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Funny story: BBC World Service to Save Hunt

BBC World Service to Save Hunt

The BBC World Service radio is to be cut by 25% in a measure that will please Culture Vulture T. H. E. Hunt. 'For too long this service has been undermining British interests throughout the world it is time for Sky to take over' Hunt announced 'th...

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Funny story: Union leaders told the PM that ConDem cuts were "dangerous and divisive"

Union leaders told the PM that ConDem cuts were "dangerous and divisive"

Union leaders told the PM that ConDem cuts were "dangerous and divisive" during a mince pie summit at Downing Street yesterday. Whilst eating mince pies and drinking egg nog yesterday, Union leaders told the Prime Minister that, indeed - cuts in c...

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Funny story: Tax Cuts to Rich Like Expired Trojan Condoms

Tax Cuts to Rich Like Expired Trojan Condoms

Washington - Republicans are pleading with Americans to see the benefits of the rich not paying their share of taxes like a sixteen year old boy trying to beg for sex from a girl that is too smart for the ploy but feels sorry for him. Sure, the tax cuts in theory mean jobs for Americans if you don't look at the history of the Bush tax cuts not creating jobs. The president talked a good gam...

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Funny story: Tax Cuts to Allow Average Americans to Own Luxury Vehicles

Tax Cuts to Allow Average Americans to Own Luxury Vehicles

Car makers across the board in America are reporting hikes in recent sales, with higher-end models doing their fair share of business as well. So it is no surprise that with the news that the Bush tax cuts will most likely be extended, corporate head...

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Funny story: Council Cuts for a Big Society

Council Cuts for a Big Society

Eric Pickles, dropped into Westminster from his Pig farm in Harrogate, and announced the great news for everyone of Council Cuts of 29% around the country. 'This is marvellous news' chimed Fatty Arbuckle, Pickles's cousin 'I shall be able to collect...

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Funny story: HMS Ark Royal En Route To South Atlantic

HMS Ark Royal En Route To South Atlantic

Britain has sold the HMS Ark Royal to an Argentinan military historian, along with the Harrier fleet. The spending review means cuts in all areas of public expenditure, including the Armed Forces. Two carriers are being built, and the government h...

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Funny story: Coalition abandons cuts, says 'what were we thinking?'

Coalition abandons cuts, says 'what were we thinking?'

Chancellor George Osborne admitted defeat last night in his bid to impose a series of debilitating public sector cuts. A government spokesman announced to a hastily assembled crowd of journalists and fishwives that the proposed budget cuts were to...

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Funny story: Republicans didn't know they needed to make cuts to reduce spending

Republicans didn't know they needed to make cuts to reduce spending

Washington DC--Republicans were shocked that they might have to cut spending to reduce the budget if they want to extend Bush Tax cuts that they think are so great for our economy. "I know that we have promised a lot of things in the past, and sur...

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Funny story: Government counter-terrorism strategy to price Al Qaeda off trains with a 10% annual fare hike

Government counter-terrorism strategy to price Al Qaeda off trains with a 10% annual fare hike

Opinion: THE mainstream media today chose to focus on the massive threat the UK faced from Cyber-terrorists, instead of an impressive cornerstone of government policy that will slash the threat from real world terrorism and strengthen government coff...

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Funny story: RAF Pilots to Train on Model Planes

RAF Pilots to Train on Model Planes

The Ministry of Defence has announced today that, from early next year, the Royal Air Force will be getting rid of all of its aircraft except those used to ferry officers, MPs and minor royals. In a massive cost cutting exercise 327 fixed wing air...

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Funny story: Defence in the Firing Line

Defence in the Firing Line

With the Government completing the spending review the Defence industries are feeling under fire. But a solution to their problems has emerged and our briefings tell us of remarkable last minute UK deals. We learn that Trident is back in favour an...

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Funny story: University Cuts - So What? Says Prof

University Cuts - So What? Says Prof

While academics everywhere are throwing their hands up in horror at the prospect of proposed £4.2 billion cuts in university funding, one professor welcomes them. "Bring it on!" says Lancelot D. Petrarch, head of the English Department at the Univ...

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Funny story: London Kiddies Plan Toddle On Whitehall Over Playground Cuts

London Kiddies Plan Toddle On Whitehall Over Playground Cuts

Hundreds of London's youngsters are planning a mass toddle in protest at spending cuts which threaten the future of the capital's adventure playgrounds. Borough councils in the Greater London area say playgrounds will have to close if no Governmen...

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Funny story: Benefit cut benefits

Benefit cut benefits

Following the announcement by British Prime Minister that child benefit payments will be cut researchers have unearthed some of the otherwise unseen benefits that are to come. Whilst some of the public are left seething by the PM's news others are mo...

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Funny story: Osborne Cuts Five letters From Alphabet

Osborne Cuts Five letters From Alphabet

CHANCELLOR George Osborne has stunned the English-speaking world by announcing plans to cut the alphabet. Speaking on Radio 4's Yesterday programme today, Osborne said that smarty-pant swots should not be allowed to protect the alphabet from swing...

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Funny story: "Job Cuts Will Not Lead To Higher Unemployment" - Chancellor

"Job Cuts Will Not Lead To Higher Unemployment" - Chancellor

The Government is to balance job losses from budget cuts by cutting welfare benefits, so getting people straight back to work. In an interview with Cloud 9 news, the chancellor Geogre Osborne said, "Too many people, mainly disabled, ill or just pl...

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Funny story: Government Cuts: Rebuilding of Stonehenge now in doubt

Government Cuts: Rebuilding of Stonehenge now in doubt

Hidden among the cuts announced by the government in the last few days is a project that was originally promoted as a key Conservative initiative. The rebuilding of Stonehenge into a fully operational sports stadium was suggested as an important ele...

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