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Local people 'who wrecked Britain' and other links [07-10-08]

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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 09:32 UK time, Tuesday, 7 October 2008

Highlights and quick links to some of the stories and blogs we're following today using our shared reader [what's this?]

- Two local men named in list of those 'who wrecked Britain'
- Inside Denbigh Hospital
- Saunders' plea to Wrexham people
- Named: 48 Post Offices to close

Find out more here...

Two local men named in list of those 'who wrecked Britain' - Daily Mail
"We all have our own little list of them - the fools, knaves and vulgarians who have helped dumb down Britain and promote the trite and the tawdry in national life. Now, in a wonderful new book, the Mail's peerless sketchwriter Quentin Letts offers his own roll call of the 50 prime suspects he blames for wrecking our country."

22 Richard Brunstrom - North Wales Chief Constable [tag: Brunstrom]
23 Paul Burrell - Former Royal butler and Farndon florist [our Burrell profile]

Inside Denbigh Hospital - Evening Leader
The newspaper takes a tour of the crumbling landmark building and uploads the photos on

Saunders' plea to Wrexham people - BBC Sport | Wrexham
New manager Dean Saunders has issued a passionate plea to the people of Wrexham to roar their local football club back into the Football League. And fans reply on the BBC Sport 606 forum.

Named: 48 Post Offices to close - BBC News Local
BBC News Local lists the POs to close in our area and the Daily Post take a look wider afield.

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