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In Britain, 47% of households with a cat have at least one person educated to degree level, compared to 38% of homes with dogs. The Veterinary Record, February 2010

Half of Turkey’s 400 or so murders a year are “honour killings.” Guardian, 4th February 2010

The 2010 Super Bowl had an average of 106.5m viewers—beating the US record for a television audience previously set by the final episode of M*A*S*H in 1983. New York Times, 8th February 2010

More than 4,400 people were caught cheating in last year’s GCSEs and A-levels in England, Wales and Northern…

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