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Political correctness goes mad as Stephen Hawkings to appear in Beeb's Strictly 0
Basil_B 3 years

Controvesy once again embroils the BBC as the organisation is accused of blatant political correctness by allowing the appearance of Professor Stephen Hawkings in the next series of Strictly Come...

US Troops in Afghanistan launch new offensive 0
Sharpehunter 3 years

US Troops have today launched what many describe as an extreme form of chemical and biological warfare today. The War Department say that the month of Ramadan is an ideal time to take advantage and...

Electrocuted Saudi man, beheaded for smelling like grilled bacon.. 1
Sharpehunter 3 years
Deal or no deal contestant disqualified for not showing enough OTT emotion. 0
Basil_B 3 years
Teenage Hooker says "69 impossible with Crouchy, even in stilts..." 0
Sharpehunter 3 years
Police condemn latest wave of 'do it yourself riots' 1
Barrel o Biscuits 3 years

Police and paramedics were called to a house in Strathbone Close, Lincoln this evening after a serious scrimmage broke out between a number of competing TV production companies. The trouble began as...

New superbug will reduce NHS running costs. 3
Griffin 3 years
'Giant weetabix' will mop up Pakistan's flood waters and provide nourishment 0
dicky37 3 years

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Inspector Lestrade gets Mayor's backing 0
roybland 3 years

Scotland Yard's clueless detective, Inspector G Lestrade, is to at last get proper recognition, thanks to the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson.,  , Johnson, who recently met Lestrade, said he was...

Man dislikes attitude of office cleaner, idly wonders if she is a terrorist 0
la maga 3 years
Superbug not as super as first thought 0
PluckyMunky 3 years

'Its a real menace, in fact', said Dr Irene Slaine, consultant surgeon at King's College Hospital...

Manchester celebrates as Moss Side downgraded from Shootey to Slightly Stabby 3
simonjmr 3 years
Mystery find in oldest Yorkshire house 8
MrChigleysAunt 3 years

Archaeologists excavating Yorkshire's oldest house have recovered a number of household objects both familiar and less familiar. Finds include whippet and pigeon bones, a remarkably well-preserved...

Scientists: sandwiches provided for office lunches 'undermining national morale' 0
la maga 3 years
Peter Crouch says '69' virtually impossible.... he has tried it! 0
Sharpehunter 3 years
Spain laughs at Cameron's plans for Costa Del So'cia'l! 0
Sharpehunter 3 years

Well David Cameron has certainly raised a few eyebrows with his inventive approach to tackling debt and international statesmanship. But the Spanish are giving it some serious hooah after he...

Singlemuslim.com suspened for Ramadan - due to 'no shagging' rule! 2
Sharpehunter 3 years

Singlemuslim.com has suspended their website today to mark the month of Ramadan to prevent their members from temptation. As it is accepeted that practice of sexual activity is taboo during the holy...

French to allow burkas made of clingfilm 4
virtuallywill 3 years

The Law will also be transparent...

Mecca clock 579 years slow 2
ramblesnake 3 years
Box of frogs to sue over 'Westwood Simile' 0
pinxit 3 years

A group of box-dwelling frogs in Tring are taking a national newspaper to court over allegations that they share similarities to British fashion-designer Dame Vivienne Westwood. "It's outrageous!"...

Brighton respond to talent drain by launching Brighton Minge Festival.. 0
Sharpehunter 3 years

Every year all the funny, curious and genuinely off the wall residents of Brighton move across the border to spend their summer month at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. To compete Brighton are hoping...

Gibb Bros launch legal campaign against Beckhams pants policy.. 0
Sharpehunter 3 years

International music sensations Robin and Barry Gibbs have today launched a legal suit against global royalty David and Victoria Beckham's new underwear range. The range called BGS or BeeGeeS which...

New rules mean all US economy books will end at Chapter 11. 0
Mrblacker 3 years
Playing fields of Eton saved from Gove's Playbuilder axe 2
roybland 3 years
Argos lauch edible catalogue to feed needy and to help recycling.. 3
Sharpehunter 3 years

Those living on the bread-line who are Argos largest customer base were celebrating the launch yesterday of Argos new Edible Catalogue. The initiative is in response to criticism about the mass...

Argos launch new 'Recession Range' 4
Sharpehunter 3 years

Argos hit headlines again this morning with their unveiling of the new 'Recession Range' of products. The Recession Range is accompanied by a catchy new strap line slogan 'Crap for those who don't...

Archaeologists hampered in excavation of Britain's oldest house 3
Scroat 3 years

A massive pile of junk mail is preventing access to the dwelling, which dates from 8,500 BC...

Break in news: Plasma TV's, iPads and Xboxes stolen from Acacia Avenue 0
simonjmr 3 years
Scouse kids outsource car 'minding' to India 10
Oxbridge 3 years

For five generations - nearly 70 years - proud Liverpudlians have handed the trade down to their sons. But soon the cheeky yet menacing call of 'Can I look after yer car, Mister?' will be no more...

Stephen Gerrard "If I was an England fan I would probably boo as well..!" 4
Sharpehunter 3 years

Alan Hanson who was there says "Well, now we have heard it all, if he isn't an England fan what the hell is he doing in the team?" If he is an England fan he will look pretty f*cking stupid booing...