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If Europe were to eliminate nuclear generated electricity and revert to fossil fuel power, the extra greenhouse gases created would be equal to doubling the number of cars on the road. [Prospect, page 24]

Four out of ten people will meet their husbands and wives at work. [Management Today, February 1999]

In 1882, there were 268 “designated ancient monuments” in Britain. Today there are 12,900. [Theatres of Memory, Raphael Samuel]

To cover the ?1.25m cost of his January visit to Mexico, the Pope had 25 official sponsors, including Pepsi. [The Independent, 23rd January 1999]

In Britain, 93 per cent…

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