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By Big Arnold
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Could getting SWEATY be the key to a long life? People who exercise vigorously are less likely to die early than those who take a daily stroll

PUBLISHED: 16:26, 6 April 2015 | UPDATED: 23:38, 6 April 2015
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Why a stroll round the block is better than running a marathon

PUBLISHED: 00:52, 7 April 2015 | UPDATED: 07:10, 7 April 2015
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By Big Arnold
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How Camilla won over sceptical Britain: Ten years on from her marriage, her acceptance says so much about the way the nation's changed
Seven per cent of Britons thought Camilla should be Queen back in 2004
More than a decade on from her marriage to Charles, figure is 50 per cent

8 April 2015
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Camilla shouldn't be Queen, say public: And four in ten say Charles should step aside and let William be king

10 April 2015
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By Andy McDandy
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I remember a Viz article on the royal family, and at the end there was a poll on whether Charles should be king or whatever, and the options given were:

Don't give a monkey's
Couldn't give a shit
Haven't really thought about it
Don't give a toss
 
By davidjay
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Arnold wrote:
How Camilla won over sceptical Britain: Ten years on from her marriage, her acceptance says so much about the way the nation's changed
Seven per cent of Britons thought Camilla should be Queen back in 2004
More than a decade on from her marriage to Charles, figure is 50 per cent

8 April 2015
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z3WwLuhbhH" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Camilla shouldn't be Queen, say public: And four in ten say Charles should step aside and let William be king

10 April 2015
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z3WwNR9GWo" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
The concept of 'hereditary' doesn't really ring with some people.
By Andy McDandy
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At uni I had an American tutor for Tudor and Stuart history, who used to piss himself laughing at people who thought monarchy was a popularity contest. "It's hereditary, you take whoever comes along in order" he'd say.
 
By Kreuzberger
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Andy McDandy wrote:At uni I had an American tutor for Tudor and Stuart history, who used to piss himself laughing at people who thought monarchy was a popularity contest. "It's hereditary, you take whoever comes along in order" he'd say.
Maybe they should stand all the candidates up to scrutiny and then put it to a public vote. We could call it The Rex Factor
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By JuanTwoThree
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I think the answer is the Anglo-Saxon one. A constitutional monarchy so you take the next in line but if he (or she as well these days) can't swing a battle-axe round his (her) head a dozen times, then the Witan looks for someone who can.
By SoulBoy
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#431967
This headline appeared on the front page this morning, it still appears on the article -

Fury over 'Stasi' tactics after council releases pictures caught by inspectors wearing secret spy cameras of residents engaged in the heinous crimes of littering and dog-fouling

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z3oX29TJMv" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Comments haven't quite gone to the Mail's advantage, Mailites hating litter and dog mess more than council busy bodies, and a bit of rapid revision appears to be underway.

The headline has mysteriously changed on the MailOnline front page -

Shamed, litterbugs who tried to escape the law: Rogues' gallery caught on camera was they give false names to officers
By Andy McDandy
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Has anyone mentioned the hypocrisy of running a story condemning RCT Council for taking and publishing these photos, then covering the article in said photos?
 
By Big Arnold
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Love Island 2019: Meet the contestants who have been connected to the UK's celebrity circle long before entering the villa... including Charlie Frederick's ex, Ellie Brown's BFF and a Scottish reality star
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/a ... faces.html
Love Island 2019: The first 12 hopefuls are unveiled ahead of their villa debut... including a scientist, a fireman, a rugby player, and the brothers of Strictly's AJ Pritchard and boxer Tyson Fury
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/a ... debut.html
 
By Big Arnold
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Melania's homage to Diana: Elegant Mrs Trump takes inspiration from the princess's crisp navy and white ensembles for lunch at Buckingham Palace
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-7098355/ Melania-Trump-pays-tribute-D-Day-veterans-military-themed-650-Burberry-blouse.html
 
By Bones McCoy
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#576854
Malcolm Armsteen wrote:
Sat Apr 11, 2015 11:29 am
Sport are Witan, innit?
Them's the liberal elites (well not all that liberal actually).

Sport are Fyrd, sign up at yor local burgh.
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