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Funny story: "End Crude Insults" PM Says

"End Crude Insults" PM Says

Gordon Broon has called for an end to crude political insults. Speaking at the launch of his new policy to tax rosary beeds Mr Broon said "The time has come to ditch all the name calling and verbal assaults. I think that the public are sick and tired...

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Funny story: New Speaker of the House of Commons Elected

New Speaker of the House of Commons Elected

With all eyes on who was going to get elected into the job of Speaker of the House of Commons, nobody seemed to notice that the job description had been changed. The role that John Bercow now takes up is significantly different from that carried out...

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Funny story: ITV Launch 'Speaker Idol'

ITV Launch 'Speaker Idol'

Never let it be said that the canny executives at ITV are slow off the mark when seizing a new broadcasting opportunity, and the crisis at Westminster over the MPs expenses claims has afforded them a chance to catch public attention yet again with a...

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Funny story: Speaker Smacks Tory

Speaker Smacks Tory

House of Commons Speaker Michael Martin, under mounting pressure to quit his post, lived up to his "Gorbals Mick" nickname by headbutting a Tory backbencher during a furious debate on the expenses scandal. Rupert Farquahar, MP for Upper Rimming in...

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Funny story: Speaker of the House of Commons in the cow dung

Speaker of the House of Commons in the cow dung

The National Farmers Union is taking the Speaker of the House of Commons to the European Court on two counts. Firstly, they are questioning why he is called the speaker when he never actually makes a speech. And secondly, and more importantly,...

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Funny story: Thought Balloons Appear in House of Commons

Thought Balloons Appear in House of Commons

London - Thought balloons mysteriously appeared over the heads of Members of Parliament last week in the House of Commons disrupting proceedings. Speaker Michael Martin was at a loss as to how to proceed as protocols are largely based on speaking, no...

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Funny story: Britain's Prisons to Close

Britain's Prisons to Close

Today the government hinted that it is not interested in people who are given custodial sentences of less than a year anyway, so why should they be interested in those with 10 years either?...

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