Spoof news snippets from Wednesday 10 September 2003
Money makes the world go round
Human rights campaigners have discovered workshops in south-east Asia, where hoards of children are suspended on ropes and forced to turn the earth like a gigantic hamster wheel.
Terrorists Continue to Rock Israel
Thrash-metal group "The Terrorists" continue their world peace-tour in Israel. Fans are determined to not be deterred by ongoing suicide bombings.
Iain Duncan Smith has momentary visibility
Doctors have confirmed that IDS can only be seen 20% of the time, and usually at night. This could explain why the Tory party is rarely noticed these days.
The Hutton enquiry : Latest
Government insists that BBC claims over Lord Hutton taking a six-minute toilet break were 'sexed-up.' An enquiry into the matter will ensue.
Leni Riefenstahl Dies aged 101
Hitler's favourite film maker has died aged 101. TheSpoof remembers Leni for her joke film to the Führer "Hitler : Der Mann mit eine Raupe unter seine Nase" (The man with a caterpillar under his nose)