After it was alleged that contributors to the Spoof were misleading the public with untrue stories it has emerged that a public inquiry is to be set up to look into the matter.
Former Lord Chief Justice, Oliver Snooty, has been asked by the Government to begin a inquiry as soon as he can get out of bed.
Spoof contributors are said to be quite calm despite the outrage caused by their alleged corruption. In a statement issued by someone thought to be 'in charge' of the media empire the case was put for the Defence: 'We are sure everything we publish is completely true and if any misconceptions have arisen we apologise. If that won't do go and jump in the lake'
The list of those due to attend Snooty's sessions involves an international cast. Special dispensation has ben arranged for President Asad of Syria to clear up a Spoof Scoop alleging he did not buy caviar. Tony Blare is also on the warpath, warning that even the spelling at Spoof is 'recklessly mistaken' at times.
Emails are reportedly being destroyed in an attempt to avert disclosures that would SHOCK THE WORLD.