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Fabulous F1 driver is so fast even the tax men can't catch him!

Funny story: Fabulous F1 driver is so fast even the tax men can't catch him!

Being a fantastic F1 driver, and world champion, has its advantages whilst being chased by taxmen driving Skoda's or Hyundai's. The fastest man in the world sitting in his snazzy sports car has such an advantage in reaching his private jet in time th...

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Brixton stallholder's fury at Osborne 'pasty' tax

Funny story: Brixton stallholder's fury at Osborne 'pasty' tax

London - An Electric Avenue jerk hut proprietor has spoken of his dismay at the new 20% VAT hike on hot takeaway food. "Damn tax on munchies in this time of adversities," Sammy Aikliss grumbled tonight, "filthy thievin Tory bastards is poachin the...

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Government to link tax on food to calories

Funny story: Government to link tax on food to calories

The British government has come up with a unique plan to raise funds by adding a Calorie Added Tax to all food stuff. This CAT is directly related to the calorie content of food such that one calorie equals one pence. Whilst this will have little...

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New Irish Prime Minister to be Michael O'Leary of RyanAir

Funny story: New Irish Prime Minister to be Michael O'Leary of RyanAir

With the Irish economy on meltdown (+25% VAT), the members of the Dail - the Irish Parliament, have accepted RyanAir chief executive Michael O'Leary as their new Premier. Former Prime Minister Brian Cowan agreed that Mr O'Leary was the perfect cho...

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VAT Survey Carried Out in Nottingham

Funny story: VAT Survey Carried Out in Nottingham

A survey carried out in Nottingham, to ascertain the views and queries about VAT (Value Added Tax) and it's increase to 20%, was carried out this week by the Spoofs Gazette. Here are some of the more printable responses: Grizelda Ondrugs (short skirted lady on the corner of the street): "Oh yea... it a shame innit?" Donald Cluck (Security Guard at Tesco, Hucknall): "Ther're all %ankers,...

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Dead people to pay VAT

Funny story: Dead people to pay VAT

The Government has announced that dead people will have to pay VAT on the amount of time it takes them to decompose. In a final attempt to balance the books, every person that dies after Wednesday 5th January will pay a VAT accredited tax levy on...

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Rooney and Tevez Demand Transfers following VAT Increase

Funny story: Rooney and Tevez Demand Transfers following VAT Increase

The morals of Premiership footballers hit a new low today as both Wayne Rooney and Carlos Tevez demanded either a transfer or a wage increase. The justification of both players was based around the VAT increase taking place in January as the UK mo...

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Man Buys Last Minute Thing at 11.59pm New Year's Eve

Funny story: Man Buys Last Minute Thing at 11.59pm New Year's Eve

BIRMINGHAM, ENG. - At a local PC World superstore Jack Smith was buying a 50-inch (127cm) Sony Bravia 3D just in time to beat the 1st Jan VAT rise in Britain. The VAT rise means that the price of the TV could rise from £600 (US$935) to £700 (US$1...

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Muggers to pay VAT on loot

Funny story: Muggers to pay VAT on loot

Convicted muggers are to be charged VAT at the recommended retail price of the items that have been stolen during the offence, the government is set to announce. Under the plans mugging victims will be obliged to produce receipts for the stolen pr...

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Fury at the rise announced in VAT rate in budget

Funny story: Fury at the rise announced in VAT rate in budget

There were scenes of upset, outrage and even violence today in response to the 2½% rise in the VAT rate announced by the Chancellor in his budget. While the Society for the Deaf thought the budget was something that eats bird seed and lives in a c...

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French birth rate boost: Aphrodisiac bread and V.A.T. on condoms

Funny story: French birth rate boost: Aphrodisiac bread and V.A.T. on condoms

French M.P.s, worried that France has become a nation of old people, have voted two measures to boost the nation's birth rate. One measure is that the French baguette is to be enhanced with an aphrodisiac substance, while V.A.T. is to be slapped o...

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VAT to be scrapped

Funny story: VAT to be scrapped

A leaked Government report has declared that the UK's 17.5% VAT is set to be replaced by a new tax that will transparently be aimed at fleecing the poorest members of our society even further. The new tax, entitled B.E.D. (Bleed Em Dry) tax will b...

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VAT to be removed completely

Funny story: VAT to be removed completely

Gordon Brown has today announced that VAT is to go from 15% to zero from the beginning of the the new tax year in April. In a bid to kick-start the economy the cut, which comes after a smaller one of 2.5%, is hoped to ensure that a recession is qu...

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UK Economy Booms Following VAT Rate Decrease

Funny story: UK Economy Booms Following VAT Rate Decrease

Wereinthemoney, England - The Labour government's plan to reduce the Value Added Tax (VAT) on goods and services from 17.5% to 15% took effect today with resounding results for the economy. The move to stimulate consumer spending and head off the imp...

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VAT To Be Charged On Value Added Tax

Funny story: VAT To Be Charged On Value Added Tax

Beleaguered UK businesses groaned this morning, when the Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair, Darling announced that, from 1st January 2009, VAT is to be charged on Value Added Tax. Mr Darling told ministers on Tuesday, that the government would...

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VAT Found Rummaging Berkshire on Hophead

Funny story: VAT Found Rummaging Berkshire on Hophead

UK'ers have been ferociously debating the VAT though the creature has never been captured or even seen by modren man. Reports of the beastie have surfaced across the United Kingdom though descriptions vary widely. At times it is described as a griffe...

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UK'ers Ask What's the Vat? Darling Says: "Let's Raise Her!"

Funny story: UK'ers Ask What's the Vat? Darling Says: "Let's Raise Her!"

United Kingdomers are divided over Alstair Darling's secret and now denied plan to raise the VAT. Since almost no one in the British Isles has any idea what a VAT is nevermind what a raise in the VAT might mean, the civil war over the possibly non ex...

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Chancellor cuts VAT rate to Zero

Funny story: Chancellor cuts VAT rate to Zero

In a dramatic bid to stimulate the British economy, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Right Reverend Dr Lord Sutch has decided to make a decision and cut the rate of VAT to zero. Speaking from an orange crate on the corner of Hyde Park this mor...

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