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"I believe she'd still be totally up in arms about the horrific statistics 20 years on - one child dying every 3 seconds, unnecessarily, of the results of extreme poverty. Dying simply because they're born poor." The white band worn at the end of the programme is the symbol of the Make Poverty History campaign.

It is then that the reality of everything hits her, and wait till you see who is waiting there.

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The rules may vary by event, but the general idea is that men and women sign up for the event, held in a bar or a club, the men move down the line of women (or from table and table), and you have a limited amount of time (say 1, 3, or 5 minutes) to figure out if the person is worth getting to know better before time runs out and it's time to switch.

Participants don't personally exchange or solicit any contact information; you turn a list of names/id numbers into the organizer, and if there's a mutual attraction, they'll connect you.

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Ideas are thrown into the air - how about renting the services of Mel Gibson for an hour - or perhaps a truck load of anti-ageing cream would be more suitable?