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Funny story: Prime Minister summoned to Reichstag

Prime Minister summoned to Reichstag

Downing Street is in a flap as it can not find the traditional Homburg had for the Prime Minister's visit to the German Chancellery on Friday. For the traditional exchange of gifts when leaders meet, Cameron has chosen a boxed set of ''Alo 'Alo 'a...
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Funny story: Prime Minister summoned to Reichstag

Prime Minister summoned to Reichstag

Downing Street is in a flap as it cannot find the traditional Homburg hat for the Prime Minister's visit to the German Chancellery on Friday. For the traditional exchange of gifts when leaders meet, Cameron has chosen a boxed set of ''Alo 'Alo,' a...
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Funny story: Archers may loose another Bull

Archers may loose another Bull

A whistle-blower has revealed that BBC in-house psychiatrist has been called into The Archers production office as fears surface that characters are being picked off because of their accents. The problem stems from Archers editor Vanessa Whitburn gr...
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Funny story: Brown recants

Brown recants

'Lord' Mandleson's office has announced that its old client Gordon Brown is to make a speech in the House of Commons admitting that most of his policies as Chancellor and Prime Minister were wrong. Westminster gossip has it that he is looking for...
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Funny story: 'Lord' Mandelson still waiting for gravy train

'Lord' Mandelson still waiting for gravy train

'Lord' Peter Mandelson was spotted by a sharp-eyed reader standing crestfallen on Brussels station beside his neatly labelled luggage. A porter, wearing the new EU uniform of stars round his hat and large gold epaulettes, said that le Petit Twerp,...
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Funny story: Get me out of here, says Gordon Brown

Get me out of here, says Gordon Brown

TV pictures from the Ivory Coat recently caught a glimpse of a dirty sheet hanging from one of the windows of Abidjan's Golf Hotel. The words Help. Get me out of here. Gordon Brown, were scrawled on it in thick back felt tip pen. Nobody took any...
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Funny story: Elton John has gay pride and joy at last

Elton John has gay pride and joy at last

Elton John and his partner David Furnish have at last agreed to have a baby, after years of agonising. "The problem was," says Elton," we considered there were far too many backward children in the world without producing another." However in...
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Funny story: Gordon Brown gets Africa consultancy

Gordon Brown gets Africa consultancy

Gordon Brown, Britain's last failed Prime minister and Chancellor, has been retained by Laurent Gbagbo as a post-election consultant. Gbagbo, Ivory Coast's presidential incumbent, was last night locked in discussions with Brown, considering the be...
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Funny story: Gordon Brown to the rescue, again

Gordon Brown to the rescue, again

At Heathrow last night, a lone figure was seen waving his arms as the occasional plane taxied past. Gordon Brown, with ear muffs and a day-glow yellow vest over his white mac had used his House of Commons pass to get onto the tarmac. One of his m...
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Funny story: Whinging Brits

Whinging Brits

Residents living near Istanbul airport were amazed this morning when a plane flew overhead bearing the British Airways livery. As it looked as though it might be landing, crowds flocked to the airport to see this rare phenomenon. Disembarking pas...
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Funny story: The Archers down the line

The Archers down the line

Vanessa Whitburn, the editor of The Archers, has complained to BBC bosses that budget cuts mean far too many scenes have to be on the phone. "It's starting to show," she says. By setting a scene with several characters on their mobiles it is p...
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Funny story: Kinnocks' hypocrisy

Kinnocks' hypocrisy

Neil and Glenys Kinnock were seen waving their Zimmer frames with delight in Trafalgar Square as it was announced that Britain was no longer a member of the EU. "Were they not being a bit hypocritical," enquired a passing journalist, "since they...
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Funny story: Queen Mother's car pelted with flowers

Queen Mother's car pelted with flowers

Queen Catherine the Queen Mother was being driven through the centre of London in her maroon ninety year old high top Rolls Royce yesterday, when she was spotted by pedestrians walking past street vendors selling flowers. They mobbed the car forc...
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Funny story: Harvard goofs with Brown

Harvard goofs with Brown

Harvard University is embarrassed to find it has invited the wrong Brown as visiting Fellow. They thought they were getting Jeffrey R. Brown who recently published a paper 'The Effect of Inheritance Receipt on Retirement Decisions', but instead ha...
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Funny story: Brown folllows tradition and buggers off to U.S.

Brown folllows tradition and buggers off to U.S.

Gordon Brown, probably the most disastrous Chancellor, then Prime Minister, Britain has ever known, has announced that he is following tradition in retirement. Like Tony Blair before him, he is buggering off abroad leaving chaos behind him. The t...
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Funny story: Today's Sarah Montague dumped

Today's Sarah Montague dumped

Lord Lloyd Webber has cancelled the new production of My Fair Lady staring Sarah Montague which had been in production for two months. A spokesman for his company said that Ms. Montague was having trouble with her elocution. 'She was fine on the c...
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Funny story: Flatulance Pays, says Nick Clegg

Flatulance Pays, says Nick Clegg

The Deputy Prime Minister has announced a new green initiative to capture methane gas, enabling the UK to comply with EU directives on clean air. Flatus Stations are to be built at strategic points such as outside Indian restaurants in all major citi...
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Funny story: Ruth Archer to be banned from BBC Radio 2

Ruth Archer to be banned from BBC Radio 2

The coalition government has decided to pass legislation banning Ruth Archer from presenting Radio 2s 'Friday Night is Music Night'. A spokesman for the Department of Culture Media Sport and Anything Else that comes up said the new government woul...
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Wi-Fi signal named "Al-Qaeda Free Terror Network" Results In Long Delay For Passengers At Los Angeles Airport

'Our networks are usually named as variations on: 'Moms apple pie - God Bless America,' confirmed an Al-Qaeda spokesman. 'Otherwise it would be a bit f***ing obvious.'
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