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Jeremy Corbyn enters Labour race in an alternate Universe

Labour having to boldly go where no party has gone before to find a new leaderScience fiction and socialism fans alike, have been delighted to discover that in a hypothetical self-contained reality there exists an actual left-wing candidate. The Member of Parliament for Islington North has managed to secure enough nominations to get on the ballot, but only in a parallel universe where there is compassion, collective responsibility and where we are ruled by a race of four-foot high, furry, purple bipeds all named ‘Michael Foot’.

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Posted: Jun 16th, 2015
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NAACP last recruited an African-American in 1964

'Is it 'cos I is white?'Rachel Dolezal attempted to defuse the controversy related to her ethnic identity, by releasing membership data that suggests the civil rights group had solely been comprised of ‘white guys in disguise’ since the mid-60s. The president of the Spokane chapter further claimed that the moon landings were faked, Elvis is alive and that the NRA have no bullets.

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Posted: Jun 15th, 2015
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Norwich City sack manager ahead of next season’s relegation

Delia now learning how to Fry‘After securing promotion the board now has to accept full responsibility for our inevitable relegation.’

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Posted: Jun 15th, 2015
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Escaped Hippo and Bear believed to be searching for Zippy

The hippo and bear which escaped from Georgia Zoo may be trying to find an animal unknown to science, known simply as ‘Zippy’, according to people who grew up in the 1970s and ’80s.

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Posted: Jun 15th, 2015
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Tortured artist ‘didn’t produce any better art’, reveals torturer

A research study has concluded that contrary to the belief that great art is often born from intolerable mental suffering, deliberately torturing an artist can actually lead to a marked deterioration in the quality of their output.

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Posted: Jun 10th, 2015
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