Launched like a tortoise out of a grey-hound’s trap, The Daily Chilcott’s first headline was the revelation that: ‘computers may one day be can be networked together’. In further breaking news it predicts the creation of an ‘Internet’, [read...]
The former Foreign Secretary, who died in 2005, will give evidence at a special evening séance of the Chilcot Committee via television psychic, Derek Acorah. ‘I am delighted to be helping Robin give evidence to the Inquiry,’ [read...]
Lovers of risqué puns could barely contain their delight today as the Ed Balls scandal continued to simmer.
Guffaws were heard when Michael Gove, the Education Secretary, refused to be blamed for the fact that Balls had been thrust into the spotlight. [read...]
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Members of the Iraq Inquiry panel have complained that witnesses have seemed ‘lacking in razzle-dazzle’ in comparison to last Friday’s star turn by first-rate sorceror Tony Blair, whose triumphant appearance really stunned and staggered ’em and left ’em begging for more. [read...]