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Funny story: Piracy on the high seas is back

Piracy on the high seas is back

Brexit Britain is a sea of opportunity. According to Tory MP Iain Duncan-Smith, he wishes he was 22 again, so that he could take advantage of those opportunities and start "buccaneering" again. But a pirate ship is no place for a bald old man with…

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Funny story: Spoof Topples Minister

Spoof Topples Minister

Could an item in The Spoof have resulted in IDS's resignation? No, probably not, but let's take a look at the "facts" of the matter. Reacting to the budget, Ian Duncan Smith spoke to The Spoof (disguising himself cleverly as Jan Doodleberg Scmit)...

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Funny story: God has resigned

God has resigned

In a shock announcement this morning God announced his resignation over the outcome of the UK General Election in which David Cameron was reelected with an overall majority. An angel appeared in our offices this morning with the announcement, whe...

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Funny story: Iain Duncan Smith strewn in Lobster Thermidor by Unemployed Father of Seven

Iain Duncan Smith strewn in Lobster Thermidor by Unemployed Father of Seven

The Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith's early evening meal was rudely interrupted by a Capital Radio's phone in winner Sid Eccles yesterday at Hoorays restaurant in WC1. Mr Eccles, long term unemployed and father of seven kids, was there enjoying a 'no h...

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Funny story: Cameron tells jobless "Wear blindfolds in supermarkets or lose benefits."

Cameron tells jobless "Wear blindfolds in supermarkets or lose benefits."

The Prime Minister has announced plans to introduce the wearing of blindfolds in supermarkets for all benefit claimants which will be introduced of the Tories win the next General Election in May. The new requirement will apply to anyone claiming...

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Funny story: Iain Duncan Smith says that anyone healthy enough to claim benefits doesn't need benefits

Iain Duncan Smith says that anyone healthy enough to claim benefits doesn't need benefits

Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Iain Duncan Smith has outlined a new philosophy on benefit claimants while talking to the BBC, suggesting that anyone well enough to claim benefits probably doesn't need them. Speaking of people with mental...

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Funny story: English Parliament to Criminalize the Celebration of Christmas by Welfare Claimants

English Parliament to Criminalize the Celebration of Christmas by Welfare Claimants

There will be no dreaming of a white trash Christmas on the council estate or the trailer park for benefit claimants from 2016 if the Government succeed in passing a law to prohibit the celebration of Christmas by those in receipt of welfare revealed...

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Funny story: Unemployed to be forced to wear identifying badges

Unemployed to be forced to wear identifying badges

The Work and Pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith today announced that the unemployed will from now on be forced to wear a badge identifying them as 'Work Shy' so that members of the public can easily identify them. "For too long the Work Shy have...

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Funny story: Osborne arrested for 'stomping the green shoots of recovery'

Osborne arrested for 'stomping the green shoots of recovery'

Police have today cautioned George Osborne and issued an interim restraining order banning him from all garden centres, after reports that he was seen 'maliciously stamping on the green shoots of recovery'. Osborne is reported to have roamed the h...

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Funny story: Cameron rebuked by OBR for quoting the fairies he is away with

Cameron rebuked by OBR for quoting the fairies he is away with

After a complaint from the independent Office for Budget Responsibility yesterday, the Coalition has sought to disprove that David Cameron said that black was white and misquoted the OBR. A Coalition spokesman today made it 'absolutely clear' that Mr Cameron has not been telling any lies, fibs or porkies, but merely adhering to a new Coalition lexicon to standardise political statements. T...

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Funny story: IDS thinks shelf stacking more important than Geology

IDS thinks shelf stacking more important than Geology

Work and Pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith has said that people should not think that they are too good to work for free in supermarkets on the governments back to work scheme. He told the Andrew Marr program this morning that the government would...

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Funny story: Government U Turn on listening to the Public

Government U Turn on listening to the Public

In August of 2011 David Cameron said that the government would listen to the almost 2m people who signed a petition against road pricing. Just over a year later the government announce plans to introduce rode pricing by 2015. "Look we had to prete...

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Funny story: Government Sack Benefit Cheats

Government Sack Benefit Cheats

Government officials have outlined plans to sack benefit cheats and replace them with people that might have cheated, but did not have the bottle to do so. The change in circumstances for many fraudsters means they will no longer be able to sustain t...

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Funny story: McDondalds to replace Atos in new deal for spongers says Duncan Smith

McDondalds to replace Atos in new deal for spongers says Duncan Smith

In yet another dramatic climb-down for the government, Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith announced today that ATOS will no longer be carrying out medical assessments on the sick and disabled, ending the government's controversial contract...

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Funny story: Nottingham Market Square Demonstrations lose out to JCP phenomenon!

Nottingham Market Square Demonstrations lose out to JCP phenomenon!

The combined demonstrations of the 'Occupation of the Nottingham Market Square', and the 'The Hardest Hit campaign Demo', were put into the shade yesterday, as it was discovered that Two teenagers had obtained jobs through the local JCP (Jobcentre Pl...

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Funny story: Is our Government trying to 'STOP' Unemployed Youngsters from getting jobs?

Is our Government trying to 'STOP' Unemployed Youngsters from getting jobs?

Increasing numbers of Britain's older unemployed job seekers are saying they're afraid to visit job centres to sign on each fortnight because younger unemployed people there stare at them menacingly and seem to think the older job seekers are taking...

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Funny story: Stick to foreign workers, unemployed Brits urge UK firms

Stick to foreign workers, unemployed Brits urge UK firms

UK businesses should recruit more people from overseas rather than relying on unemployed young Brits who would much rather spend their time dossing about at their state funded home all day, according to unemployed young Brits. The request flies in...

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