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Millions suffocate as Government privatises the oxygen industry. More soon. 0
dominic_mcg 30.11.13 11:00am
dominic_mcg
‘The BBC has learned’ most annoying phrase say Sky sources

According to a new Sky News viewer poll, ‘The BBC has learned’ is the all-time most irritating and pompous phrase uttered by newsreaders on tv news channels. “It makes my blood boil”...

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farmer giles 30.11.13 9:58am
farmer giles
Horse wins 'music critic of the year' award.

[url=http://www.theguardian.com/music/2013/nov/29/dappy-ndubz-kicked-face-horse]More soon.[/url]...

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FOAD 30.11.13 8:29am
Titus
Never mind. 0
FOAD 30.11.13 8:14am
FOAD
Deleted - server playing silly buggers. 0
FOAD 30.11.13 8:12am
FOAD
Christmas Cocaine sales up 70% thanks to 'Nigella Effect'

It seems like every year there is a new must-have ingredient for the Christmas table, and this year is all about cocaine. Not satisfied with soaring sales of goose fat after featuring it in one of...

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doublepaulrice 30.11.13 7:26am
ゴルゴ13
All benefits must be collected from top of mountain says Iain Duncan Smith

‘The benefits system should be about incentivising people,’ said the Work and Pensions Secretary, ‘and by placing benefits on the tops of mountains we are encouraging the unemployed to get off...

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Ludicity 30.11.13 2:58am
Squudge
Cameron asks energy suppliers to cut prices for MPs and floating voters. 0
deskpilot3 29.11.13 11:41pm
deskpilot3
Shy contortionist comes out of himself 0
cinquecento 29.11.13 10:31pm
cinquecento
Salmond accepts New Year Knighthood with bad grace 0
Drylaw 29.11.13 10:22pm
Drylaw
Office Xmas party bloodbath after 'Secret Satan' invitation typo 1
Idiot 29.11.13 10:21pm
Midfield Diamond
Non-stick saucepans "not made out of sticks" 0
nickb 29.11.13 9:31pm
nickb
Office Secret Santa ‘an absolute nightmare’, say GCHQ staff

Staff at the British intelligence agency, GCHQ, are ‘dreading’ the return of the office secret santa this year, claiming that the modern festive tradition has become ‘unbearable’, due to...

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Jesus H 29.11.13 5:03pm
Jesus H
Baking the Books for Christmas

In an effort to breathe new life into the book world this Christmas, some publishers have noted the continuing popularity of cookery and baking, and taken the bold step of persuading some of their...

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Iggy Pop-Barker 29.11.13 4:53pm
Iggy Pop-Barker
Cameron outlines plans to cut Scottish immigrants’ benefits

David Cameron has given details today of proposals to restrict the amount of benefits that Scottish immigrants to the UK can claim should Scotland vote for independence next year. Under the plans...

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ianslat 29.11.13 4:27pm
jimmydodger
Lose a leg for us this Dismember, urges charity

A local charity is raising awareness of its cause by calling the twelfth month of the year "Dismember" and urging the public to "chop one off for us", it was confirmed yesterday. 'It doesn't have to...

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SuburbanDad 29.11.13 4:01pm
SuburbanDad
First TripAdvisor-style testimonial appears on new NHS website...

Joe Tanner, a mobile operative with npower, is one of the first in-patients to leave feedback about his hospital stay on the new NHS website. “I was looked after very well. After being left on a...

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Tripod 29.11.13 3:59pm
Tripod
Nigella upset that her PAs may have been taking money from the ''joint' account 0
Smart Alex 29.11.13 3:54pm
Smart Alex
Zitcoin fortune left on bus

Brad Zed, a hipster techie in London's Silicon Roundabout, is in shock today after realising he left a memory stick on a bus in Old Street. On that stick was a virtual wallet, containing 1000...

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Beer Sampler 29.11.13 2:59pm
Beer Sampler
Silver shortage hits government werewolf cull

More to follow...

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apepper 29.11.13 1:27pm
apepper
Badger cull ends early after badgers declared extinct

New data suggests that, since the badger is now extinct, it is unlikely that the target number of badger deaths will be met in the remaining 3 weeks of the cull window. Government spokesman Sir Hugh...

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NewBiscuit 29.11.13 1:11pm
NewBiscuit
Charity set up for troubled comet

An on-line charity has been set up aimed at getting food and medical supplies out to the troubled Comet Ison, Remnants of the comet, which was declared dead after flying too close to the sun are now...

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Uncle Bertie 29.11.13 1:07pm
Uncle Bertie
Ed Miliband Chooses Robbie Williams Singing "Engels" As A Desert Island Disc

(I fear this gag has been made before, in which case I apologise.) Perhaps he might have chosen "He ain't heavy, he's my brother" or something by Wet Wet Wet. I am sure other biscuiteeers will be...

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Titus 29.11.13 12:59pm
James Pluside
Johnson's Identical Council Estate Twin "A bit of a divvy"

London Mayor Boris Johnson's remarks on the inherent intellectual superiority of 2% of the population have been thrown into perspective by the discovery of his long-lost twin on a Chingford Council...

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blokefromstoke 29.11.13 12:39pm
blokefromstoke
Global crop failures ‘a growing problem’ says expert 0
farmer giles 29.11.13 10:13am
farmer giles
Fresh blow for Nigella 5
custard cream 29.11.13 10:02am
raudus
Cameron sex tape sparks revolution in international politics

Following David Cameron’s suggestion to the public that they should “have a conversation” about porn with his wife, a new era has emerged in world politics., The webcam service that was set up...

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Jugglia 29.11.13 9:28am
Oxbridge
Where to find on-line reviews of hallucinagenic drugs - Tripadvisor

Cap doff to Titus...

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Smart Alex 29.11.13 9:14am
Titus
Council bans minorities from saying they're not offended by Christmas

Suburbiton Council has called for more government funding and uniformed manpower as it extends its war on seasonal festivities. "Banning Xmas was just the start," said Dave Trotter, Global Diversity...

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ronseal 29.11.13 9:01am
ronseal
Nigella hoping for snow this Christmas 0
Smart Alex 29.11.13 8:26am
Smart Alex