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‘Where’s Wally?’ to be re-branded as ‘Where’s Ed?’ 0
Duncan Biscuit 3 years
Blacks Leisure shares collapse as Occupy protestor numbers dwindle 0
Duncan Biscuit 3 years
Home births associated with higher risk of sanctimonious harridans 0
Duncan Biscuit 3 years
Arcadia to close more loop holes 4
Rich Liszt 3 years

Arcadia group owner Sir Philip Green says he has been forced to close around 260 of the fiscal loop holes that he uses to avoid paying his fair share of tax here in the UK, Sir Philip claims that...

Tantric News!: Sting reflects on 25 years of solo success. 1
SingingHinny 3 years
Ad agencies employing qualified ‘emotional rapists’ over Christmas period 12
Qoxiivi 3 years

Advertising agencies have taken to hiring freelance emotional rapists in order to fulfil retailers’ demands for increasingly cynical and manipulative Christmas commercials. According to Tony...

Clegg signed up by Cameron on new youth employment scheme. More soon. 0
Al OPecia 3 years
Apple steps up patent war, takes fruit supplier to court 0
RobAngry 3 years

Major smartphone manufacturer Apple has been dragging spurious cases through the courts yet again this week. With news of its bitter patent dispute with Android vendors HTC and Samsung still...

Harry Pothead? No, just rollups, honest! 0
Flexicon 3 years

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has denied smoking marijuana at a party, after a report appeared in British tabloid the Daily Mirror. "We categorically deny the allegations regarding Daniel...

Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes and Roger Taylor to close 260 BHS and Top Shop stores 2
Iamthestig 3 years
JK Rowling evidence 'lacks early Hogwarts magic', complains Leveson Inquiry 1
The Paper Ostrich 3 years

Lord Leveson has given an uncompromising thumbs-down to the latest offering from Harry Potter author JK Rowling, branding the new work 'tedious and lacking in that early Hogwarts magic.' Rowling...

Lumberjacks to join general strike as some 'face the axe' 2
Perks 3 years

The National Union of Lumberjacks have today announced the results of a recent ballot on strike action. It has received overwhelming support from it's members of which 54% voted for action, with a...

Gas watchdog to be renamed, 'Off-rip' 0
Smart Alex 3 years
British Gas announces simplified 'Give us all your money' tariff 12
Boutros 3 years

In response to criticism of over-complicated tariffs, British Gas has announced its radical new '100%' tariff. No longer will customers need to read a meter or worry about leaving lights burning or...

DWP chief hopes for new 'Dole-Line' technology 4
bonjonelson 3 years
Japanese people think the new iPhone voice controlled assistant is "Silly" 2
gaijintendo 3 years
Sienna Miller wins BAFTA for her performance in "The Leveson Inquiry". More soon 1
dominic_mcg 3 years
Chaos expected on Wednesday as placard makers union joins strike. More soon. 0
dominic_mcg 3 years
RSPB spokesman defends record migration figures. More soon. 0
dominic_mcg 3 years
Rowling cries plagiarism against media who targeted children to sell more copies 0
CJWorkman 3 years
Tributes paid as last man to remember a time when there were no bananas, dies. 0
dominic_mcg 3 years
Overcrowded zoos are the elephant in the room 4
Username 3 years
‘Stonehenge is just scaffolding’ claim experts 13
Immunis 3 years

After many tens of years of investigation, the meaning behind the ancient monument of Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain may finally have been discovered. Mike Smith Professor of Useless Knowledge and his...

Stopped breathing while on your iPhone? - Apple has Sleep Apnoea for that 1
brownpaperreporter 3 years
Henman crashes out of World Tour Finals commentary team at group stage 3
grumblechops 3 years

Tim Henman, the former British Number 1, looks increasingly likely to end his run in the BBC commentary team during the group stages of the ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 Arena. The perennial...

Emergency Diversity Coordinators to be drafted in as strike cover 0
GreenCross 3 years

As Wednesday's public sector strikes look set to go ahead, senior officials in a number of government departments are making emergency plans to draft in managers as cover for the nation's vital...

David Beckham chooses PSG 0
Paulwoods 3 years

David Beckham chooses PSG - What a name for a baby...

Outsourced Santa transforms Occupy Bristol camp into Christmas Market sensation 0
Squib 3 years

When retired economics teacher Bernard Clore lost his regular seasonal job to an on-screen Santa at a call-centre in India, he vowed to make a stand, setting up a ‘Real Santa’s Grotto’ hut at...

Thousands of BNP volunteers flock to man Immigration desks on 30th November 0
brownpaperreporter 3 years
Young Tories demonstrate the dangers of experimenting with humour 1
Shandy 3 years

An experiment with humour which went badly wrong should serve as 'a lesson to us all' Said a health and safety spokesperson, after some puffy cheeked young conservatives burnt an effigy of Obama,...