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The Daily Fix: Wednesday

More violence in Greece, the Healy-Rae row just isn’t going away, Full Tilt Poker halts play and…remember that Volkswagen Vadar commerical? There’s an update.

Catering Manager Gregg Smith (left) and Head of Catering James Gibbs smile, after breaking the current weight of 368.5 kg of the Guinness World Record for the biggest portion of chips ever served, at Adventure Island, Southend-on-Sea, Essex.
Catering Manager Gregg Smith (left) and Head of Catering James Gibbs smile, after breaking the current weight of 368.5 kg of the Guinness World Record for the biggest portion of chips ever served, at Adventure Island, Southend-on-Sea, Essex.
Image: Chris Radburn/PA Wire/Press Association Images

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  • And finally, remember that brilliant ‘Little Vader’ Volkswagen ad? It was pretty cute right? Greenpeace doesn’t think so. It’s launched a campaign suggesting Volkswagen has gone over the the dark side, complete with a parody video….

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