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1 HOUR AGO - The Guardian

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Kevin Bridges: ‘I prefer real to surreal’

He found TV fame young and, at 28, has already put his vices behind him. Now the comic has austerity Britain in his sights“I was watching stuff on DMT.” Kevin Bridges is explaining what he was up to last night. It should be stressed that he was not actually under the influence of the ridiculously powerful hallucinogenic, rather learning about ...

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6 HOURS AGO - Seattle Times

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‘Pickup artist’ from U.S. denied entry to angry Britain

Amid an outcry over Julien Blanc’s dating tips, which some say verge on rape promotion, and an online petition with more than 150,000 signatures, the British government barred the California man from entering the country.

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8 HOURS AGO - New York Times

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After Outcry, Britain Bars ‘Pickup Artist’ From Entering

After a public outcry over his abusive techniques, the British government refused to grant a visa to Mr. Blanc, a 25-year-old American.

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9 HOURS AGO - The Guardian

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When your breakfast goes viral: the prettiest fry-ups in Britain

It started by accident: one perfect, symmetrical breakfast for two. Four hundred cappuccinos and a huge Instagram following later, the man behind Symmetry Breakfast shares his favourite photos• Symmetry Breakfast in pictures• Send us your symmetrical breakfasts – tweet @guardianweekend or email weekend@theguardian.comOne sunny spring day last year, Michael Zee made breakfast for Mark van Beek, his boyfriend of two ...

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9 HOURS AGO - The Independent

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Postcard from... Brussels

People across Britain are already accustomed to their shopping bills being a few pence more expensive if they forget their reusable supermarket bag. And yesterday all other nations across the European Union signed up to legislation to introduce similar measures, as part of a drive to drastically reduce the number of plastic bags in circulation by 2025.

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