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Hi honey, can you speak up before I run out of oxygen?

I wonder what the roaming charges were for British mountaineer Bob Baber when he called his wife from the top of Mount Everest and set a new world record. I agree with Neville that it was a very impressive piece of marketing by sponsors Motorola. Bob had little time to phone home as 15 minutes is the maximum time usually spent at the summit. Making the call was was very risky...
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The vicar, the loos and an unholy row

Tom Ambrose, a vicar from Trumpington, a parish on the edge of Cambridge,   could be ejected over his attempts to put modern loos in the 14th century church, a plan which has upset some parishioners who obviously have very strong and well controlled bowels. The poor man faces an ecclesiastical tribunal, one of a few to have been held in the last century. His legal fees could cost the...
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The missing – Lee Boxell

  The parents of Lee Boxell haven’t changed anything in his bedroom since the day he vanished from their lives in September 1988 when he was 15. He would be 34 now – and his broken hearted mother wonders if she has walked past him in the street and not recognised him. In their campaign, Lee’s family managed to break new ground for other missing children...
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