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The Guardian believes "the BBC was the loser" after the Public Accounts Committee hearing on Monday, at which senior figures were called to account over the pay-offs. The Daily Mail says the "often acrimonious session" was "punctuated by allegations
Cuckoo's dramatic decline tackled on Dartmoor 31 August 2013 Last updated at 19:03 ET The call of the cuckoo is a sound that is fading from the British countryside as the bird's numbers plummet dramatically. In the last 25 years England has lost over
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36 Click to rate Rating (0) 'A cure for gray hair?' ____________________ Gray?? Just-A-London-Bird , L-O-N-D-O-N, United Kingdom, 06/5/2013 02:28 Seriously...? Gray and grey are different spellings of the same word, and both are used throughout
Scottyr247 , Scotland, United Kingdom, 05/5/2013 15:48 Click to rate Rating (0) Great spirit - KingKong , Brentwood, 05/5/2013 15:45 Good on him, however.......Now that he has told us all, the Gestapo will be round his house next week with
While he entered in a three-piece suit, he left looking disoriented and disheveled. Kourtney was not in London with Scott, as she left for a Greek vacation Thursday with the rest of reality TV's first family.
February 12, 2013 Anyone who thinks they can get the better of you intellectually is living in cloud cuckoo land.
I am so glad she has gone. - Ann , Brighton, 27/11/2012 11:19 At last the bimbo with false breast is out. Alan platt , Eastbourne, United Kingdom, 27/11/2012 11:18 Thank goodness this dozy individual is out, she is a pathetic excuse for a woman, it
November 12, 2012 Some species of cuckoo are known as brood parasites for their devious tactic of laying their eggs in other species' nests so those birds can care for the cuckoos' young. Now scientists have discovered that an Australian bird called
But as new research published in Current Biology reveals, the fairy-wren has developed a rather ingenious countermeasure: Expectant mothers teach their unhatched offspring a secret password that they'll later need to get fed. The cuckoo chicks, who