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Daily Review: flesh eating maggots, sexist mp’s and Brit’s abroad

School maybe out for summer but the biggest bunch of unruly kids are still in session. Dressed in a leopard print outfit, former Welsh secretary Cheryl Gillan had to put up with her colleagues making claw gestures and purr’ing whilst she was trying to ask David Cameron about plans for the controversial HS2 high-speed rail line. THIS is your government people…proud?

Feeling a bit too happy because the sun is shining? Well, the independent want to suspend that happiness for a few moments whilst you read the truly horrifying account of: ‘A writhing mass of flesh-eating maggots‘ After doctors find larvae inside British woman’s ear after she complained of headaches and bizarre scratching sounds inside her head.

British holiday makers are now starting to make an effort when abroad. Instead of being the lobster coloured, drunken mess that we’re usually associated with, a new survey from Travel Supermarket suggests that we’re learning languages and getting in to the culture of the country we’re in. Although Brits ranked words such as ‘Thank you’, ‘Please’, and ‘Excuse me’  ‘Beer,’ ‘Wine’, ‘Beach’, or ‘Bill’ the most important.

Jeff Randall to leave Sky News role, after 6 years he will will quit his business show next summer when his contract expires. “My show has worked well and my contract runs until the end of 2015, but I will be 60 next year and there are plenty of things that I want to do next,” said Randall, a former editor-at-large of the Daily Telegraph and ex-BBC business editor.

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Written by Rachael

As well as being Editor here at The Spin Alley, Rachael is also a freelance journalist and blogger covering lifestyle, travel, culture, entertainment, media and online life for online and print publications.

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