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Funny story: ConDem Government to extend London underground and Heathrow

ConDem Government to extend London underground and Heathrow

In a brave move to "get Britain moving", the Department for Transport has announced a dramatic plan for both the London Underground and Heathrow Airport. The Minister for Transport, Con Seezontiquet, announced that work starts immediately on exten...

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Funny story: London Underground Gives Away Free Tube Socks to Riders

London Underground Gives Away Free Tube Socks to Riders

In an effort to boost ridership, the London Underground today announced plans to begin immediately giving out free tube socks to its patrons. Teaming with London merchant, Harrods, the socks will carry the London Underground logo in red and blue on a...

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Funny story: London underground infested with donkeys

London underground infested with donkeys

A new report published today by Transport for London (TFL), the government body responsible for most aspects of the transport system in London, has warned of a sharp increase in the number of donkeys plaguing the underground rail network. The do...

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Funny story: Commuters Will Soon Be Able To Use Mobile Phones On Tube

Commuters Will Soon Be Able To Use Mobile Phones On Tube

Boris Johnson is hoping to be able to revamp the capital's mobile phone network before the London Olympics in 2012. A generous Chinese phone technology giant has offered to install new receivers into the London Underground System so that for the f...

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Funny story: Tube Worker gets caught out, Crow furious!

Tube Worker gets caught out, Crow furious!

It is today learnt that a Tube Worker, a Mr. Chia Li Peng, originally from Malaysia, was summarily dismissed after his supervisor caught him masturbating behind the ticket window. Peng was assigned to Booking Office duties yesterday, 19th December...

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Funny story: The RMT Union schedules strike action for Royal Wedding

The RMT Union schedules strike action for Royal Wedding

RMT union leader Bob Crow has caused raw anger by declaring his intention to ballot members for strike action on the London Underground for 29th April 2011, the date of the Royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton. A statement relea...

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Funny story: London Underground: Strike Update

London Underground: Strike Update

Its carnage, CARNAGE, CARNGE across London this morning as millions of zombies decend onto London's streets. Yes, its true, London Underground have yet again gone on strike and the average commuter has to brave it to the office overground where th...

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Funny story: Waterloo Station Closed as Fed Up Tube Passengers Turn on Staff

Waterloo Station Closed as Fed Up Tube Passengers Turn on Staff

London's Premier railway station at Waterloo was closed for 2 hours this lunchtime after around 100 desperate and confused London Underground customers went on the rampage. A poster announcing the strike at the Notwork Fail managed station was pla...

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Funny story: Isle of Wight Workers Praised After Tube Strike Effort

Isle of Wight Workers Praised After Tube Strike Effort

Workers who struggled to work on the Isle of Wight yesterday despite the strike by London Underground staff were praised by a business chief. Colin Plastic, chairman of the island's Chamber of Commerce, said: "Our people are fantastic! "They ha...

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Funny story: Peter Andre and Victoria, mysterious girl smell.

Peter Andre and Victoria, mysterious girl smell.

No, Not Victoria Beckham, but Victoria Station. - Eight people, including two passengers, complained of headaches and nausea when an "unusual smell" was reported at Victoria Tube station in London. Peter Andre who was travelling through the stati...

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Funny story: Isle Of Wight Businesses Braced For Tube Strike

Isle Of Wight Businesses Braced For Tube Strike

A second strike by London Underground workers set to start on Sunday night is expected to bring chaos to thousands of commuters trying to get to work on Monday morning. But Isle of Wight businesses are determined it will be "business as usual."...

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Funny story: Bob Crow visits from the past

Bob Crow visits from the past

Today the UK satellite system picked up a fluctuation in the country's background radiation levels which was revealed to be the appearance of RMT spokesman Bob Crow and his time travelling tube carriage. Having been living in the past Bob was la...

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Funny story: Gap ends 20 year sponsorship of the Tube

Gap ends 20 year sponsorship of the Tube

Gap, the clothing store giants are to end their twenty-year association with the London Tube system. For years, passengers on the underground have heard the phrase "Mind the Gap" whenever a train is pulling into the station, and now this will end.

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Funny story: Bob Crow To Be Knighted?

Bob Crow To Be Knighted?

Millions of Londoners, struggling to make their way to work in the teeth of the London Underground strike were left absolutely gobsmacked as rumours surfaced that RMT union supremo Bob Crow is to be knighted for his services to the people of London.

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Funny story: Blair Beats the Strikers

Blair Beats the Strikers

Wayne Rooney experienced some competition today, before the Switzerland game, with strikers in London and Paris endangering his position as the No 1 Striker. In Paris, the French are objecting to the retirement age being raised to 62 - on hearing...

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Funny story: Tube Strike "No Effect" Say IoW Businessmen

Tube Strike "No Effect" Say IoW Businessmen

Strikers hoping to bring chaos to the transport system have completely failed, say heads of Isle of Wight business. London Underground workers walked out in two waves at 5pm and 9pm on Monday in a row over job cuts. The strike is the first in a se...

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Funny story: Facebook usage declines as London workers can't get to work

Facebook usage declines as London workers can't get to work

Millions of commuters across the British capital struggled to get to work on Tuesday, as a 24-hour strike by workers on London's underground rail system crippled much of the internet. Sales were down at online stores due to secretaries not being a...

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