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Apprentice 2014 to feature ‘authentic business treats’

‘These youngsters should experience the rewards of my early career: a hotel room that doesn’t always smell of cat’s piss, an evening in the company of a 30-something lady called Michelle who laughed at my every joke and a pay-to-hire Betamax that appeared on the hotel bill as ‘telex services’.’

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Posted: Aug 9th, 2013
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Gamekeeper job ‘does not help me poach’, claims poacher

A poacher who works as a gamekeeper during the week has denied that the job conflicts in any way with his weekend role of ‘the best damn poacher you ever saw’, in the same wood.

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Posted: Jul 26th, 2013
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Chinese refurbishment of Prince Philip ‘poses no security risk’

'don't make fuss', the Duke is reported to have saidThe contract to refurbish Prince Philip has been awarded to Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, it was confirmed yesterday, despite ongoing security concerns about the company’s links to the Chinese government.

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Posted: Jun 11th, 2013
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Thatcher ‘risen from the dead’, claim Thatcherites

immediately forgave Tebbit for forsaking herJust three days after her death, followers of Margaret Thatcher are claiming their leader has come back to life. Unconfirmed reports suggest she has appeared across Britain, still preaching the ‘good news’ of monetarism and a robust fiscal policy, and looking transfigured by the whole death experience.

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Posted: Apr 11th, 2013
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English Christmas Markets take Germany by storm

Towns across Germany have reported record numbers of people deserting their traditional Christmas Markets in favour of newer imports from England. ‘We were all getting bored of gingerbread, wooden toys and gluhwein,’ said Alex Reichelt, mayor of Nurnberg, ‘and everyone fancied something a bit more exotic – fake Duracells, toy dogs with hidden spikes, cheap womens’ knickers with the label of the shop they were nicked from cut out. The English have given us all this – and more!’

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Posted: Dec 14th, 2012
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