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Corbyn will engage enemy in interpretative dance if elected PM

Jeremy Corbyn has stated his defence policy, in the event that he is Prime Minister at the outbreak of a World War, will be to engage the enemy in interpretive dance. ‘We have a strong history of providing strong dancers, as evidenced by Strictly Come Dancing, and I feel that we could defeat any enemy hands down,’ he stated.

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Posted: Oct 2nd, 2015
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Celebrities ‘too scared to die’ in wake of Savile scandal

the show must go onFollowing the controversy, many famous people are avoiding death like the plague.

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Posted: Oct 22nd, 2014
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Bruce Forsyth expelled from the Falkland Islands for ‘doing the tango’

Sir Bruce Forsyth has been asked to leave the Falklands Islands after locals objected to an impromptu performance of the tango at a ‘Strictly Port Stanley’ event.

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Posted: Oct 6th, 2014
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BBC to build new Forsyth in Salford

Bosses at the BBC have confirmed plans for a new Forsyth to be built in Salford. It is thought the new Forsyth will feature newer dance moves and more sophisticated anecdotes about Sammy Davis Junior, while retaining it’s iconic shape. The original Forsyth was a much-loved part of viewers’ lives over the years, with its eccentric 1950′s design and rich history. Performers from the early days fondly recall it’s circular routines and stories which seemed to lead nowhere.

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Posted: Apr 5th, 2014
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Scientists hopeful that ‘dead’ comic may still be alive

Star gazers around the world have been studying footage of the fading body of Bruce Forsyth and believe he may still be alive, despite previous reports to the contrary. Forsyth has been observed for the past 60 years, but is believed to have been in existence since the beginning of the solar system.

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Posted: Dec 1st, 2013
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