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Funny story: How do We Improve Our Prisons?

How do We Improve Our Prisons?

"UK Prison Reform. A serious issue that needs to be taken seriously." (BBC London. 19/05/2016) Some suggestions. 1. Daily full body massages. 2. Freely available prostitutes. 3. Boxing stadiums. 4. Regular visiting entertainers like Rolf Harris or Boris Johnson. 5. Comprehensive menu prepared by Gordon Ramsay. 6. Wine, spirits and beer available with all meals. 7. Prescr...
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Funny story: Whippingdale to become BBC Boss

Whippingdale to become BBC Boss

John Whippingdale, Government Minister for Art, Culture & Sport has decided he should become the next Govorner General of the BBC, which is to be rename Whips Wonderful Corporation (WWC). In a move which is likely to upset some employees at th...
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Funny story: BBC Training Manual Leaked

BBC Training Manual Leaked

A whistleblower has released an excerpt from a training manual used by the BBC to train 'News' broadcasters. Headed the "TEN KEY POINTS FOR ALL BROADCASTERS" it makes for disturbing reading. It reads as follows: 1: Never ever question what you, the newscaster, are expected to read. If you do, you question your employer, the BBC. And that can get you into trouble. Ask David Icke. Think of yourse...
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Funny story: BBC World News April 2016

BBC World News April 2016

BARBARA: "Following the doctors' strike a man in Croydon had to have his leg removed when an ingrowing toenail turned septic. After receiving an epidural, a woman in Epping gave birth to deformed triplets. In Madrid, a man was shot dead during a botched supermarket robbery. While in Riga Latvia, a woman making an emergency phone call concerning the accidental death of her Pooch had her bag s...
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Funny story: Bookmakers Open Betting on Savile Inquiry

Bookmakers Open Betting on Savile Inquiry

NB:The following was written one day before Tony Blackburn got it in the neck from the Beeb. The Chief CEO at Chapbrooks betting firm is a retired army major. Our sports reporter at "U-R-FKD" magazine called around to see him to explain Chapbrooks...
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Funny story: Putin Denies Saville Cover Up

Putin Denies Saville Cover Up

President Putin of Russia has vehemently denied that he knew anything about Jimmy Saville's activities in the Kremlin when he was hosting 'Top of the Pops'. Our man in Moscow, Jonathon Weasel, tells us that the authorities maintain that lower rank...
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Funny story: Sticking Pins in Auntie

Sticking Pins in Auntie

The naughty children had a new games which Mummy and Daddy tolerated because it kept the nasty little brats happy. The children had found a delight in sticking pins in Auntie. The first pin was stuck deliberately into one of Auntie's eyes. She let...
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Funny story: BBC announce new radio station to hit the airwaves this year

BBC announce new radio station to hit the airwaves this year

The BBC have announced their plans for a brand new taxpayer-funded radio station to hit the British airwaves. The station, BBC Radio 0, will broadcast absolutely nothing but dead air 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. And the station's manager, Mar...
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Funny story: BBC beef up Job Application form to weed out perverts

BBC beef up Job Application form to weed out perverts

The BBC' s human resources department has admitted changing its job application form for the first time in 50 years. Wendy Attenborough, Head of HR, explained that the BBC set up a panel of Stake Holders in November last year, in light of paedophile...
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Funny story: Jeremy Clarkson sacking will bring about the end of the BBC!

Jeremy Clarkson sacking will bring about the end of the BBC!

LONDON, England: Today the death knell of the BBC has been rung! The sacking of Top Gear presenter, Jeremy Clarkson, will reap the whirlwind of people destroying their television sets! In what appears to be a move that will be an earth quake in...
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Funny story: Four Cups - Revamp of the Two Ronnie's famous sketch

Four Cups - Revamp of the Two Ronnie's famous sketch

In a memorable return the two Ronnies are featuring a new updated version of the famous Fork/Four Handles/Candles sketch. Television bosses think they have found the rejected tape which was turned down by BBC senior staff fearing a reduction of th...
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Funny story: Top Gear presenter swings left hook and gets banned

Top Gear presenter swings left hook and gets banned

Iconic British TV automobile show, Top Gear, has been hauled off the TV because it's main presenter swung a left hook at one of the team who produces the global hit week in week out (Rather out). Jeremy C, a rather controversial chap, who once dar...
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Funny story: And Here Are The News Headlines

And Here Are The News Headlines

"Ebola could yet spread to the West", warns Sierra Leone doctor. 8,000 dead so far in that region. Israel is on the brink of an all-out war with Lebanon's Hezbollah that may drag other regions in the Middle East into the conflict. North Korea t...
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Funny story: "BBC Licence Fee? Not in my backyard!" claims upper class man who can easily afford it

"BBC Licence Fee? Not in my backyard!" claims upper class man who can easily afford it

The BBC charges £145.50 to those that use it's services with funds going towards news coverage, educational content and entertainment, however not everybody is content - Christopher Fulford from Kent says "enough is enough". Mr Fulford,55, who own...
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Funny story: Britain's 5 most controversial comedians revealed

Britain's 5 most controversial comedians revealed

5. Kelly Potter Kelly Potter was the first woman to ever appear on a british comedy panel show all the way back in 2006 when she made an appearance on Never Mind The Buzzcocks. Potter shocked viewers by talking about her private parts - you know like men do, but it's much more offensive because shes a woman, which is far more shocking for some reason. Her style of humour often led to as many as...
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Funny story: Sarah Ferguson and Sarah Palin to Co-Host New Comedy Show

Sarah Ferguson and Sarah Palin to Co-Host New Comedy Show

London, England-Former Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson, and failed U.S. Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin, announced today that they would be co-hosting a serious documentary news show highlighting the roles of strong and powerful women of today...
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Funny story: BBC Sell County Cricket Programmes To U.S. To Break The Wills Of Terrorists

BBC Sell County Cricket Programmes To U.S. To Break The Wills Of Terrorists

BBC executives have negotiated the sell off, at massive gain for the Corporation, the complete archives of all county cricket matches to the U.S. Military. The tapes are to be used to replace "Waterboarding" as a means of cracking suspects' wills to...
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Funny story: Middle East Invades Wimbledon

Middle East Invades Wimbledon

Everyone was getting ill at Wimbledon. During a doubles match, the chair umpire asked Serena Williams whether she required a doctor on court, as she was having a problem holding a ball during a game partnered with her sister Venus. Serena eventually...
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