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50th Anniversary of Coronation Street interrupted as a tram crashes into the street

Funny story: 50th Anniversary of Coronation Street interrupted as a tram crashes into the street

Coronation Street's plans to celebrate it's fiftieth birthday were interrupted today as a tram crashed into the street. The original plot lines that were meant for the live episode of the iconic soap opera had to be hastily rewritten, and in sever...

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The Bill Reprieved! Moves To Hog Jaw As Latest CSI.

Funny story: The Bill Reprieved! Moves To Hog Jaw As Latest CSI.

Fans of doomed Brit cop show The Bill were celebrating last night following the announcement that it had been reprieved. Its new home will be Hog Jaw, Arkansas, USA. The ITV show, about the hard-pressed cops at Sun Hill nick in London, was set...

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Uma Thurman in tears as ITV have Killed Bill

Funny story: Uma Thurman in tears as ITV have Killed Bill

Uma Thurman was in tears last night firstly she discovered that only one person turned up to see her new Movie Motherhood, at the Apollo cinema in London's West End,then she found out that ITV have killed Bill. The Bill the popular police series w...

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Top Policeman Quits Over Leaked Documents, But Gets Starring Role In 'The Bill'

Funny story: Top Policeman Quits Over Leaked Documents, But Gets Starring Role In 'The Bill'

Britain's top counter-terrorism officer has quit after admitting he could have jeopardised an operation to thwart a possible UK al-Qaeda terror plot. Assistant Commissioner Bob Quick resigned after he accidentally revealed a secret document to ph...

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Chief Inspector Derek Conway character in ITV's "The Bill" in tatters

Funny story: Chief Inspector Derek Conway character in ITV's "The Bill" in tatters

The triumphant return from the dead of Chief Inspector Derek Conway in ITV's "The Bill" has been ruined by the political shenanigans of his political namesake, Conservative MP Derek Conway.

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President Sends Invoice to Americans

Dear Taxpayer - Enclosed please find the bill for your family's share to defend the United States from the horrible threat of Iraq des...

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The New Declaration of Independence

Just to refresh your memory, since this first document hasn't been read in years, here is the Bill of Rights:...

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Here's The Bill

Funny story: Here's The Bill

What can one say about former US president Bill Clinton that hasn't already been said about piles?...

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NRA Working To Renumber the Constitution

Funny story: NRA Working To Renumber the Constitution

Recently, the National Rifle Organization announced a concerted effort to renumber the Bill of Rights to the United States Constitution, replacing the First with the Second and then moving the Third to Second, dropping the First to Third. In an e...

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The Only Way to Get the Palestinians to the Table

Our Middle East correspondent M. Voltaire opines: If you want PLO/Hamas to come to the Peace Table, set out copious quantities of rancid cheese --it's the only enticing incentive for street rats.
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