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UKIP party booked for stand up comedy at Apollo theatre

Funny story: UKIP party booked for stand up comedy at Apollo theatre

An electable laugh filled political party is in the final stages of formation with Boris Johnson and the UKIP party at its core. Trial comedy press releases will be held at the Apollo theatre, with side splitting faux passes by each member of the UKI...

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English Parliament to Criminalize the Celebration of Christmas by Welfare Claimants

Funny story: English Parliament to Criminalize the Celebration of Christmas by Welfare Claimants

There will be no dreaming of a white trash Christmas on the council estate or the trailer park for benefit claimants from 2016 if the Government succeed in passing a law to prohibit the celebration of Christmas by those in receipt of welfare revealed...

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Guardian type hard drive extermination program goes planetary

Funny story: Guardian type hard drive extermination program goes planetary

Destruction of Snowden-data hard drives at Guardian offices, revealed yesterday, is the beginning of a much wider program to eliminate not only related leak-data but any references to, or recollections of, the man and the name Snowden. According t...

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Cameron rebuked by OBR for quoting the fairies he is away with

Funny story: Cameron rebuked by OBR for quoting the fairies he is away with

After a complaint from the independent Office for Budget Responsibility yesterday, the Coalition has sought to disprove that David Cameron said that black was white and misquoted the OBR. A Coalition spokesman today made it 'absolutely clear' that Mr Cameron has not been telling any lies, fibs or porkies, but merely adhering to a new Coalition lexicon to standardise political statements. T...

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Government to Help Workers Boost Earnings by Sending Them Text Messages

Funny story: Government to Help Workers Boost Earnings by Sending Them Text Messages

Under new plans from The Department of Work and Pensions, part-time workers could receive monthly statements telling them how much better off they would be if they increased their hours. They could also be sent texts telling them that working mor...

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France start military action against Mail

Funny story: France start military action against Mail

France have today started to deploy troops against The Mail group of newspapers. The French President François Hollande released a statement this morning: "We have deployed troops to finally deal with the menace of 'The Mail'. For over a hundred year...

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New Road-Building scheme to be financed by Road-Toll fees

Funny story: New Road-Building scheme to be financed by Road-Toll fees

David Cameron has given his backing to a new Road-Building scheme to be financed by Road Toll fees. This is part of the Coalitions refreshed programme for government. A feasibility study produced by the DfT (Department for Transport) is being formulated as announced by Chancellor George Osborne in his December Statement. Our Political reporter Bartholomew Utterswaithe, just back from his on...

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Government to send long term sick abroad

Funny story: Government to send long term sick abroad

Health secretary Jeremy Hunt today announced plans for the government to send the long term sick and those who are still classified disabled to mainland Europe and the USA. "We have struck a deal with two pharmaceutical companies." Mr Hunt told t...

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Selected Political News for W/E 5th August 2012 + comments

Funny story: Selected Political News for W/E 5th August 2012 + comments

Monday 30th July 2012 Topic: Benefits Headline: Source: The Sun Extract: 900,000 Brits have been on the sick for more than ten years - with hundreds claiming cash for obesity, headaches and even ACNE. And there are virtually no checks to see whether the 885,100 people who have received incapacity benefit for a decade still need it. The figure includes 22,640 alcoholics and drug...

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Coalition Government At Odds Over Whose Turn It Is To Do The Washing Up

Funny story: Coalition Government At Odds Over Whose Turn It Is To Do The Washing Up

First it was a squabble over who hadn't flushed the toilet, then disagreements over what sort of coffee to buy and unimportant stuff like House of Lords reform. Now the coalition government is at odds over whose turn it is to wash the pots. Th...

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Selected Political News for W/E 21st July 2012 - with comments

Funny story: Selected Political News for W/E 21st July 2012 - with comments

Monday 16th July 2012 Topic: Tony Blair - Politics "Tony Blair announces that he would be returning to British politics" Source: Express Extract: Blair announced that he would be returning to British politics last night to contribute to Labour policy as an adviser. The former Prime Minister, who was attending an event alongside Labour leader Ed Miliband announced that he would contribute to a...

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Cameron Accused Of Offering 'Jam Tomorrow' Over Europe

Funny story: Cameron Accused Of Offering 'Jam Tomorrow' Over Europe

David Cameron is facing renewed backbench disquiet over the European Union after he tried and failed to satisfy Conservative demands for a referendum. Conservative MPs warned that the prime minister had not gone far enough by declaring that he wou...

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Not Again! 'No Child Left Behind' Issue Pops Up as Miriam Clegg Leaves DPM Behind as He Shops for new Dyson

Funny story: Not Again! 'No Child Left Behind' Issue Pops Up as Miriam Clegg Leaves DPM Behind as He Shops for new Dyson

Yet nother embarrassment for the Coalition as Spoof News stinger Aphrodite can now reveal that the haughty wife of Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg lost her patience whilst the DPM was shopping for a new vac at Harrods earlier this week, storming ou...

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Selected Political News for W/E: 20th May 2012

Funny story: Selected Political News for W/E: 20th May 2012

Monday 14th May 2012 Topic: Terrorism - Crime - Olympics "London 2012: 'No specific' terror threat, says Minister Philip Hammond" Source: BBC News Extract: He said an elaborate military exercise carried out in London last week was to prepare for any threats that might arise in a dangerous world. The exercise included tests of air defence missile systems at six sites across London, using dummy...

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Selected Political News for W/E: 29th April 2012

Funny story: Selected Political News for W/E: 29th April 2012

Sunday 22nd April 2012 Topic: George Osborne "George Osborne is to spend 12 months talking to charities about the impact of his tax on donations!" Source: The People Extract It is the first sign the Chancellor is prepared to back down over the controversial move to cap tax ­relief on giving. "I want to sit down with the charities, get it right, and make sure they are ­protected," he said whil...

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David Cameron - Should We Trust Him? - Here are the facts: You Decide!

Funny story: David Cameron - Should We Trust Him? - Here are the facts: You Decide!

David Cameron aka "Big Dave" or "Lucien deFellatio Cameron" is the current horse-loving Chief Nepotist claiming to be in charge of what was once a British Nation. At a public ceremony costing millions he was given away at his wedding by Gordon Brown and currently in an enforced marriage to the delightful Nicola Clegg, from Liberaliera. He is the son of Margaret Thatcher and Prince Lucifer.

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40 One-liner views on Individual UK Politicians - old & new!

Funny story: 40 One-liner views on Individual UK Politicians - old & new!

(1) Ken Livingstone "I don't think he is a fool: but what's my opinion compared to that of millions of others!" (2) Nick Clegg "His supporters would follow him anywhere... mostly out of morbid curiosity!" (3) Ed Miliband "He doesn't let his mind wander - it's far too small to be let out on its own!" (4) Theresa May "When she opens her mouth, it seems that it is only to change feet!"...

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'The Human Brain Rewrites "Boring" Speech', Claims Study

Funny story: 'The Human Brain Rewrites "Boring" Speech', Claims Study

The human brain has the ability to make even the most boring stories vivid and entertaining, a leading brain scientist claims. This is because the brain's 'inner voice' can talk over even the most tedious speaker, according to Professor Jens Convo...

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