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Funny story: Political Corruption - First Trial

Political Corruption - First Trial

At the height of a political corruption trial, the prosecuting attorney attacked a witness. "Isn't it true," he bellowed, "that you accepted five thousand pounds to compromise this case?" The witness stared out the window, as though he hadn't heard the question, casually flicking his £2000 rolled-gold pen, and glancing occasionally at his Rolex watch, and humming to himself. "Isn't it true t...

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Funny story: Nick Clogg reveals plans to abolish 'bad' laws

Nick Clogg reveals plans to abolish 'bad' laws

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clogg has revealed plans to abolish unnecessary laws in a bid to shift the balance of power from the state to the people. The moves are intended to bolster the Coalition pledge that policy makers don't make law. People do. I asked a cross section of society what laws they would like to see repealed. The Smoker Speaking from a 6 inch hole in his throat cel...

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Funny story: Disabled march on Number 10

Disabled march on Number 10

The organizers of severely disabled people who are planning to take part in a protest march, over proposed spending cuts, have announced that the group is hoping to reach Number 10 by 2012. That's if all goes well and the wind is behind them.

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Funny story: PM in projectile storm

PM in projectile storm

Prime Minister David Cameron projectile vomited on a group of ladies yesterday while doing an unscheduled walkabout around the houses of parliament. Keen to promote the new budget, Mr.Cameron exited his bicycle under the shadow of Big Ben and approac...

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Funny story: Clegg slump scare

Clegg slump scare

Polls suggesting that the LibDems have lost a lot of support for rethinking their policy on VAT have been dismissed as inconsistent by a Party official. 'How can anyone support us in one month and turn on us the next? I have heard of people changi...

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Funny story: Budget Goes Down A Storm!

Budget Goes Down A Storm!

Little Lord Fontelroy said he was; "Vewee vewee happy wif daddies budget, it means mummy and I can continue to be stuck up rich bastards" In another statement, Ms Sloane said; "This budget has made us rich Chelsea socialites very happy, it means t...

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Funny story: Budget Massacre Feared

Budget Massacre Feared

The whole country is trembling at the thought of George Osborne's Budget Statement. 'I don't want anyone to panic' said George beaming 'but we have been left with the worst deficit since 1958, when England last left the World Cup in the First Roun...

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Funny story: Government Minister Promises to give straight answers!

Government Minister Promises to give straight answers!

It was a bit of job to get any members of the Government to reveal anything about the new Government strategy to come clean and speak openly and honestly in future press conferences. Eventually I found one, who agreed to meet me in the back of my Skoda Estelle, and answer my questions - he would not reveal his name, and it cost the Spoof nearly a months back-hander money. I can now reveal how...

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Funny story: The Coalition Opens Parliament Fudge Shop

The Coalition Opens Parliament Fudge Shop

'Cameron and Clegg's Fudge Kitchen' has now opened in Parliament, following the Queen's Speech. It boasts the largest number of fudges in Britain. Co-Proprietor, David Cameron explained how the shop works: "It's an exciting new coalition concept,...

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Funny story: David Cameron invites Sir Terry Leahy to Join Coalition

David Cameron invites Sir Terry Leahy to Join Coalition

Our nice new PM has been reported to have invited Sir Terry Leahy the retiring CEO of Tesco to join the coalition government. "Let's face it Tesco has more money than the government - so we would be pretty stupid to not ask him for help" said Da...

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Funny story: Abbott joins leadership race

Abbott joins leadership race

Diane Abbott is the perfect candidate to champion labour 'core values' - "A future rich for us" Abbott couldn't of done hypocrisy any better if she tried. Having slammed Tony Blair for sending his children to a selective school, she went one bette...

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Funny story: Oh dear, it's another 'public consultation'

Oh dear, it's another 'public consultation'

Politicials love 'public consultations' because they seem so democratic and open. "You tell us what you want and we'll do it" Right? No actually it's "You tell us what you want and then we'll ignore you and do what we want." a la Heathrow's 3rd ru...

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Funny story: Coalition Faces First Reichstag Question Time

Coalition Faces First Reichstag Question Time

This week Chancellor Adolf Hitler faced his first Fuhrer's Questions as leader of the Coalition with Benito Mussolini's Fascist party. It was formed when the Nazis failed to get an outright majority on the Night of the Long Knives. Both parties had c...

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Funny story: Fear and loathing in Westminster

Fear and loathing in Westminster

A maverick MP has dared to suggest an 80% pay-cut for all MPs in a move that has sent waves of panic through Westminster. James Rose, English Democrat MP for Lewisham East is to arrange a special vote on the matter which could leave MPs 'dreams of...

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Funny story: Not before time - no vote if you commit crime!

Not before time - no vote if you commit crime!

The governments latest proposal to remove the vote from all time serving criminals is welcomed by most intelligent Britons. However many believe now is the time to take the idea a little further and remove the franchise from all convicted criminals on a permanent basis. Let's face the fact that criminals choose to live outside the rules of decent society and prey upon the law abiding and as su...

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Funny story: World Cup Team Prepares but England Star Axed from Squad

World Cup Team Prepares but England Star Axed from Squad

Up and coming star David Laws is to be left out the England 2010 team. That was the news which stunned fans this week as the boys prepared for their first deficit-reduction match against Greece over the rest of this year. Laws had been widely expe...

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Funny story: All parties admit election slogans were a "running joke"

All parties admit election slogans were a "running joke"

All the main parties including the incumbent government have admitted their slogans were not worth the envelopes they were scribbled on. One MP, estimating he could make a cool £1m over the next term scoffed "What is change anyway? Hitler was 'cha...

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