In breaking news, the FTSE has rocketed fifty points after a statement from Secetary of State Condoleeza Rice that the world is due to end "any time now".
Nuclear emergency teams were last night still desperately scouring the sea bed for nuclear material from the USS Nevada, which was inadvertently sunk last night in the Indian Ocean by local fishermen using mobile phones.
British Nuclear Fuels PLC yesterday admitted to a Special Parliamentary Committee that they had "lost" a full-size nuclear reactor from their facility at Dounreay, Scotland.
America's problematic "Man on Mars" project was finally cancelled yesterday, just over a year after President George W. Bush had announced it to a stunned space community.
A team of geneticists from Princeton University yesterday claimed to have proved "beyond reasonable doubt" that President George W Bush is in fact the world's first cloned human being. The team spent six months laboriously cross-checkin...
Doctor William Harben, one of the Government's advisors on the foxhunting bill, today admitted that he may have been wrong about the harmful psychological effects of foxhunting on hunt members.
Further fallout from the Vioxx health scare today hit the headlines as it emerged that the withdrawal of the drug may have a huge and previously unforseen impact on the federal health budget.