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Football fans are evenly split on whether Manchester United was right to fire manager David Moyes, and they blame the players for the club’s performance this season Moyes was heralded as the ‘chosen one’ when he left Everton to take over the mangers job at Old Trafford on the recommendation ...
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Following tearful and dramatic testimony in the Oscar Pistorius murder trial, British people still overwhelmingly think he is guilty Last week Oscar Pistorius took the stand in his own defence, delivering an emotional testimony over five days. The South African runner has been charged with murdering his girlfriend Reena Steenkamp ...
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On the 20th anniversary of Britpop, British people pick Oasis over Blur by two to one In April 1994, following the death of Kurt Cobain and the American grunge scene with it, English radio DJ and music critic Stuart Maconie coined the phrase ‘Britpop’. Shooting out of local cities and ...
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Most Londoners think the Shard has changed the Capital’s skyline for the better – the same goes for the Gherkin, but the so-called ‘Walkie Talkie’ has failed to impress The 310m, 87 storey glass skyscraper that is now Europe’s tallest building has attracted criticism to match its scale: “A towering ...
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Almost half of men admit to having urinated in the shower – and a quarter of all Brits say doing so is acceptable A new YouGov survey finds that significant minorities of people think it is fine in general to wee in unorthodox places. 41% of men have weed in ...
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