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Iain Duncan Smith ‘was a made-up character’

Having admitted to using fake stories to support benefit cuts, the Department for Work & Pensions (DWP) has confessed to having fabricated an entire minister.

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Posted: Aug 19th, 2015
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Stop photobombing our pictures, paparazzi tell Prince George

In an open letter to the Royal Family, the world’s paparazzi have demanded that Prince George stop ruining their attempts to photograph London’s landscapes. The camera-obsessed child has repeatedly interrupted journalists, demanding they capture shots of his ‘new gym bod’ and telling them to ‘hit like’ if they think he’s sexy.

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Posted: Aug 17th, 2015
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‘Donald Trump’ becomes new safe word

The real-estate magnate and Presidential-hopeful, has emerged as the GOP’s frontrunner to become America’s new codeword for crossing emotional and moral boundaries. Organized BDSM groups will be using the phrase ‘Donald Trump’ to warn members when they are about to exceed sexual limits or say ‘something dumbass about menstruation’.

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Posted: Aug 13th, 2015
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Google purchases the alphabet

In what has being described as the biggest business take-over of ‘letters representing phonemes’, Google is set to acquire ownership of three thousand years of written civilization. Any language based on the Classical Latin model will come under Google’s copyright, forcing many to use alternate forms of communication – such as crude hieroglyphs, grunting noises and ‘thumping the floor with your foot’.

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Posted: Aug 12th, 2015
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Taxpayers to pay the emotional cost of supporting West Ham

‘We will be paying £2.5m a year in rent, but the true cost of supporting West Ham is incalculable.’

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Posted: Aug 9th, 2015
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