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Ed Miliband and David Cameron have had a light-hearted clash in the Commons over recent revelations that the PM signed off text messages to Rebekah Brooks with the message "LOL", which he thought had meant "lots of love".
This single includes just the right balance of light-hearted, jaunty guitars and catchy lyrics sang in delightfully northern tones.
A BBC spokeswoman said: "Including Sweetie (Tian Tian) as one of the annual headline makers was a light-hearted addition to the list.
Swansea City chaplain Kevin Johns who has been writing light-hearted prayers to get the team to Wembley PICTURE: James Davies
The light-hearted questionnaire aims to find out if any generational differences exist in people's attitudes towards ghosts.
Dear Editor, Richard McComb in his light-hearted column (Succumbing to a hysterical desire to live out fantasy (Post, Sept 18), I must say left me with a somewhat bitter taste in my mouth.
The story is somewhat different than others in the series, but, after all, it is a Valentine's Day saga rather than a light-hearted mystery novel.
Making the lessons light-hearted, Taylour even refers to the multibillionaire Microsoft guru simply as Bill.
On July 30, however, The Times enlisted his comments for a light-hearted story on the "Senators-Only Elevator" at the U.
Featuring a light-hearted, easy-to-read, age-appropriate understanding of what happens in a divorce, Was It The Chocolate Pudding?
These games are meant to be seen in a light-hearted way and should be taken in this context.
From a dead 'peace duck' attached to a car which brings attention and respect where ever it roams to a journey to Disney World which proves less than magical, here's the perfect light-hearted take- along tote for vacation.