Euro 2012 Stock Market
In the aftermath of the Euros, we look at the movers, the shakers and the contract-breakers.
The Lemon Press predicts…Euro 2012
We cast our wry eye over this summer’s tournament in Poland-Ukraine.
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Category Archives: News
Come one, come all, as we gather for the sacred annual tradition of watching famous Europeans fight to the death Hunger Games style for the the Iron Throne and the honour of ruling all of Narnia (at least that’s what I think it is. They shouldn’t have let the American
Following an incident in a primary school where a pupil was injured when a triangle shaped flapjack was thrown at his eye, the shape “triangle” has been banned in the UK. The incident, which occurred last week in Essex, resulted in a young boy suffering from mild pain in his
Following hot on the heels of yesterday’s election of Jorge Mario Bergoglio as the 266th Pope, The Lemon Press has the insider scoop on just how the decision process was made. In a shock move, the Vatican has revealed exclusively to TLP that there has been a radical overhaul of
In a shocking move Pope Benedict XVI has announced he will be stepping down as manager of Catholic Church FC. Many fans will be upset about this decision, especially as this is the first time in over 600 years that a manager has retired from the team. “It’s even worse
Leicester Police end the investigation into Richard III's death after a long, fraught investigation.
It’s time for that favourite of American traditions: the Presidential Inauguration. It only comes every four years and marks the ultimate in rubbing it in the loser’s face. Thousands have gathered in Washington, DC, but since that is awfully far away and very cold, we’re going to just sit inside