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Post by hiigarar on 14th October 2010, 02:45

I well diden't like the ad, i am a smoker. )))) But great paper!
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Post by Liberater444 on 14th October 2010, 05:09

yeah great work!
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Post by Thomas on 14th October 2010, 17:39

Thanks everyone for the comments!
That advert is an NHS one from a year or so ago that shocked a lot of people. The TV version shows people being dragged around by the hook, it's actually quite disturbing.

I think it actually does shock smokers, and that's the idea. The Mutua (NHS) has really invested a lot of money in anti-smoking and quitting publicity over the course of the last few years. Despite this, Cattala still has low legal age for smoking.

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Post by Forsma on 24th October 2010, 20:57

Tax cut? Like Arcacia?
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Post by Thomas on 24th October 2010, 21:04

It's much more extensive than Arcacia's. We've lowered the tax rates sharply for most bands, all of them except the highest band, and raised the tax threshold more.

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Post by Blakeway4 on 24th October 2010, 21:19

looks like the same graph as Dan's graph...
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Post by Thomas on 24th October 2010, 21:39

It's the same graph maker, he sent me a link.

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Post by Kevin on 4th November 2010, 03:09

Nice newspaper! I like the portrait of Nick Clegg on the left Laugh
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Post by Forsma on 4th November 2010, 03:30

Nice newspaper!
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Post by Thomas on 4th November 2010, 17:09

Thank you 976!

Wait a second Kevin... please tell me you didn't say that Nick Clegg was the Prime Minister? :sleepy:
(Neil, are you reading this too? Nick Clegg has seized power! Cheeky/Razz )

How do you even know that Nick Clegg is a member of the Government anyway? He's barely recognised in Britain, let alone globally!
(Although America don't know who the actual PM is...)


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Post by Blakeway4 on 4th November 2010, 17:38

Thomas wrote:
(Although America don't know who the actual PM is...)


Man, it's easy, it's Daniel Craig! Laugh
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Post by Spy9600 on 5th November 2010, 00:25

Keep that format! looks great! Smile
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Post by Kevin on 5th November 2010, 11:46

Well... I'm surprised the British don't even know there was a coup de etat in their own country :LOL!:

The real PM is David Cameron, people Smile

EDIT: BTW, both of them look similar, at least to me Wink
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Post by Thomas on 5th November 2010, 16:39

The British media is controlled by Murdoch, so if the Tories leave power it wouldn't be reported by News Corp.

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Post by Aleks on 5th November 2010, 18:09

Ahh, thats the same reason you hear nothing about obama in the US. it it isnt good, they dont need to know. unless its about a republican.
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Post by Thomas on 5th November 2010, 18:12

LOL. No, BskyB tries to be "independent" of Murdoch, but the stigma is still there. The UK's Murdoch monopoly isn't as big as the American one - but it worries us more.

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Post by Blakeway4 on 8th November 2010, 21:59

Ouch Thomas, you're destroying my lovely CoA Sad But great articles anyway!
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Post by Thomas on 9th November 2010, 16:44

Thank you Julien. And yes, the coat of arms was defaced by the Daily Telegraph, with an image of one of Cattala's leading bishops.

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Post by Thomas on 9th December 2010, 20:53


Cattala to take "central role in EDA" as rumours of a Pan-Continental Pact emerge

The Government has confirmed that it plans to make the European Defence Alliance a centrepiece of its foreign policy in 2011 despite analysts predict the EDA could fall apart within months, if the rumours of an Atlantic military alliance prove correct. Sources close to the Foreign Ministry have said that discussions about a Pan-Continental Pact are "going well" and could mean that nations outside of continental Europe become major players in the regions defence policy. Experts told the Daily Telegraph that the European Defence Alliance will become "obsolete" if a PCP is signed, and fear that Cattala would become less influential if superpowers like the Atlantic Federation and Shushtrepistaz, the two most powerful AIN nations, are included in any military alliance. Cattala's Govt. has already shown it's keenness for improved relations with both nations, having invested in solar energy in Shushtrepistaz and purchased military arms from Galbadia, a neighbour of the Atlantic Federation in the Veratlantian Archipelago.

Government to push for News Corp ban

Sky Cattala's former owners News Corporation could face a 5-year broadcasting ban in Cattala due to it's "selfish" and "arrogant" sale of the now-nationalised broadcaster. In 2008 the New York-based media conglomerate attempted to close a loss-making Sky Cattala, and send just 10% of its employees to SKY Italia, who would expand into the Cattalian market. However the Government intervened and nationalised all of Sky Cattala, effectively seizing the business to prevent it going bankrupt. Now Lord Monete, who led the purchase, is planning to ban any News Corporation-controlled broadcasters from broadcasting in Cattala.
"Experts have argued for years that this would be impossible." argues Dr Ryan Freemason, a media analyst. "However since Sky Cattala has a near-monopoly over the satellite television network, and is Government owned, now is probably the only opportunity Lord Monete will get to prevent Fox or Sky Italia from broadcasting to a large enough audience to make it profitable." News Corporation refused an interview, but CBC (a rival network in Cattala) revealed Sky Italia sources believed this was "an attempt to create a state monopoly over the media" and could harm Mediterranean growth severely.

Cattalian Catholic Church to expand adoption service and push for abortion to be made illegal

Sources from within the C.C.C. have confirmed that the national Church is to open more adoption clinics in urban centres and will invest £10m in improving its adoption services. The Church is a leading adoption agency within the country, and last year alone 24,000 children were given to the Church; a rise of 3,000. The Cattalian Catholic Adoption Service promises to protect the anonymity of mothers and raises children in a state-of-the-art facility until a new home can be found for the child. It has been praised in the past for being "progressive-minded" and "devoted to its children".
However more controversially, the Church's most senior bishops, the Divine Order, has decided to support the anti-abortion campaign group AdoptionNotAbortion in its aim to get abortion outlawed. The Church has always encouraged mothers who are not prepared to raise their child to not abort it, but to find it a "safe, loving new home". However now it wants the Government to make abortions harder to get, and wants those who become pregnant underage to be given further guidance and free counselling sessions, as well as post-natal education assistance.
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Post by Thomas on 10th December 2010, 20:20



The last three minor stories are very important for the AIN.
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Fears of immigration rise from the Eurozone

A report issued today by the Immigration Office is warning of a rise in immigration, especially from Greece, caused by the eurozone crisis. The Conservative Government has promised to reduce immigration, from a peak of 70,000 in 2001, and has consistently managed this by tightening immigration rules with the EU and deporting illegal immigrants immediately. Cattala has been criticised in the past for having strict immigration law. However the report warns that immigration from struggling continental nations could rise sharply next year, especially if the economy continues to grow faster than the Eurozone.

RMi claims ratings victory

Royal Media International has won the rating war this Christmas, with six of the ten most viewed programmes being broadcast on the terrestrial channel. CBC managed to break the 2 million viewers mark only once, whereas RMi had three shows breaking the landmark figure. Media analysts have said that RMi gained a record number of Sicilian viewers this year, meaning they won the ratings battle. RMi was relaunched on Christmas Day, from its former name of Sky Cattala. Despite a small number of job cuts, the Government has managed to preserve as much as the once-commercialised broadcaster as possible, including lucrative sports and movie channels.

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