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Funny story: BBC TV Licence Fee To Rise By More Than Inflation

BBC TV Licence Fee To Rise By More Than Inflation

In a major departure from usual government policy, the BBC has been given the green light to raise the annual TV licence fee by 'considerably more than inflation', according to a highly placed government source. It is understood that high level ne...
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Funny story: BBC angers atheist fanatics!

BBC angers atheist fanatics!

Following on from yesterdays expose which showed that the BBC, generously funded by the public, is manically anti-religion, it seems that good old auntie beeb has upset the very people they were pandering to, the atheists. Atheists do not believe...
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Funny story: TV Lesbians make love in the morgue on licence payers money!

TV Lesbians make love in the morgue on licence payers money!

Licence payers were shocked last night as a brand new and very spicy hot series based on a group of Scottish lesbians was shown with them wearing kilts (without panties, cheeky). Snogging, seducing, raunchy love scenes were not the problem and the...
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Funny story: BBC Guide To Spotting Upset Licence Payers

BBC Guide To Spotting Upset Licence Payers

BBC licence fee collectors have been advised to be wary of customers using words like "shambles" and "useless" - they might be complaining about the broadcaster's service! The advice comes in a new "idiot's guide" for the collectors. It highlig...
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Funny story: The Greedy BBC Demand Money from a Dog

The Greedy BBC Demand Money from a Dog

A man in Preston was today recovering from shock after receiving a TV Licence bill addressed to his dog. Arthur Ramsbottom went to his front door to pick up his mail when he noticed an envelope from the TV Licensing Authorities. 'I was flicking t...
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Funny story: In Seine's guide to: How to have your cake and eat it!

In Seine's guide to: How to have your cake and eat it!

1. Refuse to pay for a TV licence. 2. Get sent to court to ensure that there is a significant waste of tax-payers money. 3. Call the judge an "old buffoon" so that you get sentenced for at least a year. 4. As soon as you start your sentence, apply for a television. 5. Serve one week, whilst being a 'goody-two-shoes'. 6. Rent a colour television with remote control for just £1 per week. If...
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Funny story: Licence fee reminder letters 'not harsh enough'

Licence fee reminder letters 'not harsh enough'

The BBC isn't harsh enough in its language in licence fee reminder letters, its governing body TASS said today. Chairman of TASS, Sir Joseph Steelman, said: 'Previous letters have used tame phrases such as 'pay up now, you snivelling little bastar...
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Funny story: Biggest Robbery In British History

Biggest Robbery In British History

The biggest robbery in British history occurred earlier this week, as thieves made off with the astonishing amount of £3.2 billion, dwarfing such robberies as the Brinks-Mat one. Police are uncertain as to how this was pulled off, but are questioning...
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Funny story: TV programmes force 102 year-old to leave Britain

TV programmes force 102 year-old to leave Britain

When Hampshire dentist, 102 year old Eric King-Turner retired just two years ago (in keeping with the new government pension age) he has finally decided to sell-up and ship out. Taking a four week cruise to the antipodean island,
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