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Britain apologises for trying to get into wrong house after New Year bender

had spent most of the last year playing hard-to-get with BelgiumBritain has been forced to issue an apology today for drunkenly trying to get into France by mistake after a heavy night out celebrating on New Year’s Eve.

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Posted: Dec 31st, 2012
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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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Research shows Britain’s pubs ‘full of technocrats’

'If they try and call this a half-litre, there'll be blood..'There may be hope for the ailing UK economy, after researchers found that Britain’s pubs are ‘chock full’ of technocrats.

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Posted: Nov 17th, 2011
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Gallic shrug falls against the Spanish ‘manyana’

The European emotional currency markets were in turmoil today following the surprise devaluation of the Gallic shrug against a range of European cultural idiosyncrasies.

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Posted: May 18th, 2011
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EU recalibration means the eradication of little old ladies by 2014

Ladies over the age of 65 and under 145cm (4’9’’) will be classed as ‘Petite or Small’, those between 145cm and 165cm (5’5’’) will be ‘Moyenne or Medium’, and those above 165cm will be ‘Grande or Tall’.

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Posted: Mar 15th, 2011
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