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  1. 22 Oct ’14 at 10:41 pm

    In the buff on Naked calendars are mostly OK

    So I went into Yourshop to see these naked calenders for myself only to be dissapointed that they don’t actually sell anything like this. Why did you choose to use their logo and not Boots or WHSmiths? Was it because these two would sue the pants off (get it?) you and your paper or was it simply because an SU run shop was an easier target less likely to cause a fuss? Either way its lousy and poor form.

  2. 22 Oct ’14 at 8:22 pm

    Anonymous on Review: Annabelle

    Annebell looks very scary as my friends dad has watched it by I haven’t

  3. 22 Oct ’14 at 7:32 pm

    dannykreft on Tom Fennelly: My shit week so far

    Mature beyond your years.

  4. 22 Oct ’14 at 5:08 pm

    Lee Ysing on Say “bello” to the flaws of the internet age

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  5. 22 Oct ’14 at 4:12 pm

    Really? on Societies slam Give It A Go management

    The main week colleges do not get a break and work harder than ever and the self important societies still manage to make it all about themselves.

  6. 22 Oct ’14 at 12:52 pm

    Robert Ndawula on Will Oscar Pistorius ever recover?

    Amazing Article, great analysis, a big thanks to the Author, Lewis Hill.

  7. 22 Oct ’14 at 10:26 am

    Justin Timberlake on Did regional inaction over Syria ferment deeper regional crisis?

    This article seems like an Orwellian re-write of history, you explicitly suggest that Britain and America have only very recently got involved with Syria. Where on earth did you get that from? http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/08/01/us-usa-syria-obama-order-idUSBRE8701OK20120801 That is in the Summer of 2012…
    It is well known that The West’s funding and training of Syrian rebel groups has been going on for years now and that it has (unsurprisingly) hugely exacerbated the civil war and helped spawn some particularly nasty terrorist groups. To suggest the West has only just got involved because of ISIS is just laughable!

  8. 22 Oct ’14 at 12:57 am

    An Indian on Kashmir: The open wound in Indo-Pakistani History

    Ha ha ha ha. Indian state terrorism? Nice joke. First understand that Kashmir problem is a left over stuff from British colonization. And even now your country men go around killing people in other countries. You would have killed much more people in Afganistan, Iraq, etc., compared to what is happening in Kashmir. So put your house in order before giving your free advice to Indians.

  9. 21 Oct ’14 at 11:50 pm

    Tony Baccus on Kashmir: The open wound in Indo-Pakistani History

    Good article. Really nailed the sham that is India’s illegal occupation of Kashmir.
    When will the world /UN wake up to the atrocities? Indian state terrorism needs to be nipped in the bud. India has lost any credibility since they elected a guy who perpetrated genocide against his citizens in 2002.

  10. 21 Oct ’14 at 11:27 pm

    Pooned In on Vanbrugh’s porter shortage needs examination

    Vanbrugh JCRC could cancel free sport and fund it themselves.

  11. 21 Oct ’14 at 11:20 pm

    Jenny on Vanbrugh’s porter shortage needs examination

    The author clearly doesn’t understand how some students struggle financially enough without contributing another £300 for a few parcels and a shorter walk when locked out.

  12. 21 Oct ’14 at 10:40 pm

    Mark Herbert on Kashmir: The open wound in Indo-Pakistani History

    Marie Poupinel has no idea what she is writing about. The only thing I will give her credit, is her use of bombastic words. Terrible article !

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