NewsBiscuit

The news written by you…

Other stories by AdrianJ

UN mix-up sees Chuckle Brothers appointed Middle East peace envoys

Embarrassed UN officials today confirmed that Barry and Paul Chuckle, the much-loved children’s entertainers, have assumed joint responsibility for the role of the UN’s Peace Envoy to the Middle East following ‘some confusion at the office of our PR firm’.

Read more >

Posted: Sep 17th, 2009
More from News In Brief



AdrianJ

Bank of England forced to delay cash injection after Economy Pump breaks down

The Bank of England’s plans to pump another £50bn into the economy, in order to keep interest rates unchanged, have been put on hold this evening after their 200-year-old Economy Pump broke down under the strain.

Read more >

Posted: Aug 9th, 2009
More from News In Brief



AdrianJ

Mystery of Stonehenge solved following discovery of 5000-year-old planning application

locals outraged, but recognised opportunity for career progession‘Stonehenge was going to be the world’s first out of town shopping centre,’

Read more >

Posted: Jun 24th, 2009
More from UK News



AdrianJ

Couple complain to NASA after Hubble telescope re-installed pointing wrong way

NASA admitted a ‘minor blunder’, has resulted in the recently repaired Hubble Telescope being returned to orbit upside down. Astronomers across the globe have subsequently been collecting data not on the undiscovered cosmos, but on 32 Holwell Gardens, the semi-detached home of Bob and Janine Cooper.

Read more >

Posted: May 20th, 2009
More from News In Brief



AdrianJ

Pestilence denies Four Horsemen of the Apocalyse reunion

Pestilence has scotched growing rumours regarding an impending reunion of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. In a prepared statement, Mr Pestilence said: ‘despite recent global events, I can confirm that there are absolutely no plans for a reunion.’

War, Famine, Death and Pestilence have not toured together since their acrimonious split in 2007.The breakup was attributed to ‘artistic differences’ …

Read more >

Posted: May 5th, 2009
More from News In Brief