The BBC announced on the news today that it will be launching a new 24 hour news channel devoted entirely to itself. The channel will be called BBC BBC News and the strapline for the new project, due to launch in January 2015, is ‘the news where we are’, an adaptation of the link used to introduce existing regional news programmes.
Aston Villa assistant manager Roy Keane has confirmed that his beard is leaving to take up a role with legendary Irish folk band The Dubliners.
The by-elections in Clacton and Heywood have led to bunting being put up and spontaneous dancing in the streets across the land as it finally dawned on the electorate that a general election is only months away.
North Korean state media has issued a statement denying that leader Kim Jong-Un is suffering from ill health but is in fact honing his considerable skills for the World Hide and Seek Championships.
Following an internal review of the damage caused by NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden, the government’s ultra secret agency responsible for intercepting Facebook feeds and Twitter trends has announced that it is adding an additional layer to government encryption.