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Funny story: No Interest In The Interest Rate

No Interest In The Interest Rate

The unthinkable has happened to our fair island and we're not talking about the three consecutive days of sun we've had. The UK has cut the interest rates to 0.25% we hit the streets and asked "normal" people what they thought about the cuts. Mike...

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Funny story: Robert Pattinson Cuts Off Weiner

Robert Pattinson Cuts Off Weiner

The big news here just about an hour ago is that somehow or other, actor Robert Pattison has cut off weiner but we are awaiting more news on the subject. OK, here's a spokeswoman for Pattinson. "Ladies and gentlemen of the Press, I am here to a...

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Funny story: Local buses face axe

Local buses face axe

Big wide buses in Gateshead are being cut down in size to make way for cyclists. Massive Megabuses, popular with many obese bus passengers, have been knocking too many cyclists off their bikes. So Gateshead council have recommended that all these...

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Funny story: Warnings as 5,000 police officers are cut in a year

Warnings as 5,000 police officers are cut in a year

Annual inspections of police forces reveal that more than 5,000 policemen have had cuts on their faces. Although some are signs of knife attacks, the vast majority are simply the results of shaving accidents. Most cuts were observed in Derbyshi...

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Funny story: More comfortable seats to be installed at bus stops

More comfortable seats to be installed at bus stops

Manchester is to trial a new system for making waiting for buses more comfortable and pleasant for commuters by installing sofa style seating at bus stops throughout Greater Manchester. "It think it's a brilliant idea," said one local commuter fro...

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Funny story: University Challenge Takes Centre Stage In Health Cuts Row

University Challenge Takes Centre Stage In Health Cuts Row

A row between the Treasury and health experts over NHS cuts descended into a squabble about TV quiz show University Challenge last night. The row had escalated earlier in the day after a group of health experts published criticisms of the Governme...

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Funny story: Unions support removal of 'N' from 'Down with the Cuts'

Unions support removal of 'N' from 'Down with the Cuts'

During Thursday's strike actions, there was cross union support for strikers and protestors removing the 'N' from their 'Down with the Cuts' placards. Mr Madd from the Unions said it was a worry that some very rude and unpleasant placards would be...

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Funny story: Cuts protests cut

Cuts protests cut

The protest group UK Uncut have shifted their focus recently from being anti-circumcision to being against government spending cuts. A number of them have gathered in central London today to hold another protest. Today's gathering was defiant aga...

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Funny story: Am A Drama Ding Dong! As Cuts Bite Deep At The BBC

Am A Drama Ding Dong! As Cuts Bite Deep At The BBC

The cuts are biting harder and deeper and nowhere is it being felt more acutely than at that bastion of British broadcasting, The BBC. Budgets have been trimmed back so much that the corporation is having to plumb even further depths to get show t...

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Funny story: George Osborne backs the £2.50 play park entrance fee

George Osborne backs the £2.50 play park entrance fee

Wandsworth, London: Children, all dressed in the latest play park friendly, designer gear from the Slide and Swing fashion house, are to be heard, screaming and whooping derision at less well off kids from the latest must have status symbol. Chanc...

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Funny story: Actors Unite To Oppose Cuts

Actors Unite To Oppose Cuts

Leading British actors have got together to protest against the latest round of Arts Council cuts. Sir Patrick Stewart and Samuel West were amongst the large number of artists who handed a petition in to Downing Street requesting a summit of inter...

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Funny story: Ed Miliband explains how Labour's cuts would be "likeable"

Ed Miliband explains how Labour's cuts would be "likeable"

At a union-organised rally against government spending cuts, the Labour leader of the opposition Ed Miliband explained how his party would have handled the financial crisis. He said, "This government must not go ahead with these spending cuts. If...

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Funny story: Government cuts will "devastate communities"

Government cuts will "devastate communities"

Today protesters from across the UK are gathering together to protest against the government cuts in public services, which they claim will "devastate communities and destroy societies". A group of protesters spoke exclusively to TheSpoof.com.

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Funny story: Concern Expressed Over Councils Absence Levels

Concern Expressed Over Councils Absence Levels

Councils the length and breadth of the country are steeling themselves for soaring absence levels as a direct result of savage cuts in expenditure. In the wake of the Coalition Government's instructions to town halls to reduce spending in all aspe...

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Funny story: Pickles Warning Over Council Cuts

Pickles Warning Over Council Cuts

Councils all over the UK have been warned that the swingeing cuts they will have to make over the coming years will affect the quality of catering they provide at training courses. Chief Executive of Lambeth Council, Seth Goldstein, announced that...

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Funny story: Orgasms Cut to Reduce Deficit

Orgasms Cut to Reduce Deficit

'It pains me to implement the cut on orgasms' announced Chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne 'but we have to do something about the deficit and this seems the best way to go about it.' Shock waves swept through the beds of half the nation. Deidre Marmaduke could swear the earth moved when she reached her climax but then she realised that just at the moment of ecstasy a sudden shock left h...

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Funny story: Council Cuts Latest

Council Cuts Latest

Hard pressed local councils are having to come up with imaginative ways of saving money if they are to survive the next few years of hardship. Some police forces have already looked into the possibility of sharing administrative and I.T. staff, wh...

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