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Wonga.com accidentally gave customer good deal.
An inquiry has begun at Uk's biggest online moneylenders after a customer was accidently given a good deal on a loan. Director Ray Self stated the problem has been fixed and rip off rates are back.
HMP Bullingdon's graffiti problem "not me" says Rolf Harris.
A graffiti outbreak at the prison were Rolf Harris is serving six years has infuriated Prison staff, asked what the graffiti drawings were of officers replied "we cant really tell what they are yet"
iPhone 6 breaks up into little bits when hit with hammer.
Another bad day for Apple when it was discovered that when there new iphone 6 was hit with a hammer it breaks up into little pieces. Apple who were made aware of the flaw declined to comment.
David Cameron considers spare toilet tax.
Spare toilet tax is being considered by the government in a move which could see more money being extracted from the poor. Labour are furious with the plans.
Britain's first food bank supermarket opens in Hull.
Britain's first food bank supermarket opened yesterday in Hull and owners say they plan to open another 12 by next year.
Jimmy Saville to be questioned by police through a meduim.
Police are to question Jimmy Saville over alleged crimes he commited when he was alive through a meduim. Savilles family are said to upset by the idea.
Guy Suing Subway Over Sandwich Length.
A retired engineer from Norwich is taking sandwich makers Subway to the high court for serving a Chicken & Bacon
ranch melt 4mm below advertised length. Subway added " the man is a prat"
Driving age moved forward in UK to 58.
In a bid to ease congestion on British Roads the Government today have moved the driving age forward to 58. Anyone caught driving below 58 faces immediate prosecution.
Man botches suicide.
A man from east London was in a critical condition last night after he attempted to hang himself with his own braces but ended up smashing his skull into the ceiling. He was found by a neighbour.
Man stuck in lazy body.
A man from Hackney who had his benefits stopped for refusing to work yesterday won a Court case against the DWP after his Doctors told the Court that he was a very active man stuck in a lazy body.
Special lane for people who like to text while walking.
The Government announced there will be new lanes on all the roads in the UK for the people who chat on their phones while walking. Only people with smartphones will be allowed to use this lane.
60% of all bottled water is diluted.
Bottled water is the world's fastest growing beverage, but consumers would be better served by simply turning on the taps as studies show 60% of bottled water may have been diluted.
Psychics predict world didn't end yesterday.
Yesterday a top Psychic predicted that the world didn't end the day before. And strangely enough it didn't.
Man dead after Sloppy iOS 8 update.
A 24-year-old student died yesterday after attempting to update his iphone 5 with iOS 8. Police say how he died remains unclear but said that neighbours heard a loud scream followed by a bang.
Queen striped searched at Scottish border.
The Queen on her way to Balmoral Castle was stopped by border Officials and made to strip because they had reason to believe she was in possession of Rhino horn. Buckingham palace declined to comment.
Cameron gives US all clear to Attack Scotland.
David Cameron Yesterday gave the US full backing to attack Scotland should ever oil be-found, and as a precaution sent warships to the area. Scottish MPs are furious and put troops on red alert.
Britain admits Royal Navy doesn't have any submarines.
Britain admitted yesterday that the Royal Navy doesn't have any submarines and hasn't had any since the second world war. The Secretary of State for Defence declined to comment.
Nick Clegg admits he is not very good at his job.
Nick Clegg admitted yesterday he isn't comfortable at number 11 downing street and doesn't really know what he is doing there. David Cameron declined to comment.
US say Falklands was probably there's after massive oil reserves found.
America is sending warships to the Falklands after claiming the island was probably there's and deny the claim has anything to do with the massive oil reserves that have been discovered on the island.
BT public payphone found working in Yarmouth.
A British telecom payphone has been found working in Yarmouth by a man who wanted to call a cab. A spokesman for Bt said " we aim to have three working in the UK by 2016"
Waterproof Seats fitted in cinemas ahead Of 'Fifty Shades' Film Release
Cinemas across the UK are to have waterproof seats fitted prior to the release of the film version of Fifty Shades Of Grey early next year.
David Cameron tells UK "Depression Over'
David Cameron declared his fight with depression over yesterday, and told reporters "Doctors have tried me on a new type of drug which has made me a new man"
Homeless man under house arrest.
Gerry Southgate of no fixed abode was told by Liverpool Magistrates after being convicted of burglary he was to be put under house arrest effectively leaving him a free man.
Government to use Jersey to stockpile Russian dolls.
David Cameron amidst fears Britain will stop trading with Russia is going to use Jersey to stockpile Russian dolls. Jersey citizens will be moved to Suffolk.
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