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Funny story: Blears Quits Cabinet

Blears Quits Cabinet

Pint-size Communities Lunatic Hazel Blears, whose shock resignation from the Cabinet today has thrown the Government into even further disarray, has revealed her reasons for quitting. Speaking at a Press Conference, Blears announced that she took...

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Funny story: Esther's Teeth - Shock refusal to stand

Esther's Teeth - Shock refusal to stand

The faded television personality Esther Rantzen has unexpectedly withdrawn from her (doomed) quest to become an M.P. following a shock refusal from her teeth to be party to this charade. Calling a shock news conference to deliver the shock news her...

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Funny story: Top Doctors Called to Westminster

Top Doctors Called to Westminster

A team of medical experts are being rushed to London to deal with an 'unprecedented crisis' at Westminster. The team, from the Spinal Injuries Unit of Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Buckinghamshire, were called in by Prime Mincer Gollum Brown after...

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Funny story: Brown: I Won't Step Down. Ever.

Brown: I Won't Step Down. Ever.

Prime Mincer Gordon Brown said today he would not step down, despite polls showing NuLieBore could slump to a humiliating (and well-deserved) last place in European Elections this week. Brown, struggling to assert any authority after the MPs expen...

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Funny story: Prime Minister announces extraordinary parliamentary reforms

Prime Minister announces extraordinary parliamentary reforms

In a bold move the Prime Minister announced today reforms which will change the Mother of all Parliaments forever. Mr Gordon Brown said that the new reforms will not only clean up the current parliament but also save taxpayers £25 bln over a thirty y...

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Funny story: Darling's Position Under Threat

Darling's Position Under Threat

Pressure is growing on the Chancellor, Captain Darling, to quit his post following a series of damaging revelations over the weekend. Coming hard on the heels of allegations that he 'flipped' his second home designation forty times in four years,...

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Funny story: New Show Britain's Next Top Politican tipped to be a ratings winner

New Show Britain's Next Top Politican tipped to be a ratings winner

Channel 621 have come up with a brand new TV show to rival hit game show Deal or No Deal and Britain's Next Top Model. BNTP is the brain child of television executive Gordon Clown. It will feature twelve politicians, as selected by a panel of pol...

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Funny story: Burglar Bill to stand for Parliament

Burglar Bill to stand for Parliament

Following the recent announcements by several celebrities that they were going to stand against discredited MPs, another famous character has decided to throw their hat into the ring. Step forward Burglar Bill, best known from his adventures by Al...

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Funny story: Esther Rantzen To Stand Against Joanna Lumley In Luton

Esther Rantzen To Stand Against Joanna Lumley In Luton

There was great excitement in Luton, for once, today as former TV celebrity Esther Rantzen confirmed she WILL be standing as a candidate in Luton at the next parliamentary election. Miss Rantzen, 112, will be representing the newly-formed That's Life...

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Funny story: Michael Martin Sentenced to the Easy Chair

Michael Martin Sentenced to the Easy Chair

House of Commons speaker Michael Martin has been forced to resign because of the multiple corruption scandals in the British parliament. On martin's watch, MP's have stolen the Queen's undies, sang London bridge is falling down in numerous dentis...

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Funny story: BNP Securing British Right To Swindle Public

BNP Securing British Right To Swindle Public

The British National Party last night stated that it was waging a war on 'the growing menace of fact based politics in Britian.' BNP Spokesman Quentin Parker sent out a press release stating that "in the BNP we have noticed the gradual erosion of...

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Funny story: Gordon Brown To Call November Election

Gordon Brown To Call November Election

Gordon Brown let it be known last night that he may well call a November Election after being called upon by Labour and Conservative party members to set out a firm date. Mr Brown has had a stressful week in Parliament and the Expenses scandal may...

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Funny story: For Sale : Houses of Parliament

For Sale : Houses of Parliament

Fine 19th Century building, set in West London, improvements added in 1950s. Two buildings joined by old wooden door. Has own luxury restaurants, swimming pool, printing press with Royal Mint casts, and large pig trough. In the garden is old well, where you can use the ducking stool there for any thieves, perverts, liars or swindlers that are still hanging around the building after purchase.

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Funny story: Oliver Cromwell resurrected to sort out Parliament

Oliver Cromwell resurrected to sort out Parliament

Former Lord Protector of Great Britain, Oliver Cromwell, was resurrected by scientists today, to sort out the financial scandals at the Palace of Westminster. 'Right, men!', he said to his soldiers of the Ancient Model Army, 'attention! At ease. N...

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Funny story: Welcome to the Jeremy Clarkson regime!

Welcome to the Jeremy Clarkson regime!

In a thrilling contest at the polls, Jeremy Clarkson's Petrolhead Party, slammed Gordon Brown's ruling Labour Party at the polls yesterday, meaning that Clarkson now officially takes over as Prime Minister of Great Britain. In his first act as Pri...

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Funny story: England Bids for 2018 World Cup: Parliamentarians Offer to Foot the Bill

England Bids for 2018 World Cup: Parliamentarians Offer to Foot the Bill

England is bidding for the 2018 World Football Cup and the resources for such an expensive undertaking seem to be on the ready. MPs from far and near are offering to provide lodging for the world's teams as they converge upon John Bull's Island.

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Funny story: 'Sherlock Holmes and the Flying Pigs of Westminster'

'Sherlock Holmes and the Flying Pigs of Westminster'

As a thick fog descended on Baker Street in central London, Sherlock Holmes was having tea with his friend and colleague, Dr. Watson, and discussing the sleuth's latest case. 'Dashed disturbing, Holmes', the doctor said, 'I just can't think of how all those Parliamentary expense forms were never checked, or how they were used to steal millions of pounds over many years. We may have to call in t...

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