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Which BBC presenter may have to pay £420,000?

by on February 18, 2018

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Laughter Spot : “She finds her boyfriend in the arms of a redhead”

Laughter Spot : “She finds her boyfriend in the arms of a redhead”

by on February 17, 2018

A blonde suspects that her boyfriend is cheating on her, so she goes out and buys a gun. She goes to his apartment that same day, with the gun in hand.

Sure enough, when she opens the door, she finds her boyfriend in the arms of a redhead. She points the gun at her boyfriend at stares him down for a moment.

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Which lingerie company ads are targeted more at men than women?

Which lingerie company ads are targeted more at men than women?

by on February 17, 2018

Victoria's Secret has an advertising problem, and it's putting off customers. 

In January, Business Insider reported that mothers of teenage children who shopped at its teen-centric brand, PINK, were revolting online because of the oversexualized ads in Victoria's Secret's stores. 

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Laughter Spot : “Is that because I’m a blonde mommy?”

Laughter Spot : “Is that because I’m a blonde mommy?”

by on February 17, 2018

One day a blonde came home from school and came to her mother and said, “Hey, Mommy! Mommy! Today in school we learned to count.

The other kids could only count to three but I can count to ten….. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10!”

The mother responds, “Very good honey.” The blonde asks, “Is that because I’m a blonde mommy?” And the mother responds, “Yes dear.” [more…]

The “discontent brigade” plan a Glastonbury-style festival

by on February 16, 2018

Remain supporters are plotting a summer-long campaign including a Glastonbury-style festival and a dedicated mobile app to fight against Brexit.

Pro-European groups are coordinating their effort to sow discontent against the Government plan to deliver on the referendum vote. 

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Split between Michael Gove and Boris Johnson … latest

by on February 16, 2018

Fears are growing among pro-Leavers that a split between Michael Gove and Boris Johnson could result in the Cabinet balance tipping in favour of a soft Brexit.

Gove and Johnson, who campaigned together for Vote Leave, are at odds over regulatory alignment, with the environment secretary understood to increasingly favour a closer relationship after Brexit. [more…]

Avocado toast and Snapchat pics aren’t all millennials are about, and these ten success stories help prove that

by on February 16, 2018

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New campaign – Cleaning up the carnage – Direct Line

New campaign – Cleaning up the carnage – Direct Line

by on February 16, 2018

New ‘Fast Response’ campaign promotes latest Home Insurance offering

Direct Line have launched its ‘Fast Response’ campaign to promote its new Home proposition, which will see action within 24 hours to help customers deal with devastation to the home following a severe leak.

An extension of the previous Home campaign (Emergency Plumber), Fast Response shows how Direct Line is invested not only in handling claims for damage done, but also in helping customers in the worst situations execute an action plan to deal with the aftermath of the water damage. [more…]

A step-by-step guide to how to get more views in YouTube

A step-by-step guide to how to get more views in YouTube

by on February 15, 2018

YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world after Google.

People like it, a lot. It is a channel widely used to promote, entertain, and educate those who use it and has roughly about 22 million visits monthly with the average duration being 40 minutes per session. [more…]

Research : The polls are giving the Conservatives hope, but Jeremy Corbyn’s not worried

Research : The polls are giving the Conservatives hope, but Jeremy Corbyn’s not worried

by on February 15, 2018

Under Ed Miliband, the Labour Party’s private polling – particularly surveys that reflected poorly on the leader – was restricted to a small circle of intimates who worried about it intensely in private and dismissed it in public.

Under Jeremy Corbyn, the distrust of polling is sincere. The Labour leader has never liked market research or focus groups, and his aversion to both was only bolstered by the general election campaign in 2017, not least because the party’s own pollster, BMG Research, called the result wrong. [more…]