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Pranksters nail easy-meat Palin
French ‘President’ Nicolas Sarkozy did one better than Pakistan’s Asif Ali Zardari yesterday when he told Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin that his wife is “so hot in bed” and praised a soft pornographic film in which someone impersonating Palin plays ...  | Read.. 
 
Saddam yacht set to be sold
The Iraqi government plans to sell a luxury yacht, moored off the French resort of Nice, that was one of many opulent treasures belonging to former dictator Saddam Hussein, a ...  | Read.. 
 
Christmas axed from Oxford
Council leaders in Oxford have decided to replace the word Christmas with Winter Light Festival from this year’s celebrations to make the series of events more “inc ...  | Read.. 
 
Polls give Obama a 6-point lead
Democrat Barack Obama’s lead over Republican rival John McCain firmed marginally to 6 points with support for both candidates steady before Tuesday’s US presidentia ...  | Read.. 
 
Saddam yacht set to be sold
Glued to toilet
Not in soup
Gay ire
Liquor rap
Licence to kill and sell too
He is known for his licence to kill, but James Bond has now, it seems, been issued with a licen..  | Read.. 
In crisis, a few Brownie points
The current economic crisis has allowed one politician to come back from the dead — British Pri..  | Read..