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Cameron vetoes changes to Eurovision Song Contest

‘The proposals were not in the interests of the UK,’ explained the Prime Minister. ‘In my opinion they were not conducive to ensuring that the best song wins. I’m just as fed up with those Balkan states voting for each other as anybody. Why on earth Blue didn’t do better last time beggers belief.’

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Posted: Dec 9th, 2011
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Hague backs plans to restrict discussions that could reveal MPs’ intelligence

kept pulling at the door marked 'push'William Hague has backed plans to prevent intelligence being discussed in open conversation, particularly when it makes MPs look stupid. “As Secretary of Two Big, Important Things, I am ideally placed to reassure the public that I’m quite bright, really”, explained Hague to a crowd of journalists. “This new rule means you can’t ask me how I got this bucket stuck on my foot, or why I spent the first twenty minutes of this meeting in the broom cupboard.”

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Posted: Nov 16th, 2011
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Nick Clegg’s political remains arrive at deserted Wootton Bassett

For the first time in its history, Wootton Bassett – known for its deeply moving and dignified demonstrations of respect and mourning to fallen military personnel – was completely deserted today as the remains of Nick Clegg’s political career arrived in the Wiltshire town.

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Posted: May 9th, 2011
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Conservatives and Lib Dems unmasked in sham marriage clampdown

A Church of England crackdown on sham marriages has raised fundamental questions about the union of David Cameron and Nick Clegg who were married in a civil ceremony in May last year.

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Posted: Apr 13th, 2011
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Vince Cable defects to Libya

UK Business Secretary Vince Cable arrived in Tripoli last night and is ‘no longer willing’ to work for the Conservative and Liberal Democrat regime, Libya has confirmed.

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Posted: Apr 1st, 2011
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