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Hans Blix finds ‘no evidence’ of Iraq Inquiry

He's looked everywhere. The QEII Conference Centre. Down the back of the sofa. Nothing.‘I did stumble across a committee room with a few retired civil servants and historians sitting behind a desk, but nothing that might pose a serious threat to the British state.’

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Posted: Jul 31st, 2015
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Sponsored ad on Google asks Downing Street researcher if he ‘Wants to buy ‘Reasons to bomb Syria’?’

A frantic Downing Street researcher was presented with a series of critical on-screen questions last night as he conducted in depth research among all the intelligence resources available to him on the crisis in Syria.

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Posted: Aug 30th, 2013
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Good and Evil now neck and neck in the polls as both shift to centre ground

A hung parliament could mean a coalition between Good and EvilThe fight between Good and Evil could see a disappointing turn out at the polls, with voter apathy blamed on the convergence of the two parties.

‘They’re all the bloody same,’ said one voter, ‘nobody knows what Evil stands for any more.’ ‘I used to vote Good, but they’ve lost their way,’ said another, who refused to give his name for fear of recriminations.

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Posted: Sep 1st, 2012
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Blair memoir copied and pasted from student’s work

includes a foreword from Colin Powell, which was actually written by IqbalTony Blair’s latest book, A Journey, has been revealed to be the work of a student from King’s College, London.

The announcement comes after Faizal Iqbal, a second year Chemistry and Politics student, personally delivered a copy of his 2008 novel, ”A Bush in the Hand is Worth Two in a Bird’, to the desk of Times editor, James Harding. Within hours, Mr Iqbal’s work was authenticated by leading historian, David Starkey, and top literary critic, Gok Wan. Conversely, neither expert could find anything genuine about A Journey.

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Posted: Sep 2nd, 2010
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Green’s handling ‘envy of the world’ says Campbell

England’s unofficial press secretary Alistair Campbell gave his first briefing to the world’s sports writers last night, and immediately went on the attack against the allegations of mishandling and fumbling.

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Posted: Jun 15th, 2010
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