When the Daily Mail can publish headlines like "Husband Poisoned Ex-Wife By Slipping Mercury In Her Tea So He Could Rekindle Their Relationship" what's the point of trying to spoof that?
Or "Give Over - No Way - Is That Obama? Life Size Figure in Blackpool Bids For World's Worst Waxwork Title".
There are many other examples which could be taken to mean that the Mail is subscribing to The Spoof.
I mean, you couldn't make those headlines up, could you?
Or is The Mail really The Spoof in print?
Answers on a postcard to Horace Batchelor, Department One, Keynsham (spelt K-E-Y-N-S-H-A-M) Keynsham, Bristol.
The above homage to Radio Luxembourg will be recognised by few.