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2 October 2014
Irvine Welsh Gets A Bit Sweary Over Osborne's 'Trainspotting' Speech
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How Did These Bayern Fans Watch The Game?
City's Stay-Away Fans Mocked By Paul Scholes And Rio Ferdinand
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Gary Neville On Why Mignolet Should've Saved Jagielka's Crackerjack
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Man Shuts Down Airport With An iPad... By Accident
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Five Days With The World's Squarest Phone
'Megaflare' Erupts With The Power Of 10,000 Suns
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Latest Rankings Make Bad Reading For British Universities
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