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Poll shows UK ‘very happy’ with lack of government

polls getting more and more accurateAs the leaders of the UK’s three main parties head into a second day of political horse trading and bickering in an attempt to form a viable Government, the UK electorate have shown themselves to be ‘Very satisfied’ with having no effective government.

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Posted: May 8th, 2010
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Iran and North Korea praise UK for ‘free and fair’ election

World leaders as diverse as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Hamid Karzai and Kim Jong-il were lining up today to endorse the UK general election as a shining example of the democratic process.

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Posted: May 7th, 2010
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Dr Who complains of ‘ageist attitudes’ on Earth

In his first interview since his recent regeneration, Dr Who has complained of encountering incipient ageism. ‘Last week I tried to warn the UN Security Council that a comet that was about to hit the Earth, but they just told me ‘That’s interesting son, run along now and leave saving the planet to the grown-ups.’

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Posted: Mar 14th, 2010
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NASA in talks with budget airlines

Cash strapped NASA has announced that it is in talks with a number of budget airlines to launch its astronauts to the International Space Station when the Space Shuttle is retired later this year.

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Posted: Mar 12th, 2010
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Sliced bread no longer the benchmark of greatness

From 2012 it will no longer be permissible to refer to anything as being ‘the best thing since sliced bread’, with a consultation process due to take place over the coming year to determine a new standard of greatness.

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Posted: Mar 8th, 2010
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