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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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Turkeys narrowly reject anti-Christmas motion

would vote again in ten years' time, but....The Turkeys of England have narrowly rejected a motion that promised to replace old-fashioned Christmas carnage with a bright, death-free 21st century future, due to strong opposition from traditional wings of the shed.

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Posted: Nov 23rd, 2012
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Stereotypical Western view of Muslim protest sparks stereotypical Muslim protest

Muslims across the Middle East were in uproar yesterday after a BBC documentary revealed 90% of the UK population ‘strongly agree’ with the statement ‘Muslims are coming across as a bit flag-burny and tetchy these days’.

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Posted: Sep 22nd, 2012
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GCSEs to be replaced with GOVEs

‘It is entirely coincidental that the proposed test rhymes with ‘cove’,’ declared the Secretary of State.

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Posted: Sep 18th, 2012
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