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Funny story: UK budget details in more detail

UK budget details in more detail

Details of the 2104 UK budget were released by the Government ahead of the Chancellor's statement. This is in an attempt to save people time and effort listening to the whole speech. The way income tax is collected will be changing. In an effort t...
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Funny story: Guillotine candidate George Osborne says "Let them eat Cake"

Guillotine candidate George Osborne says "Let them eat Cake"

Freezing pensioners who can't afford to shop anywhere else but Lidul have been subject to cake bombardment from George Osbornes Palace windows in Versailles, Knightsbridge. Cries of "Let them eat cake" have been heard from within. Media articles p...
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Funny story: Late UK budget details released

Late UK budget details released

Some of the finer details of the British budget that weren't previously announced by the Chancellor because he had to be home for lunch have now been released by the Treasury. It was confirmed that dead people will no longer qualify for pension re...
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Funny story: Government bring in tax on Gay Men

Government bring in tax on Gay Men

Chancellor George Osboring has put forward plans to tax Gay men. His new stealth tax will be brought into force in the next tax year without a commons vote. Mr Osboring said; "Gay men spend far to much money on curtains cushions rugs piercings and...
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Funny story: Bank of England Governor's letter to the Chancellor

Bank of England Governor's letter to the Chancellor

Following the announcement that CPI inflation in the UK in the 12 months to April was 4.5% per cent, the Bank has published a letter from the Governor to the Chancellor, as required by policy. The letter is reproduced below: Bank of England London EC2R 8AH The Rt Hon George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer HM Treasury 1 Horse Guards Road London SW1A 2HQ Dear Chancellor As you w...
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Funny story: Reporter Tries To Get Chancellor to Reveal Tactics

Reporter Tries To Get Chancellor to Reveal Tactics

George Wasborn, Chancellor of the Exchequer was interviewed today, by our unpaid reporter Inchcock Chambers, to try and get a true feeling for the nations flock, about the true intentions of the current Government. Inchcock was led to the office for the interview by a burly, earpiece wearing security guard, (who kept smiling and growling at him), and handed him over to Wasborn, sat behind a wal...
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Funny story: Nigeria ex-governor James Ibori 'freed on condition he will serve as Chancellor of the Exchequer'

Nigeria ex-governor James Ibori 'freed on condition he will serve as Chancellor of the Exchequer'

Nigerian political powerbroker James Ibori has reportedly been freed on bail in Dubai, where he was arrested on corruption charges, pending his acceptance of a position in the new British coalition Cabinet: Chancellor of the Exchequer. The former...
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Funny story: Budget 2009: Darling to cut up debts

Budget 2009: Darling to cut up debts

Alistair Darling is set to use the Budget to slice up the national debt, slash taxes and save the UK from recession. An early draft of the Budget speech leaked by the blog EveryOneLovesAlistair reveals taxes will be cut for all except legally defi...
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Funny story: Bank of England Cuts Interest Rate by 0.00% to Help Boost Economy

Bank of England Cuts Interest Rate by 0.00% to Help Boost Economy

The Bank of England has cut interest rates once again to help to encourage the economy to recover. The cut of 0.00% is seen as a way of cutting the base rate without it going down to zero and punishing lenders. All previous cuts to the interest r...
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Funny story: Chancellor sets RBS bonus limits to £350 million per branch manager

Chancellor sets RBS bonus limits to £350 million per branch manager

Chancellor Alastair Darling has announced that the government is limiting bonuses to branch managers of the Royal Bank of Scotland to £350 million each. And that bonuses would no longer be paid in backhanders and foreign holidays with Swiss financier...
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Funny story: Government to tax foreign people living abroad

Government to tax foreign people living abroad

The Government today announced a measure to get money flowing into the economy that doesn't involve more motoring stealth taxes. From tomorrow, any foreigners living abroad will be subject to a non-domiciliary tax at a rate of 1.5%. The Chancellor...
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Funny story: Chancellor predicts negative interest rate in the New Year

Chancellor predicts negative interest rate in the New Year

In a continued effort to stimulate the economy, the Chancer of the Exchequer has revealed that interest rates will more than likely become negative in the New Year. Speaking at the Annual Wheel Tappers and Shunters Club AGM, held in a Nissan hut a...
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Funny story: Chancellor cuts VAT rate to Zero

Chancellor cuts VAT rate to Zero

In a dramatic bid to stimulate the British economy, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Right Reverend Dr Lord Sutch has decided to make a decision and cut the rate of VAT to zero. Speaking from an orange crate on the corner of Hyde Park this mor...
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Funny story: New Recession Tax -SRT - announced

New Recession Tax -SRT - announced

The Chancellor has discovered a new stealth tax to lumber the Great British public with - a Special Recession Tax (or SRT). With the price of motor fuel reducing throughout the country - except, of course, at motorway service areas - the governm...
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Funny story: Chancellor realises the economy might be in trouble

Chancellor realises the economy might be in trouble

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt Hon Alistair Bloke, made the stark discovery earlier today that the economy might be in trouble. It appears he was listening to the Today programme on Radio 4 when the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, Ozz...
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Funny story: Letter to Chancellor Mr Dahling

Letter to Chancellor Mr Dahling

Dear Mr Dahling (sic) Trusting this letter finds you and the Government keeping well. One can only sit back and hope that the Exchequer enjoys the millions of pounds it receives each day from the Great British Motorist, who, as time marches on, becomes more and more disenfranchised with successive Governments. You may have ended 14 years of Tory rule the same (well approximately the same) nu...
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Funny story: New taxes announced by Chancellor

New taxes announced by Chancellor

In his pre, pre, pre-budget speech, the Chancellor of the Exchequer has announced a raft of new taxes aimed at taking his traditional vendetta against the motorist out of the spotlight.
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Funny story: No Bong Hits for Big Ben this Year!

No Bong Hits for Big Ben this Year!

In a shock report in 'Campanologists Weekly', it has been revealed that the famous 'Big Ben', used for well over a century to ring in the New Year will be silent.
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