopped.

A great day out and hit their website to find out more here - http://goo.gl/m5MfN0 - and download their app from Google Play - https://goo.gl/ltW0o2 iTunes - https://goo.gl/zrP29d




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Shop all day on Sundays in trading shake-up

Sunday shopping is set to become an all-day affair under the biggest reform of opening hours in 20 years.......

I do feel sorry for retail workers. Not only do they have to put up with complete idiots but their social and family life is being eroded.
George Osborne plans to sweep away rules that prevent larger stores from serving customers for more than six consecutive hours on Sundays
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Danger Mouse

Follow the adventures of superspy Danger Mouse and his bumbling sidekick, Penfold, as they jet around the world foiling their enemies' evil plots.

(Animal Tales, TV Animated Comedies, TV Cartoons, TV Programmes, British TV Programmes, Kids' TV, TV Comedies, British TV Comedies)

Watch now: http://www.netflix.com/WiMovie/70177040

Year: 1981-1982
Certificate: U
Duration: 3 Seasons

Cast: David Jason, Terry Scott, Edward Kelsey, Brian Trueman

IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0081848/
IMDB Rating: 7.6/10
Netflix Rating: 3.2/5

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Information page about 'Danger Mouse' (starring David Jason, Terry Scott, Edward Kelsey and more) on Netflix UK :: from MaFt's NewOnNetflixUK
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Licence fee may rise to fund over-75s

Along with an increase in the TV Tax the BBC will only allow you to watch BBC iPlayer if you pay the TV Tax. Before you fall for the BBC PR nonsense here's how it could work.

Every time you buy a smartphone, tablet, Desktop, Laptop or games console you'll have to buy a digital licence to use it because it will have the ability to stream TV channels such as ITV Player, All 4 and even the BBC.

Simply using your TV licence won't work as it could be shared with family members or friends. The BBC have already lost £150m due to people not paying the TV Tax so they'll make sure simply signing in won't work. The BBC still want it to be a criminal offence not to pay because they are worried they'll lose more than £200m.

The only way in which the above will not happen is by forcing the BBC to become subscription only. For some reason people hate the idea of not forcing you by fear of court, fine and possibly a criminal record to fund the BBC.

It's long overdue but the BBC should be subscription by choice and not by a law. I don't care if you think the BBC is good value for money, I and others should not have to pay a broadcaster if we don't want to. 


The BBC already charge for subscribers to their magazine, they already charge you for digital content via Google Play and iTunes. There is nothing stopping them from doing the same for TV apart that is for the BBC. The DG earns £450k a year and lives in a £1.5m home, it's got to be funded somehow and you're the one to do it.
Lord Hall of Birkenhead claimed that the agreement thrashed out with George Osborne was the ‘right deal’ in ‘difficult circumstances’
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The BBC could cut costs quite easily by cutting management and irrelevant talking heads by half. There is no justification for them to have 10 layers of management in any department as per their own report.
Instead of moving on when they have lost sports coverage to Sky they have filled the gaps with talking heads and clips.
It's time the BBC grasped the nettle and started acting like a commercial organisation instead of ripping off the tax payer.


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National Trust to spend £30m on green schemes

+National Trust​ membership is worth every penny.

The National Trust is to invest £30 million in renewable energy schemes at dozens of its properties as part of efforts to reduce fuel bills.........


More than 40 castles, stately homes and country properties have been identified as suitable sites for sources of renewable energy
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It is that! Great free (not including fuel obviously) day out!!
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Only in the UK

I don't even earn half of what he gets and my home is a 2 bed flat worth 1/10 of his home. 
Hani-al-Sibai, described as a 'key influencer' of Tunisian terror group, lives in a £1 million house on a leafy street in fashionable west London
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FFS, Sean, can you guys not do something?
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Live in Bournemouth with my amazing wife and wonderful son. I work in the mobile phone industry and helps feed my passion for all things tech. 

interested in everything from technology, current affairs, food and  pretty much everything in between. That means my posts will contain all the above and some random ramblings about something that has made me go tut.  

I also post about Android with a UK prospective when I get the chance. My Google+ page is called Android UK News etc. Take a look and hopefully you'll find something of interest. I use Google+ exclusively and post from my Nexus 9 or Nexus 6 on the go.  
 
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