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Funny story: Flying Pigs Will Save Labour

Flying Pigs Will Save Labour

A squadron of flying pigs are expected to save the Labour government at the next election. It is believed that as there are actually no policies the government is going to introduce extreme measures to survive. The flying pigs are just one of a numbe...

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Funny story: New homes plans for London

New homes plans for London

Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, has announced a massive building programme of 'prefabs', the post-war temporary housing solution, to allieviate London's chronic housing shortage. The prefabs are already built and are sitting on a site outside Pet...

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Funny story: Ed Balls rebrands as X

Ed Balls rebrands as X

Kiddy minister Ed Balls is to legally change his name to Ed X. Brown ├╝ber-underling Ball has taken the decision to rebrand himself to make himself more accessible. "People say I am out of touch - but Ed X will be absolutely down with Generation...

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Funny story: Brown angry at companies for pinching best slogans

Brown angry at companies for pinching best slogans

Prime Minister Gordon Brown yesterday launched a stinging attack on some of the best known international companies, when he revealed that the Government has still not been able to come up with a catchy slogan despite being in power for over 10 years...

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Funny story: UK Economy Booms Following VAT Rate Decrease

UK Economy Booms Following VAT Rate Decrease

Wereinthemoney, England - The Labour government's plan to reduce the Value Added Tax (VAT) on goods and services from 17.5% to 15% took effect today with resounding results for the economy. The move to stimulate consumer spending and head off the imp...

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Funny story: UK nuclear submarines hold top State Secret orders re arrest of Labour Government on Queen's death

UK nuclear submarines hold top State Secret orders re arrest of Labour Government on Queen's death

Atlantic Ocean - (Apocalyptic Mess): Deep beneath the murky Atlantic waters Britain's patrolling nuclear submarines hold the fate of UK Prime Monster Gorgon Brown's government. Newly updated NATO military orders held in the subs' cyber attack-pro...

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Funny story: Labour Giving CPR to Economy is Flogging Dead Horse

Labour Giving CPR to Economy is Flogging Dead Horse

Labour's Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling, a former old rope salesman, was found lynched under Blackfriars Bridge early this morning, his pockets stuffed with supermarket discount vouchers and fruit machine tokens. Police Inspector E...

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Funny story: Labour Love Not Lost in Glenrothes in Fife - How far will it go?

Labour Love Not Lost in Glenrothes in Fife - How far will it go?

Labour with the help of PM Brown rallied the once safe seat of Glenrothes in Fife back into the fold with Lindsay Roy's comeback victory in the Scottish highlands. UK politico watchers are wondering how far the Labour lovefest will spread. Clem...

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Funny story: So Not Over To You

So Not Over To You

In a surprise move, current Labour leader Gordon Brown has indicated that in the General Election, he will not be calling on the services of Mick Hucknall. Hucknall, the front man of Manchester-based stars, Simply Red, has been involved in every l...

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Funny story: Cabinet reshuffle is a diversion and sham

Cabinet reshuffle is a diversion and sham

At a private meeting in Westminster, Prime Minister Gordon Brown revealed that his recent cabinet reshuffle is only temporary until such time as he fills all the various posts on a more permanent basis later in the week. His spokesman said: "It...

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Funny story: Tory Party - Internet for poor children, poor children for the rich.

Tory Party - Internet for poor children, poor children for the rich.

After it being announced at the Labour Party Conference that poor children would have free internet at home the Tory party have hit back. They are disgusted that poor children will be given free access to the internet as this could help them to le...

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Funny story: Gordon Brown taxes fat people

Gordon Brown taxes fat people

Manchester UK: Prime Minister Gordon Brown today introduced a new tax policy on eating habits for fat bastards. In a keynote speech from the Labour party conference in Manchester, Brown was adamant that it was a fair and just policy. "Today we...

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Funny story: Ruth Kelly To Step Down Because People Think She Is A Man

Ruth Kelly To Step Down Because People Think She Is A Man

Transport Secretary Ruth Kelly is to step down from office in November because people think she is a man, according to a source in Whitehall. Doorman, Bernard Hodgkins-Disease, told our reporter that Miss Kelly, who has four children under the age...

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Funny story: Gordon Brown says nothing and wins over doubters

Gordon Brown says nothing and wins over doubters

Gordon Brown delighted the Labour Party conference today when he delivered his keynote speech in mime form. Party members were treated to a charades style speech and were encouraged to shout out their answers to his prime ministerial antics. "I...

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Funny story: Labour Pay People To Fill Seats At Conference

Labour Pay People To Fill Seats At Conference

Many people are wondering today as to who was actually filling the seats in the audience of the Labour conference, as no one with any sense would want to - that is unless they wanted to hurl obscenities at the so called politicians. This confusion wa...

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Funny story: Brown to meet Cabinet in the sand

Brown to meet Cabinet in the sand

Following last week's cabinet meeting in Birmingham - the first to be held outside of London in almost 90 years - Prime Minister Gordon Brown is to follow this innovation with a second get together of his top ministers to be held on Southport beach.

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Funny story: Gordon Brown to rid himself of revolting MP's before conference

Gordon Brown to rid himself of revolting MP's before conference

Gordon Brown has decided that all revolting MP's must go before the Labour Party Annual Conference. While there appears to be dissent within the ranks regarding his leadership capabilities, for the sake of the unity of the Party, the Prime Ministe...

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