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Issue No. 2376

‘If a vehicle is unavailable then clearly that’s not ideal’

Cop explaining how police officers filling up diesel engines with petrol cost  £600,000. Essex Police even installed ‘talking fuel caps’ at a cost of £4,000 to no avail.

‘A shady figure’ and a ‘very sad man’ 

Former BBC director-general Greg Dyke describes former prime minster Tony Blair

‘Sir Brendan’s measured leadership and wise counsel at the TUC was very much in evidence during public sector disputes. We look forward to working with him in his new role’

The bosses’ CBI looks forward as the workers’ leader Sir Brendan Barber becomes head of conciliation service Acas

‘Thatcherism was triumphant’

Natalie Rowe describing the atmosphere at parties where Georgie Porgie, or chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne as he is to everyone else, didn’t take cocaine

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Tue 22 Oct 2013, 16:40 BST
Issue No. 2376
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