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Funny story: Prime Minister kicks off over tax avoiders

Prime Minister kicks off over tax avoiders

Prime Minister Jimmy Ka today accused top comedian David Cameroon of evading tax by investing in notorious night club, "The House of Conmen". Former owner, Cameroon, despite knowing the club would go into receivership, continued to invest heavily and...
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Funny story: Stand-up comedian Carr falls over his tax-three million!

Stand-up comedian Carr falls over his tax-three million!

Stand-up comedian Jimmy Carr has 3 million quid hidden away in a legal tax scam and now he's apologised for not paying his Jews (oops sorry wrong Jews; dues!). The scam allowed him to ship his dosh over to Jesrsey and ship it back in legally only having to pay 1% tax, pretty cool if you've got 3 million, but how the hell did he earn so much? If stand-up comedians can earn that much, Spoof write...
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Funny story: Tax Helpline Cures Local Man's Insomnia

Tax Helpline Cures Local Man's Insomnia

A local man was full of praise for HM Revenue & Customs today after using their Self Assessment helpline. He claimed that trying to sort out an issue with the Cardiff-based tax office led to him enjoying the "best sleep I've had in months."...
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Funny story: Portsmouth FC players sent into town with begging bowls!

Portsmouth FC players sent into town with begging bowls!

The players of Portsmouth FC, one of the oldest football clubs in the UK, have had their afternoon training sessions cancelled because the chairman has demanded that players go out and beg for their money. Portsmouth owe a substantial amount to th...
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