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  • Spencers | Solicitors - Injury Auction Game

    For years, insurers have been selling personal injury cases to solicitors for ‘referral fees’, essentially a commission which lawyers must pay to represent individual claimants. In its worst guise, insurers conduct referral fee auctions amongst solicitors for bundles of cases. The ‘price tag’ of these case bundles is likely influenced by the degree of injuries sustained by specific cases, essentially putting people’s misery up for sale to the highest bidder. Play the auction game and help stop their disgraceful practices at Injuryauction.co.uk

  • Sneaky Skanking

    Check out sneakyskanking.com “Sneaky Skanking” (definition): performing a popular dance move known as ‘skanking’ - involving wild arm movements and on the spot running motions - behind an unsuspecting member of the general public.

  • Stig’s Supercar Showdown Wallpapers

    More of the Stig’s Supercar Showdown wallpapers Last month, Top Gear magazine put together a truly unprecedented selection of supercars on one of the world’s best driving roads: Italy’s Stelvio Pass. The fastest production ever, the Bugatti Veyron Supersport, in its first-ever performance car showdown. Ferrari’s new FF. The McLaren MP4-12C. Porsche’s finest ever 911: the GT3 RS 4.0. Jaguar’s new XKR-S. Ariel’s mental Atom Mugen. BMW’s new accessible thrill machine, the 1M Coupe. The Ford Mustang Boss Laguna Seca. The Zonda F. And a few more besides. Altogether, a combined value of £3,718,090 and 6,071bhp.

  • Afghanistan Women Ten Years After Military Intervention

    To highlight the 10th anniversary of US and British forces’ intervention in Afghanistan Action Aid recently carried out an extraordinary survey where 1,000 women from Afghanistan were polled to gain a rare insight into their opinions about living through the last ten years of war and the current reconciliation process with the Taliban. As part of the campaign, ActionAid is calling on the UK government and the international community to protect women who have defended women’s human rights in Afghanistan in the last ten years, to support women’s organisations with direct, long-term funding and to ensure that women’s voices and views are heard at the Bonn conference in December, where the international community will discuss Afghanistan’s future. For full details about the campaign, please visit: actionaid.org.uk/10yearson

  • Tax Doesn’t Have To Be Taxing - 40 Seconds Straight People’s Choice Nominee

    A 40 second animation makes the dreaded task of filling in your tax return both straightforward and easy to understand. Director: Sarah Randell The 40 Seconds Straight film competition saw Direct Line team up with Raindance to look for short films that take one of life’s many overly-complicated situations and make it straightforward. The brief was for original content that celebrates simplicity; depicting a life without the complications and confusion that most of us are only too familiar with. More information: http://www.directline.com/40secondsstraight/

  • Hot Air - 40 Seconds Straight People’s Choice Nominee

    A young woman is faced with a puncture while driving to a friend’s house. With the prospect of being late, she soon comes up with a simple way of fixing the problem. Director: Ian Harding The 40 Seconds Straight film competition saw Direct Line team up with Raindance to look for short films that take one of life’s many overly-complicated situations and make it straightforward. The brief was for original content that celebrates simplicity; depicting a life without the complications and confusion that most of us are only too familiar with. More information: http://www.directline.com/40secondsstraight/

  • Evolution - 40 Seconds Straight People’s Choice Nominee

    The evolution of the Earth and man is simplified in 40 seconds. Director: Theodore Divanis The 40 Seconds Straight film competition saw Direct Line team up with Raindance to look for short films that take one of life’s many overly-complicated situations and make it straightforward. The brief was for original content that celebrates simplicity; depicting a life without the complications and confusion that most of us are only too familiar with. More information: http://www.directline.com/40secondsstraight/

  • Carmen - 40 Seconds Straight People’s Choice Nominee

    The complex opera Carmen is simplified into a 40 second animation. Director: Jean-Pieree Jacquet The 40 Seconds Straight film competition saw Direct Line team up with Raindance to look for short films that take one of life’s many overly-complicated situations and make it straightforward. The brief was for original content that celebrates simplicity; depicting a life without the complications and confusion that most of us are only too familiar with. More information: http://www.directline.com/40secondsstraight/

  • How to Get Dumped - 40 Seconds Straight People’s Choice Nominee

    A fast-track solution to being dumped by your girlfriend. Director: Samuel Casserly The 40 Seconds Straight film competition saw Direct Line team up with Raindance to look for short films that take one of life’s many overly-complicated situations and make it straightforward. The brief was for original content that celebrates simplicity; depicting a life without the complications and confusion that most of us are only too familiar with. More information: http://www.directline.com/40secondsstraight/

  • Divorce Made Easy - 40 Seconds Straight People’s Choice Nominee

    A couple come up with a simpler solution to a potentially messy and costly divorce. Director: Khaliq Akbar The 40 Seconds Straight film competition saw Direct Line team up with Raindance to look for short films that take one of life’s many overly-complicated situations and make it straightforward. The brief was for original content that celebrates simplicity; depicting a life without the complications and confusion that most of us are only too familiar with. More information: http://www.directline.com/40secondsstraight/

  • Gone in 40 Seconds - 40 Seconds Straight People’s Choice Nominee

    A man makes getting out of the house in the morning a whole lot more straightforward. Directors: Benedict Smith and Daniel Wilby The 40 Seconds Straight film competition saw Direct Line team up with Raindance to look for short films that take one of life’s many overly-complicated situations and make it straightforward. The brief was for original content that celebrates simplicity; depicting a life without the complications and confusion that most of us are only too familiar with. More information: http://www.directline.com/40secondsstraight/

  • Countdown - 40 Seconds Straight People’s Choice Nominee

    A man wakes up in a windowless room to be confronted with a ticking time bomb in front of him. He has 40 seconds to work out how to diffuse it… Director: Jeff Lamb The 40 Seconds Straight film competition saw Direct Line team up with Raindance to look for short films that take one of life’s many overly-complicated situations and make it straightforward. The brief was for original content that celebrates simplicity; depicting a life without the complications and confusion that most of us are only too familiar with. More information: http://www.directline.com/40secondsstraight/

  • Rubik’s Cube - 40 Seconds Straight People’s Choice Nominee

    A young girl is faced with the challenge of completing a Rubik’s Cube until she thinks of a novel solution to the problem. Director: Francesca Sophia The 40 Seconds Straight film competition saw Direct Line team up with Raindance to look for short films that take one of life’s many overly-complicated situations and make it straightforward. The brief was for original content that celebrates simplicity; depicting a life without the complications and confusion that most of us are only too familiar with. More information: http://www.directline.com/40secondsstraight/

  • Bulmers No17 Experiments With Commuters

    What gets people talking on their commute? This summer, Bulmers are celebrating the launch of new Bulmers No17 cider by running a series of experiments across the country to get people talking. In our latest experiment, we got together with Metro and its readers to discover: ‘What gets people talking on their commute?’ Hundreds of experimenters across the country sent us some crazy ideas to test and here are the results. Watch part one of this experiment now to find out if ‘a mini orchestra’ gets commuters talking and join the experiments at http://www.facebook.com/bulmersuk?sk=app_214695541914061

  • Remix Aloe Blacc’s Track “Tonight Downtown”

    Following the huge success of Aloe’s global hit single, I Need A Dollar, which inspired many fans to make and share their own versions online, Tanqueray and Aloe Blacc are calling out to the public to do the same with his latest track, “Tonight Downtown.” Fans can use the original session files from the recording to create their own interpretations. Aloe Blacc will review all submissions and choose his favourite to be announced online. To make your own mix visit http://apps.facebook.com/gomix_live/?song_uuid=downtown01

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