NewsBiscuit

The news written by you…

Other stories by Jesus H

LinkedIn launch dedicated network for the jobless – ‘AlwaysIn’

always more to learn from like-minded professionalsLinkedIn today, announced the launch of ‘AlwaysIn’, a dedicated jobless-to-jobless network for those currently unemployed and illegally claiming benefits.

Read more >

Posted: Jan 23rd, 2014
More from Business



Jesus H

Well-off housewives slam Benefits Street claimants as ‘downright lazy’

simply shameful, darlingBritain’s large population of wealthy middle class housewives have today raised their concerns about the UK’s ever-growing population of ‘spongers’.

Read more >

Posted: Jan 16th, 2014
More from Lifestyle



Jesus H

‘Immigrants get it too easy’, says man after having personal debts written off

A man from Barnet has passionately reiterated his views that immigrants ‘exploit the system for their own personal gain’ today, whilst celebrating his successful application to have most of his debts written off.

Speaking outside Welshpool County Court, Nick Griffin, a 54-year-old man originally from Barnet, says he is ‘feeling great‘ after being freed from his personal financial obligations, before reconfirming that he is ‘incensed’ by the recent influx of ‘even more’ hard working migrants from Eastern Europe.

Read more >

Posted: Jan 3rd, 2014
More from UK News



Jesus H

Facebook promises for big New Year plans ‘to be tested in June’

they'll be watching youAll those who publicly air their New Year promises and plans with really long Facebook status updates will be ‘thoroughly tested in June’, according to a new initiative.

The government funded scheme, which aims to reduce cases of stress and depression throughout the UK, has advised everybody who plans to compose an inspiring and ambitions Facebook status that they will face a series of ‘cutting and sobering questions’, at some point in June, such as; ‘aren’t you supposed to be in Cambodia’? Or; ‘why are you still seventeen-stone?’

Read more >

Posted: Jan 1st, 2014
More from Lifestyle



Jesus H

‘I hate Christmas, it’s so expensive,’ says woman queuing outside Next at 5am

tradition must be observedThousands of people across Britain have explained how ‘knackered and broke’ they are this week, whilst being herded into single-file queues by shopping mall security staff in the early hours of the morning.

Read more >

Posted: Dec 27th, 2013
More from UK News