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http://metro.co.uk/2...by-fox-4026864/

Little Ava was fast asleep as the incident unfolded, on the fourth floor of the family's £1.5million home near Clapham Common.

And one might ask what relevance does the property value have to the story? (or many other newspaper articles too)

Must be a quiet news data - it could be summarised as "Left back door open and animal wonders in"

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And one might ask what relevance does the property value have to the story? (or many other newspaper articles too)

Must be a quiet news data - it could be summarised as "Left back door open and animal wonders in"

And they took a photo of the animal rather than just shooing it out...

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No photo = no cash from newspaper for story

No !!

" Ms Williams described the discovery as having unfurled ‘pure terror’ upon her but was ‘too shocked’ at the time to be frightened and instead acted on pure adrenaline."

:rolleyes:

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No !!

" Ms Williams described the discovery as having unfurled ‘pure terror’ upon her but was ‘too shocked’ at the time to be frightened and instead acted on pure adrenaline."

:rolleyes:

Ah, the fight/flight/call newspaper reaction. We've all had it.

Perhaps she found a Foxtons licking her baby. Now that's a story.

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All this hysteria about foxes but the domestic dog kills and injures more people. Animals can be dangerous and growing up on farm taught me that, Even magpies and crows will quickly take advantage of a baby in a pram just the same as they will attack an injured or sick lamb.

Foxes are not evil, they are not vermin, they are just another animal trying to survive in our built up environment....if anything we should feel sorry for them,

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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