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Funny story: Where are our shouting "Nutjobs"

Where are our shouting "Nutjobs"

Once a part of every city street, but now only found in cultured cities like Glasgow, shouting "head cases" are disappearing from our parks and shopping centres. Dirty, often threatening and intoxicated, these charming "fruitcakes" are becoming a r...
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Funny story: 'Alien' remains found in Royal park 'thought to be Lord Lucan'

'Alien' remains found in Royal park 'thought to be Lord Lucan'

Edinburgh - Reports from Holyrood Palace tonight said the fugitive MI6/KGB double agent was known for his dead letter drop rendezvous near Salisbury Crags where some newly discovered bones are thought to be those of the missing Irish peer. Lucan v...
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Funny story: Tories in cloud cuckoo land as Mayor Boris tries to get his filthy little mitts on the Royal Parks

Tories in cloud cuckoo land as Mayor Boris tries to get his filthy little mitts on the Royal Parks

London - (PigsMightFly): Same old Tory kleptocrats trying to get their snouts in the Royal trough! That's the verdict from the Crown Estate this weekend amid reports David Cameron plans to 'hand' London Mayor Boris Johnson control of the Royal Par...
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Donald Trump fails to sign pledge not to run for King in 2016

Republican presidential hopeful, Donald Trump, announced Today that he has not signed a pledge not to run for King.
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