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Decriminalisation of licence fee dodging "symptomatic of dangerous BBC liberalis

A right-wing think-tank has slammed the proposed move to decriminalise those who don't pay the BBC licence fee as "yet another example of dangerous permissive thinking" at the corporation. The...

gnarlyb 24.03.14 2:04pm
Radio 3 to merge with Buzzfeed. Expect more Liszt 0
Andy Gilder 24.03.14 1:00pm
Andy Gilder
Archeologist discovers ancient woman buried under layers of makeup 1
Dumbnews 24.03.14 12:58pm
Son of Barnabas
Alternative comic who mistook bathos for pathos got sympathetic round of applaus

Drat! one bloody character short again! Less next time...

blacklesbianandproudofit 24.03.14 12:56pm
Son of Barnabas
Putin Attends Meetings Wearing a Balaclava

It has also been revealed that he has signed the Crimean Independence document as Mikael Mouse. As a former KGB operative Putin has a reticence to reveal his identity to anybody and should a Galtieri...

Guillermo De Snookio 24.03.14 11:58am
Guillermo De Snookio
Sub withdrawn 0
Gary Stanton 24.03.14 11:29am
Gary Stanton
Putin congratulates Abramovich for successful annexation of North London

First Spurs, now Arsenal...

DorsetBoy 24.03.14 11:28am
Midfield Diamond
Shania Twain found sleeping rough in back-streets of Dundee

There was confusion yesterday in the city of Dundee when singer-songwriter Shania Twain was discovered living amongst the city's homeless. It is unclear how long the Canadian country-pop star had...

bookiesfriend 24.03.14 11:27am
Another Big Row In Downing Street…..

….Osborne forgot to close the gate. "Remember, Ozzie, We're a gated community", shouts Cameron...

Jesse Bigg 24.03.14 11:20am
Not Amused
Heritage industry want Uk to be Rebranded as the Land of 'Ye Olde Gifte Shoppe'

China called the Uk 'nothing but a theme park'. Enlivened by that idea some in the heritage industry see it as an opportunity to make 'Ye Olde Gifte Shoppe' a global brand. "We could all dress up",...

Dun Dunkin 24.03.14 11:14am
Doubts raised over Shania law in UK

Controversial moves to impose Shania law were thrown into confusion when opponents raised concerns about how it would be enacted. Melissa Roberts from the 'Say No to Shania Law' campaign said,...

custard cream 24.03.14 11:12am
Tower of Piza gains listed status 25
bonjonelson 24.03.14 10:55am
custard cream
Pistorius trial latest: "I was aiming high" 0
Bigglesworth 24.03.14 10:35am
British Referendum : Not to charge people for not voting

A referendum to be held on whether to not fine no voters. The British people will be asked to vote on whether to not fine people for not voting...

footinmouth 24.03.14 8:22am
Scottish referendum - Scotland to join Russian Federation

Scotland to hold referendum to see if it should not join the Russian Federation. No comment from Salmond about using the apathy and absence of Scottish voter to direct the vote in his favour...

footinmouth 24.03.14 8:19am
BBC Managers Worried Re Morning Kettle Noise…..

….Greatly affecting speech radio programmes...

Jesse Bigg 24.03.14 8:16am
Jesse Bigg
The Eagles release new hit, "Airbnb California" 0
Dumbnews 24.03.14 2:59am
Canal + opening branches in Amsterdam and Venice.

"It's a natural fit for us", says spokesman...

Maverick 24.03.14 12:11am
Government promises "a Lego press-stud for every head" to combat climate change.

The Coallition government has promised swift action in response to a report from the Foresight Futures "Heads Up" programme on headwear and the effects of climate change. The report highlights...

Al OPecia 23.03.14 11:54pm
Lens Cap
Putin might be planning on attacking other countries nobody has heard of

NATO analysts are scratching their heads as Russia amasses troops on the borders of countries nobody in NATO has heard of or cares about. 'Apparently they are looking at attacking Moldova,' said one...

throngsman 23.03.14 11:46pm
Cameron - British satellites will spot debris 'if we're allowed near'

PM David Cameron has defended the failure of British satellites to spot stuff floating in the sea while the search continues for the missing airliner. 'We would obviously use our satellites but every...

throngsman 23.03.14 10:13pm
Syrian pilot was Tweeting, says Turkish Air Force

Amid a diplomatic furore, the Turkish Air Force has admitted to shooting down a Syrian fighter plane. 'We received credible intel that the pilot of the Syrian jet had tweeted that he'd just had a...

throngsman 23.03.14 10:06pm
Health and Safety requires Jagger to wear "I'm not the corpse" tag at funeral 0
sydalg 23.03.14 9:36pm
Pension Fund Managers 'really regret not sending George Osborne a Xmas card'

Apologies for using the tabloid spelling of Christmas, but the ticker space is too bloody short - has this been mentioned this week?...

throngsman 23.03.14 9:23pm
Not Amused
Boris - 'apparently UK is part of Ukraine, the first part' 2
throngsman 23.03.14 9:14pm
Internet overloaded with pictures of satellite pictures of distant rubbish... 0
deskpilot3 23.03.14 8:56pm
Shoplifter in Currys blames GP for telling him to keep taking the Tablets.

There's a joke in there somewhere...

deskpilot3 23.03.14 8:54pm
Sales exec “closely identifies” with WW1 soldiers

“The parallels are uncanny. WW1 troops had an enemy with almost identical weapons and tactics – the Germans. We’ve got CoreSoft, who produce an almost identical software solution to us. Our...

deceangli 23.03.14 7:19pm
Next on BBC One - "A Question of Ballet", hosted by Mickey Flanagan 0
Andy Gilder 23.03.14 7:18pm
Andy Gilder
Hansel & Gretel develop Type 2 diabetes; lifestyle blamed

“It turns out that living in a house made entirely out of confectionery isn’t particularly healthy”, said a perplexed Kevin McCloud. “Have to say, though, this house is delightful – quirky,...

deceangli 23.03.14 7:15pm