Spoof news stories from Thursday 6 November 2003
Margaret Thatcher today spoke out in a conference which saw her pay tribute to "all that the Ba'ath party had achieved during their term in office". She also paid tribute to their landslide victory last year, with a clear majority of 1...
The Anglican Church faced further humiliation when a well known Canon was accused of having intimate relations with one of his flock.
Boris Johnson, MP for Henley-on-Thames, has announced that he will be a candidate in the leadership election in the Tory Party. In his announcement he said that he already has several followers; two dogs, four cats and Kenneth Clarke.
Michael Howard, the new Leader of the Conservative Party, has today announced that from now on, the Tory party is to be in opposition to Labour, rather than working with them to get re-elected at the next general election.
Citing irreconcilable differences and mental anguish, Ms. Pac-Man has filed for divorce from her famous yellow ball of a husband, Pac-Man.
NEW YORK--Saddam Hussein held a book signing in Times Square today, autographing hundreds of copies of his new autobiography "You say Jihad, I say Jihad". Thousands waited in line, many overnight, and up to 800 were turned away in the end w...
LOS ANGELES-Michael Eisner unveiled his plans today to remodel the failing ‘California Adventure' theme park into one which he feels more fitting and will draw a wider, more appreciative audience.
ATLANTA-Doctors and computer scientists confirmed today that a Georgia man's copy of Windows XP did in fact contract the AIDS Virus.