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Noddy and Big Ears deny ‘improper relationship’

In a move that has shaken Toytown to its building block foundations, Noddy has taken the unprecedented step of releasing a statement in an attempt to quell ongoing rumours about the true nature of his relationship with Big Ears.

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Posted: Sep 4th, 2010
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Guests complain of ‘swingeing cuts’ at Danny Alexander’s daughter’s 3rd birthday

Cake was provided by Mr Laws‘He defended it by saying he was only combating the previous party’s legacy of excess. Maisy Thompson only had a face-painter for Christ’s sake.’

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Posted: Jul 11th, 2010
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Tennis fans welcome vuvuzelas at Wimbledon

suitable replacement finally found for 'Come on Tim!'‘Players and fans alike will delight in the addition of the South African horns to the spectator stands, playing such rousing anthems as The Great Escape, Self-Preservation Society and Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto in E flat major.’

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Posted: Jun 17th, 2010
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Nick Griffin in humiliating climbdown as mic broadcasts ‘moderate Muslim’ gaffe

'should be ashamed of himself,' say party membersThe leader of the British National Party was forced to make a grovelling apology to his party faithful yesterday after an offhand remark extolling the virtues of multi-culturalism in the privacy of his car was inadvertently broadcast to surrounding media. ‘Nick had just been addressing a conference of white van men when he was approached by a local Muslim gentleman, trying to engage Mr Griffin in a debate about the BNP’s stance on Islamic immigration,’ said Griffin’s closest aide, B Manning. ‘The cameras were rolling, so naturally Nick spewed forth about the colonisation of Britain by Islamic extremists.

‘But not realising that his mic was still live, once he was in the assumed privacy of his car, he started waxing lyrical about the need for intelligent debate on immigration, what a great shame it was that a whole faith was tarred by the actions of an extreme minority and how fetching he thought Mrs Griffin would look in a burka.’

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Posted: Apr 29th, 2010
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Eyjafjallajokull public profile massively boosted by TV appearance

A previously obscure Icelandic volcano has benefited from an enormous swell in public recognition after appearing on national television last week with opinion polls now showing that it is almost as popular as Vesuvius.

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Posted: Apr 20th, 2010
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