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Funny story: BT Shock with £738 Million Premier League rights, 'seeing off' stern ESPN and Al Jazeera competition.

BT Shock with £738 Million Premier League rights, 'seeing off' stern ESPN and Al Jazeera competition.

Post Office/BT Tower, LONDON: BT shockingly moved into Premier League football, after paying £738m to win the rights to show live matches from next year, with BSkyB still broadcasting the vast majority of live Premier League matches. Armchair T...
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Funny story: World Exclusive - New Jeremy Hunt leaked email

World Exclusive - New Jeremy Hunt leaked email

A first draft of Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt's statement to the House of Commons has been leaked, reacting to the proposed take over of BSkyB by NewsCorp before it was 'polished' by Party officials. The recipient of the email is a certain DC, however DC is not David Cameron or even anyone closely associated with David Cameron, nor even anyone with the initials 'DC' according to a statement...
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Funny story: Jeremy *unt and the BSkyB stunt

Jeremy *unt and the BSkyB stunt

London - Secretary of State for Vultures, Mediocrity and Spots Jeremy *unt has been outed as a NewsCorpse stooge at the Leveson Inquiry today. A smug little toerag even by Tory standards *unt tipped off the Murdochs about a Parliamentary statement...
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Monsanto... Very Fishy Indeed!

After dumping two tons of genetically modified fish into the Atlantic, anyone henceforth fishing in any ocean or sea anywhere in the world will have to buy a licence from Monsanto ... or be sued.
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