In a crackdown on criminal Surfers, the Fraud squad have revealed that they are to enforce even stricter rules on laundering than have previously been in force.
Having exhausted the supply of celebrities willing to stand up and sing or tell jokes in front of other celebrities, ITV has bowed to international pressure from the Zanu PF and will be broadcasting "An Audience with Mugabe".
Duncan Whitehead, the writer on the satirical news site TheSpoof.com, has come under fire from members of the Hull City Psychos Literary Wing, after comments he made about the Tigers on the site were deemed &...
Big Brother returns to the nation's TV screens this Thursday amid a new controversy over the lack of any new controversy over the show, which thrives on controversy and, of course, scandal.
An emulation of the 1990 film "Flatliners", where a chap (a loud-mouthed American student-type played by Keifer Sutherland) experiences clinical death for a period of 1 minute before being brought back to life, has knocked martyrdom on the...
A group of very young children have called for the adoption of TellyTubby time to replace GMT arguing that "Noo-Noo" city is the true centre of the Earth.
Private health Insurance Company, Golden Showers, denied Patty Johnson a policy because she had to have a C-section to deliver her baby. It seems that Caesareans put the insuree at greater risk for the procedure in the future and Golden Showers does...
Wanted - untalented, annoying, chat show host, with irritating mockney accent.
Wacky African dictator Sir Robert Mugabe is to lose his title along with the associated privileges. It is understood he stands to lose over 1,000 nectar points in the controversial move.
In a diversion from its Mars probe, the lander was sent today to George W Bush's brain, and reports have confirmed that there is life there.
A new crisis unfolded in the financial sector today, when executives at the Bradford & Bingley Building Society called in police to investigate the whereabouts of its two owners, Mr Bradford and Mr Bingley.
The English Society of Great Britain, the poster child of literary excellence has expressed alarm about the rise in the use of cliché in journalism.
In an effort to assist the hard of thinking and those who turn immediately to the football pages of their tabloids before reading anything else, the Newspaper Association has announced that from next month, all news in tabloid newspapers (except the...
Premiership new boys and title favourites Hull City today announced to the stock exchange that they have acquired from Chelsea football club their former trophy cabinet. The cabinet itself is nine feet by six, mahogany and a bit dusty.
In an almost futile attempt to inject some life back into the tired Big Brother franchise Channel 4 have announced that BB9 contestants will face the additional challenge of fighting off hungry grizzly bears in the Diary Room.
Hillary Clinton was today announced as the winner of the World Straw Clutching competition, for her performance in the Democratic nomination elections.
NEW YORK, NY - Steven Seagal met with a number of foreign diplomats at the United Nations headquarters Monday, requesting the removal of his name from a list of controversial weapons facing a ban by international treaty.
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