Having threatened to sue an Australian theatre company for a ‘shameless rip-off’ of his award-winning comedy show, John Cleese has been forced to take out a similar injunction against his own creative output over the last forty years. [read...]
Hospital managers are considering drastic action in the face of a health crisis and an even more worrying ‘PR sh$t-storm’. ‘We could just change the target,’ said an NHS spokesman. ‘But that would be deceitful, [read...]
Fears are growing that Britain may be swamped by a ‘grey wave’ of elderly migrants returning once European healthcare accords are abolished when Britain leaves the EU. About 75% of Britons settled in continental Europe are one untimely slip in the shower away from the Grim Reaper – [read...]
Friends have grown concerned that the BBC’s political editor is letting her loathing of ‘allotment owning socialists’ get the better of her. Such is her disdain for all things Corbyn, that in interview she has been known to mockingly laugh at his replies, [read...]
The Devil (commonly known as Old Nick) and Father Christmas (AKA Saint Nick) have written a joint letter to the Times stating ‘Neither of us is the other’.
‘This has been an embarrassment for years,’ grumbled the usually genial philanthropist. [read...]
Airport security staff have been told to chill the fuck out because most people don’t have bombs in their shoes. [read...]
With concern for Fabrice Muamba’s welfare subsiding, the police have formally announced that the search is already underway for those who must have prayed that he suddenly collapse with a heart condition in order for it to happen in the first place. [read...]
Nigel Smythe, MP for Littlehampton, is the first to put the Conservative dilemma bluntly: ‘For one half of us, it’s Brexit. For the other half, it’s welfare’ he told a constituency meeting. ‘But unless the party decides exactly what to tear itself apart about, [read...]
Professor Stephen Hawking has been appointed as an economic adviser to George Osborne, the Treasury has announced.
Whilst not questioning his intellect, some critics have questioned what economic experience the famous physicist and cosmologist has. [read...]
Following the statement Mr Corbyn said, ‘I probably don’t agree with a lot of what Mr Osborne said, although I didn’t catch much of it. But he has got it spot on today with those kittens. [read...]
The Syrian leader appointed Jeremy Hunt, the British health secretary, to lead the review after his recent success negotiating contracts for British doctors. There are concerns that some Syrian people may be unhappy with the current situation, [read...]
A new directive comes in to force across the EU from the 1st of February which aims to bring an end to the misery of ignored elephants. The new Directive makes it illegal to keep a pachyderm in a domestic environment without making adequate provision for keeping it entertained. [read...]
The Foreign Office is said to be in disarray at the prospect of around five million people arriving back in the UK within the next twelve months, as a result of new UN regulations. Offshore millionaires and home-grown welfare migrants alike are set to flood our shores; [read...]
The Prime Minister has come under fire for posting pictures on his Facebook page in which he appears to be going over the top in the Battle of the Somme, leading the charge of the Light Brigade, [read...]