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Tories to rebuild Hadrian’s Wall

The Conservatives have announced plans to rebuild Hadrian’s Wall in a massive new infrastructure project that will create up to 100,000 new jobs. Project costs of £50 billion will be met by scrapping the controversial HS2 rail project. The wall is to be modelled on the DMZ that divides North and South Korea and will be renamed the ‘Thatcher parallel’.

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Posted: May 20th, 2015
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Giant Thatcher statue to ‘make Scotland British again’

yes, yes, yesDavid Cameron has revealed government proposals designed to ‘make Scotland British again’, beginning with the erection of a massive monument to Baroness Thatcher in Glasgow’s George Square.

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Posted: May 17th, 2015
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Scotland can set price of Irn Bru, says Prime Minister

Discussions in Edinburgh, described as ‘heated’, between David Cameron and Nicola Sturgeon have led to the first concessions being made: the Scottish Assembly is now able to set the price of Scotland’s unofficial national drink, Irn Bru, north of the border.

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Posted: May 15th, 2015
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Clegg dragged kicking and screaming from first all-Tory cabinet meeting

Former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg had to be forcibly removed from the first cabinet of the new Conservative government after the meeting was disrupted in the first few minutes.

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Posted: May 13th, 2015
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Food banks to be deregulated by Conservatives

Food banks will be opened up to the free market in moves announced today. ‘We feel it’s fundamentally wrong that some central ‘expert’ – a priest, community leader, charity worker etc – should decide on the food supply available through food banks. We want to set the food banks free to make their own decisions’, said David Cameron.

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Posted: May 9th, 2015
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