Spoof news stories from Wednesday 29 October 2003
A trip to the People's Republic of China by a French Ambassador caused political friction today of global proportions.
In her new autobiography "The Second Conservative I Had" Edwina Currie has given details about her illicit affair with ex conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith.
After tonight's unsurprising vote of no-confidence in I.D.S. reports are that he fled Westminster long before the results came in, and is now flipping burgers and tossing the wieners in a hotdog stand in Wigan.
Rap star P Diddy (formerly Puff Daddy, and before that J-Mankoni Raphanapolis Mercutio Benz), has been ordered to leave the US after claims he "ruffled feathers" in a local sweet-shop.
The intensive levels of cod fishing in the North Sea appear to be having unfortunate consequences, with cod actually attacking local fishermen! Simon Seagull, 42, from the Fisheries Ministry quotes:...