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Funny story:  Michael Gove to star as "Chinless wonder" general in WW1 episode remake

Michael Gove to star as "Chinless wonder" general in WW1 episode remake

"You're doing it wrong" expert Michael Gove is to give young people a sense of patriotism and a correct outlook on WW1 history in a new remake of the final trench "over the top" episode of Black Adder. The episode will charter the life of ordinary pe...
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Funny story:  Gove Solves Series of Maths Problems

Gove Solves Series of Maths Problems

After failing to demonstrate an understanding of averages, Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove has defied critics by completing a series of maths problems, aimed at 4-5 year-old children. He added and subtracted with ease, and even tackled...
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Funny story:  Education Reforms

Education Reforms

An overhaul of GCSEs in England has been announced by Education Secretary Michael Gove in an attempt to raise standards to "compete with the best in the world". Mr Gove announced that the government was thinking of introducing an I-Level standard som...
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Funny story:  Street named after  Michael Gove

Street named after Michael Gove

Education Minister Michael Gove has had a street re-named after him in Gravesend. Michael Gove Grove is a quiet row of newly re-furbished houses recently occupied by newly-educated families and young people who have benefitted from Michael Gove's...
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Funny story:  Fart Emissions Offsetting Scheme Launched

Fart Emissions Offsetting Scheme Launched

A radical fart emissions offsetting scheme was launched yesterday in central London by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Education Minister Michael Gove. The prevention of fart fouling trading scheme or PFFTS was introduced to reduce fart emiss...
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Funny story:  Government reintroduce the Workhouse

Government reintroduce the Workhouse

George Osborne will today announce plans to limit the amount of children people who earn less than £40,000 a year can have. While he raises prescription charges for the same group and places a high rate of tax on contraception as well as supporting...
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Funny story:  Incentives for New Teachers "Not Realistic"

Incentives for New Teachers "Not Realistic"

Leading education experts have today pointed out that proposed incentives to attract teachers are poorly thought through and will not work in the real world. Unions, school governors and parent bodies have pointed out that there is no recognition...
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Funny story:  George Osborne backs the £2.50 play park entrance fee

George Osborne backs the £2.50 play park entrance fee

Wandsworth, London: Children, all dressed in the latest play park friendly, designer gear from the Slide and Swing fashion house, are to be heard, screaming and whooping derision at less well off kids from the latest must have status symbol. Chanc...
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Funny story:  New Maths for Schools

New Maths for Schools

Education Minister Michael Gove is introducing a new way of teaching Maths. He explained to Parliament : 'I went into a school yesterday and asked a child what 2 and 2 was. He said it a short skirt used in Ballet. I ask you, honourable members, wh...
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Funny story:  Gradgrind Mark Two?

Gradgrind Mark Two?

In a speech remarkably reminiscent of Charles Dickens' infamous schoolmaster, Mr. Gradgrind, in 'Hard Times', Education Minister Michael Gove announced this week that the school curriculum must now focus on facts and figures, a return to the old style system where children learned dates and informational snippets by rote. "In 1950, every child in England knew when the Battle of Hastings took pl...
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Funny story:  The Norfolk and good and the Suffolk and good of 2010 (so far)

The Norfolk and good and the Suffolk and good of 2010 (so far)

Top Ten Norfolk and good In no particular order The Scottish soccer team The Engerland soccer team The Engerland 3 lions World Cup bid losers The snow and ice Cheryl Cole miming The UK coalition government - had to be in there somewhere The Irish bailout The subsidy of £100bn to HSBC, Lloyds, RBS and Barclays The very low Interest Rates (If you've got money in the bank you're a loser...
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Funny story:  Plans To Extend Headmasters' Powers Outside School Derided

Plans To Extend Headmasters' Powers Outside School Derided

Plans by Education Secretary Michael Gove to allow headmasters to discipline pupils "any time, any place, anywhere" face derision. He told the Tory party conference: "At the moment heads are prevented from dealing with their pupils if they run wil...
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Funny story:  Michael Gove announces first list of Free Schools

Michael Gove announces first list of Free Schools

Quelle surprise! All the Free Schools are in London - As expected, fee paying schools have jumped in first, grabbed Gove's attention and set themselves up to be even further subsidised by the less fortunate. Sons and daughters of the already filthy r...
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Funny story:  Mad Hatter or the story of a man in a hurry

Mad Hatter or the story of a man in a hurry

Reports of a heat seeking, missile man on a mission, hurtling through the corridors of the UK House of Parliament have reached this writer. The man is the UK Secretary of State for education. His mission is to dismantle the English education syste...
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Funny story:  Education cuts of One Billion

Education cuts of One Billion

The Con-Dems have announced that the education budget will be cut by over one billion pounds from Labour's original budget. This represents a cut of one quarter, or a week's worth of fighting in Afghanistan. Labour's plan of rebuilding or refurbis...
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National Institute of Abhorrent Behavior (NIAB) to Study Cable News Anchors

Boston-Dr. Felix Noodlesorter of NAIB received a LooneyToonery grant to study the behavioral traits of those who anchor cable news shows. Prime subject for scrutiny is Wacky Chris Matthews of MSNBC,

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