July 28, 2011 The designer who made the original stormtrooper suits for Star Wars wins a big court case. He's now free to make and sell replicas of the outfits, in Britain at least.
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Council officials seized Baby Gaga ice cream made from mothers' breast milk this week. Last week, The Icecreamists shop that makes and sells the ice cream posted a note that it was sold out of its supply.
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March 1, 2011 Ice cream containing mothers' breast milk has been confiscated from a London shop that caused a stir — and some long lines — when it introduced the product last week. Westminster Council officials say the flavor, dubbed Baby Gaga, must undergo testing to ensure it doesn't pose a health threat.
September 24, 2010 The United Kingdom has raised it's terror threat level from Irish nationalists. The head of MI-5 warns that they could strike the British mainland for the first time since 2001.
May 4, 2010 A British teen fights the ban on low-slung pants in court ... and wins.
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