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Song for today
at 07:06 24 Jun 2016

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Sterling now weaker than the euro
at 06:42 24 Jun 2016

Well done, you berks
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Only Poll that counts - Best East Anglian TV theme tunes?
at 18:43 23 Jun 2016

Only Poll that counts - Best East Anglian TV theme tunes?


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Just heard Cameron remembering Jo Cox on 'P.M.'
at 17:21 20 Jun 2016

He mentioned that she climbed the Inaccessible Pinnacle and abseiled down as part of one of her charity commitments and as an example of her determination. I was on the peak of Sgurr a' Mhaidiadh on Monday afternoon, probably around the time she breathed her last, gazing across at the In'pin and wondering if I would ever climb it. Does sound like we have lost an absolute diamond of an MP.
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Only 9.1% want to vote to leave the EU
at 08:44 20 Jun 2016

http://www.internationalaccountingbulletin.com/news/iab-and-ta-brexit-poll-profe

Sorry, couldn't resist the impulse to stir up the Outers with this unrepresentative cross section of the electorate.
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See Veseli got on the pitch for ten minutes
at 00:03 16 Jun 2016

Mind, it was the time when France knocked in both their goals.
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Best Americana Drama TV theme tune?
at 17:46 9 Jun 2016

Best Americana Drama TV theme tune?


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OK, Greatest TV Sports theme tunes
at 08:33 8 Jun 2016

OK, Greatest TV Sports theme tunes


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Greatest ever TV theme tune
at 10:00 7 Jun 2016

Greatest ever TV theme tune


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Cheese review - Skinny Crowdie
at 17:24 6 Jun 2016

Producer: Highland Fine Cheese Ltd., Tain
Supplied: Co-op
Old Git Tribute Sector: Room temperature 23C
Prevailing weather: Sunny, tested indoors in shade
Shipping forecast: Hebrides, 1016, light, good
Bikini Alert: Black

At £2 for a mere 140 grammes (that’s five ounces to you Outers) I thought ‘this had better be good’. Appearance wise it looked promising, a regular and non-cloying consistency as it sat in it’s little plastic pot (for this money I expect a genuine wooden mini-churn complete with plunger, on second thoughts forget the plunger - that’s going to reduce that meagre 140 by at least five grammes), which was thankfully free of QR codes, offers, recipes and even had a little rhyme about thwarted mice.

The first taste test was on Sainsbury’s rough oatcakes (on noticing the word rough I have, of course, ordered all stadia to be evacuated and a full security sweep be arranged), oatcake one overcame the flavour of the Crowdie and so I steeled myself to throw caution to the wind and increase the dosage on oatcake two. Now I could appreciate that skinny does not have to mean an absence of creaminess, a further delight was a pronounced, but not so much as to be tart, sharp aftertaste.

A second taste test as a sandwich filling was less successful, again Tesco Olive spread greased the substrate - homemade bread (Hemingway wrote ‘The Sun Also Rises’ but the same could not be said of my baking). As for oatcake one, the Crowdie was just too subtle to make itself known. Future use will be restricted to crackers and other such savoury fare.

I am currently seeking funding for a taste comparison of Skinny Crowdie with full-fat deep-fried and accompanied by a pint of heavy Crowdie.
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I kayaked eleven miles yesterday
at 12:11 6 Jun 2016

I'm assuming that the board is now swooning with admiration, but what (amongst other things) occured to me out on the water was that paddling along with nine other people was a lot more sensible than going it alone even though we have a whole lot of different skills, levels of ability etc. We are better off being around for each other - just to provide an anlaogy for the EU referendum vote.
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Frankie Boyle just caricatured MickMa on 'the News Quiz'
at 18:46 3 Jun 2016

Having first considered Sam Allardyce as the person to give Corbyn the hairdryer treatment.
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Swarbrick, this time he has gone
at 18:34 3 Jun 2016

Falsely reported in an obituary seventeen years ago (much to his amusement) Fairport's iconic fiddle player left us today. Will be missed.
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RIP Bert Kwouk
at 16:16 27 May 2016

Apologies if already posted but listening to 'Last Word' at the moment and saddened to hear of his passing, he always added an honourable pathos to anything he appeared in.
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University of East Anglia puts a stop to mortarboard throwing
at 17:02 18 May 2016

It's Norwich, is it possible that some students have actually put mortar on their mortarboards:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-norfolk-36320123
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Glasgow Blue - this Marxists killed more than Fascists claim
at 12:13 11 May 2016

Are you including Axis combatants killed in Russia during World War II in your workings?
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Darren O'Dea opinion on Keane surprises me
at 08:13 22 Apr 2016

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/36107020
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