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Frankie Howerd on Margaret Thatcher

Funny story: Frankie Howerd on Margaret Thatcher

Well. Here we are. Here we, ooh, no. Ooh. Ah. Ooh, I don't know where to put meself. Don't know which way to turn tonight. Yes, Missus, you've been there, haven't you? Hmm? You've felt my predicament. Look, now don't start. Shut your mouth. Oh, the riff raff we get in here. But ooh. Ah. No. Don't. Hasn't it been a hard winter? It's been a hard winter. And it's not over yet, I can tell you. Ooh,...

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Professor Green, Elton John And Queen Star At Centre Of Rock Heirarchy Row

Funny story: Professor Green, Elton John And Queen Star At Centre Of Rock Heirarchy Row

Some of Britain's top pop and rock stars are at the centre of a row over heirarchy following publication of a letter about music piracy in a national newspaper. The letter to the Daily Telegraph is signed by pop mogul Simon Cowell, Roger Daltrey a...

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Paying cash in hand is 'diddling the country', says HMRC's boss

Funny story: Paying cash in hand is 'diddling the country', says HMRC's boss

In an interview with The Daily Torygraph, Dave Hartnett says that householders have a duty to ensure that other people do not evade paying their share of tax. Paying a builder or cleaner in cash, allowing them to evade VAT or income tax, will result...

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Telegraph Comes out Against Cameron

Funny story: Telegraph Comes out Against Cameron

The august right wing newspaper the Daily Telegraph has come out criticising the Prime Minister David Cameron for inappropriate behaviour in allowing Andy Coulson into his bedchamber. 'Although we are sure Cameron is normal' the Telegraph stated '...

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Daily Telegraph told it should not have taped Cable

Funny story: Daily Telegraph told it should not have taped Cable

The Daily Telegraph faced a political storm today when it was told, in no uncertain terms, that it should not have taped Cable. In a harsh letter to the Royalbankofscotland Brothers, recluse multimillionaire owners of the newspaper, who live tax-f...

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Meryl Streep As Thatcher Has Hospitals On alert

Funny story: Meryl Streep As Thatcher Has Hospitals On alert

Hospitals and ambulance services throughout the country were on red alert today following the publication of pictures of Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep on the front pages of national newspapers. Ms Streep was photographed in her latest role as...

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X Factor Coverage Continues - Heads Explode

Funny story: X Factor Coverage Continues - Heads Explode

Hospitals around the country were again reporting cases of exploding heads today as coverage of TV talent show The X Factor continued in the British press. Leeds General Infirmary reported three cases before 8.30am, Charing Cross in West London ha...

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Daily Telegraph giving away free mincepies. Spoof to go 'one better'

Funny story: Daily Telegraph giving away free mincepies. Spoof to go 'one better'

So, the Daily Telegraph is giving away free delicious mincepies with proof of purchase of the newspaper. God they must be desperate for sales. Rather cheeky when you think about it, as they often steal our Spoofs to pad their paper. Well, I have come up with a much better idea. The Spoof will be giving away free stories. 'So what's the difference - we do that now?' you ask. The difference...

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Tory broadsheet ready for Queen's RIP

Funny story: Tory broadsheet ready for Queen's RIP

London - (Dead-as-a-Dodo Mess): The Daily Torygraph is preparing readers for the Queen's imminent death by putting a big black border around its online edition pages. "We've seen the portents in The Spoof website," royal humbug editor Percy Snodgr...

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