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Nigel Farage attacks pupils’ Ukip parody app featuring Nicholas Fromage
App developed by sixth-formers at Canterbury Academy allows players to kick immigrants off white cliffs of Dover
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In his novel 11.22.63, Stephen King writes an account of the build-up to the assassination of John F Kennedy, and an attempt to prevent it from happening. Terminally ill Al Templeton has found a portal to the past in the pantry of his diner. He has convinced his friend Jake Epping of its existence by sending him through it to 1958. When a shaken Jake returns, Al tries to persuade him to go back and finish the job that Al himself couldn’t – to sto...
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Side Effects is a new book from Kacper Kowalski, an award-winning aerial photographer and pilot, documenting the effects of human activity on the landscape in his native Poland
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The video is interesting, covering WELL KNOWN approaches in advertising and communication, but largely spoiled by a conspiracy theory bullshit approach. I am waiting for breathless, breaking news, coverage on the discovery of hot water and how it softens the nation's defences.
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so London is not the most polluted city in the Europe
 
Daily chart: The deadly smog that enveloped Beijing over the past weekend was so bad that air-quality readings from a monitor on the roof of the American Embassy said simply: "Beyond Index”. But Beijing is not even the most polluted city in China, that dubious honour is bestowed on Lanzhou in the north-western province of Gansu. Today’s chart looks at the most polluted cities of the world's largest economies. See chart: http://econ.st/WdTHoP 
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Probably thanks to the constant winds, which sweep all the pollution elsewhere
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