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Funny story: Danny Alexander to Change Middle Name by Deed Poll

Danny Alexander to Change Middle Name by Deed Poll

Chief Secretary of the Treasury, Danny Alexander, has today confirmed that he has been asked to officially change his middle name from "Grain" to the more commonly used "Fucking". "It's true," said Alexander himself, whilst straightening George Os...
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Funny story: I Admire this UK Coalition Government

I Admire this UK Coalition Government

Our decrepit reporter and crap ode writer, Inchcock, this week presents his pathetic attempt at collating his thoughts on the Coalition Government in rhyme. For their intentions, wishes, and desires, although they're not always benign, You cannot blame them; superiority is embedded in their bloodline, Their dishonest antics, leaves a bitter taste in the mouth, like quinine, Their preeminent...
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Funny story: Lazy xenophobia now only thing keeping Cameron in power

Lazy xenophobia now only thing keeping Cameron in power

A gallup poll today showed that if it were not for a needless surplus of petty, small minded bigots, the coalition would have been on its bike quite some time ago. Although the vast majority of Britons are now paying more tax, receiving less pay e...
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Funny story: Cameron challenges Williams to pissing contest

Cameron challenges Williams to pissing contest

David Cameron today sought to pour oil on the waters following Archbishop Rowan Williams' outburst whilst guest-editing The Spectator, Britain's biggest subscription-based voyeur magazine. 'We all have a right to express our political views' said...
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Funny story: Interview with Michael Gove MP - Minister of State for Education

Interview with Michael Gove MP - Minister of State for Education

Michael Gove was born in Edinburgh in 1967 and brought up in Aberdeen. Educated in England and Scotland, in the independent sectors, where he had to suffer his 'Fags' waking him up with breakfast, before they cleaned his shoes each morning. Michael is married to Sarah Vine, who is a leader writer at The Times, and they have one daughter, Beatrice, and a son, William, who was born at Frimley Par...
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Funny story: The A to Z of David Cameron

The A to Z of David Cameron

This A to Z of David (Spoon-fed) Cameron - has been created trying to use only old or rare words. (Description if needed in brackets) after the word, in response to a request for a Sarcastic Ode about the Coalition, from the 'Association of Unemployed Benefit Receivers Support Group of Little Effort' A: Atrabilious - (bad-tempered or irritable) B: Baleful - (malignant, filled with evil) C: Ca...
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Funny story: Lib Dems To Be More Muscular In Coalition

Lib Dems To Be More Muscular In Coalition

Humiliated Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg has vowed that his party will be much more 'muscular' in government as the coalition goes into its second year. Clegg has announced a range of measures he intends to implement to demonstrate a change of emphasi...
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Funny story: Coalition Celebrate First Birthday

Coalition Celebrate First Birthday

The Coalition Government has celebrated its first birthday at the five star Montcalm Hotel in London. The first UK Coalition Government for 60 years has had its fair share of ups and downs and there were major doubts expressed by sources on both s...
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Funny story: David Cameron Accused Of War Crimes

David Cameron Accused Of War Crimes

The International Criminal Court chief prosecutor in The Hague is to seek warrants in the next few days against UK Prime Minster for crimes against humanity. Luis Moreno claims that he has substantial evidence to suggest that, during the first yea...
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Funny story: Government Orchestra to be formed

Government Orchestra to be formed

The HRH Government Fiddleharmonic Orchestra The idea was put forward and accepted, at a meeting of David Cameron, William Hague, Kenneth Clarke and other drunken members of the government at the Crooked Member Inn last month. After much bitching, foot-stamping, and wailing, it was decided the formation of the orchestra would be as follows. Conducted by: David Cameron Lecturn supported...
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Funny story: Unknown Herbert sends his thought on MPs to Parliament!

Unknown Herbert sends his thought on MPs to Parliament!

The fifth secretary to the secretary of the secretary of David Cameron's third secretary, has disclosed the contents of a communication received this month from a proletriat voter in Nottingham. There will be a collection for payment in the near future. Here is the critical ode that was sent. Our beloved crooked MP's, got elected using lies, nepotism, and audacity, Along with astucity,...
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Funny story: Cameron And Clegg To Fight It Out Over Boiled Eggs

Cameron And Clegg To Fight It Out Over Boiled Eggs

Prime Minister David Cameron and his deputy, Nick Clegg, are to develop an artificial argument so as to appear less "together." The move follows an open-microphone gaffe after a question-and-answer session in Nottingham yesterday. Clegg was heard...
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Funny story: New Anti Crime Tool Unveiled

New Anti Crime Tool Unveiled

The Coalition Government has announced a new measure in the fight against cyber and more traditional forms of crime. At present, social networking sites Facebook and Twitter have tools such as Trusted Friends and other toolbars by which users can...
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Funny story: Nick Clegg Fails to Start a Mexican Wave in Parliament

Nick Clegg Fails to Start a Mexican Wave in Parliament

It's not a good time to be a Lib-Dem at the moment. The humiliating bi-election defeat, and the embarrassing reversal on tuition fees, have all served to weaken the party's position in the polls. As if this wasn't bad enough, further humiliation was...
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Funny story: Coalition to appoint a new Minister for Chaff

Coalition to appoint a new Minister for Chaff

The government announced today that a new cabinet post was to be created. They have decided that the creation and promotion of Chaff is a full time role. Chaff is the material that is ejected by military aircraft as a countermeasure when they are...
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Funny story: Clegg Fends Off Holiday Criticism

Clegg Fends Off Holiday Criticism

Coalition Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has defended his decision to go on holiday during the Libyan crisis, while Prime Minister David Cameron was on a tour of the Middle East. Clegg vehemently denied he had been irresponsible by going skiing...
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Funny story: Cameron Calls For More "Camel Toes" In The Middle East

Cameron Calls For More "Camel Toes" In The Middle East

Prime Minister David Cameron has stolen a march on his rivals in the race to become the new Egyptian leader. Mr Cameron, frustrated in his attempts to be outright head boy in the UK, flew into Cairo to lend his support to what has been dubbed the...
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Funny story: Nick Clegg too busy doing Cameron's chores to participate in Big Society

Nick Clegg too busy doing Cameron's chores to participate in Big Society

In a radio interview Nick Clegg has exclusively revealed that he will not take part in David Cameron's Big Society as he's "too busy" doing the Prime Minister's chores. As well as undertaking his duties as Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the L...
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Banks will close even earlier on Shortest Day

Banks already close too early for most people's convenience. They will close at 11 am, on the shortest day, this year 'because we can 'says Exec.
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