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Brown rewrites Monopoly rules

Funny story: Brown rewrites Monopoly rules

In a daring bid to change outdated regulations in the financial sector, Prime Minister Gordon Brown has rewritten the rules of Monopoly. Mr Brown's new version of the once-popular board game has dramatically reduced the formerly complex rules to...

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Kids TV Series Revival Crashes: Teletories "Totally Unbelievable"

BBC Television's attempt to revive its most popular children's series was in ruins yesterday, when The Teletories drew lower ratings than the National Paintdrying Championships in Azerbaijan on Sky-Minus. Like its much-loved predecessor the new s...

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Meerkat is shock winner of first leaders TV debate

Funny story: Meerkat is shock winner of first leaders TV debate

Nicolai Kleb, leader of the Lovealldemeerkats Party, was the shock winner of the first TV debate between the party leaders. Instant opinion polls showed that a clear majority of viewers preferred the cute little creature with the strange accent t...

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Madoff Endorses Tories

Funny story: Madoff Endorses Tories

The Tories received a major boost today when another leading business figure endorsed their economic policies. Investment mogul Bernie Madoff said that he was "awed and amazed" by their "innovative approach to finance. Saving money that isn't ther...

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'Contrite' Brown Grabs Election Lead

Gordon Brown grabbed a shock lead in the opinion polls today when he apologized for "serious errors" in his management of the British economy. Often shaken by sobs, a contrite Mr Brown told a packed meeting in Ditchwater that he had been a total half...

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Grand National Debt Reduction Plan

In a surprise move to cut Britain's gigantic public debt, Chancellor Alistair Darling ordered the Bank of England to print an extra £10 billion in notes and put the lot on The Package in tomorrow's Grand National. The move infuriated Gordon Brown, wh...

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Putin Hacked The Emmys

NBC, ABC, and CBS all claim that Russian President Putin hacked the Emmy Award computers, to explain how unknown, barely-viewed shows on Netflix and HBO could win so many awards.
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