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Funny story: DWP accused in Thatcher death

DWP accused in Thatcher death

A lowly clerk working in the Department of Work and Pensions was today accused of murdering Margaret Thatcher this morning, following the revelation that the former Prime Minister died after reading a letter from the clerk informing the Baroness that...
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Funny story: Doubling of old age care costs stirs shares in 'backhanded slaps' market

Doubling of old age care costs stirs shares in 'backhanded slaps' market

News that the families of millions of UK pensioners will be forced to pay twice as much for them to stay in a care home has seen stocks and shares in the mashed food and backhanded slap markets soar to unprecedented new heights. Market's across t...
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Funny story: Rioting Youths Deemed Too Employable By Department For Work And Pensions

Rioting Youths Deemed Too Employable By Department For Work And Pensions

The Honorable Symian Rench'Fister O.B.E, D.C.O, G.I.T, Senior Secretary at the Department for Works and Pensions. Broke away from official governmental policy today. Stating at a press conference, that the recent spate of civil disorder in Britain ha...
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