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37% of Britons say negligent owners of killer dogs should face life imprisonment – and the majority support longer than two year sentences when dangerous dogs cause injury A consultation on extending the jail terms for owners of dangerous dogs has been launched by ministers, with the suggestion of extending ...
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Sizzling sausage or cucumber sandwich? The public prefer barbecues – picnics are a thing of the past The picnic has been a symbol of English elegance since 1748, when Lord Chesterfield associated the word with a sophisticated social gathering, according to the OED. But a new poll by YouGov finds them ...
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Who would win in the greatest race in history? Public opinion is mostly split on the subject, but Britons give it to Bolt by a nose British 10,000m and 5,000m olympic gold medalist Mo Farah has challenged fellow gold medalist, Jamacian sprinter Usain Bolt – who is the first man ever ...
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