Marie Law is the author of 12 news items.
Winnie the Pooh to Sexually Confused for Kids! Winnie the Pooh it would seem has evoked an heated argument amongst officials in Poland who aired their concern that the cute yellow bear was a bad role model for children. Winnie The Pooh in The Dog House Poor Pooh it would seem is not an acceptable […]
Police have been called to calm crowds in some stores across the UK as Black Friday takes hold of shoppers sense and sensibilities across Britain. As shoppers scramble for bargains it’s all good economic news for the retailers Black Friday on Britain’s high street is expected to bring a £200m Christmas bonus for retailers. High […]
The European Space Mission has successfully landed a probe on a moving Comet some 300 million miles away from Earth The 25 year project came to fruition after a tense 7 hour wait to hear a transmission from the Philae probe. Mission control erupted into cheers and tears of joy as a signal reached Earth […]
The Rosetta mission will be a first for the human race as the European space mission tries to land a robot on a comet some 510 million km away (300 million miles) from Earth. Rosetta took off in 2004 taking 10 years to reach the comet known as 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The Rosetta satellite will release Philae […]
What’s not to love about penguins and it would seem the department store John Lewis agrees This years John Lewis Christmas advertisement is to feature Monty the penguin. The TV ads from the famous department store are becoming a traditional part of the Christmas celebration here in the UK. It’s as ceremonious with Christmas as […]
Guarantee demanded by Treasury Chief Secretary Danny Alexander Over concerns Petrol Price remains high when oil prices are low We’ve often heard Americans complain about fuel prices in the US, but if they saw the price of petrol here in the UK something tells me you would be bringing them round with smelling salts. The […]