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Care for the elderly ‘bloopers reel’ to be released

ITV has proudly announced that hidden camera footage of Britain’s care homes will form the basis of a ‘hilarious’ one hour Xmas special, narrated by the ‘consistently funny’ James Corden. The revamped inspection regime is expected to yield hip-splitting pratfalls, accidental bed baths and an uproarious recording of an Alzheimer’s patient forced to re-enact the Blitz.

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Posted: Oct 16th, 2013
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Robert Mugabe declares himself the new Doctor Who

With all the votes counted in Zimbabwe’s general election, officials have today confirmed that President Robert Mugabe has been elected as the new Doctor Who. The 89-year-old will be unveiled live on BBC1 on Sunday night, along with his assistant Morgan Tsvangirai, and will take up the role in December when the current Doctor’s term of office comes to an end.

‘This is a splendid victory for our glorious President,’ said a Zanu-PF spokesman. ‘He deserves to become a Time Lord – no one has done more to turn back time and rewrite history in Zimbabwe than our great leader. He is the people’s choice and has an outstanding record in facing up to those white cybermen.’

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Posted: Aug 2nd, 2013
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Flintoff dropped by Jacamo after breaching terms of contract

‘It was not a decision we took lightly.’ said a spokesman for the clothing giant that’s made millions from clothing giants. ‘But he must have known it was coming, especially after last month’s photo shoot where his inability to sweat on cue was all anyone was talking about around the treacle cooler.’

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Posted: Dec 1st, 2012
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‘Too blue for TV’ comedian actually just crap claims BBC

Top BBC producers are going to court to challenge the claims of infamous ‘blue’ comedian, Ron ‘Rumpy’ Ronaldson who boasts that his expletive-laden live act is ‘Too blue for the b*ggerin’ Beeb.’

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Posted: Jan 26th, 2011
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Fat people ‘not that funny’ says obesity expert

nothing to see here...Overweight celebrities such as Gavin and Stacey star James Corden are perpetuating the stereotype that all fat people are funny, a medical expert is warning. Professor Nicholas McKay of Nuffield Health says fat stars are seen as role models, helping to make it acceptable to think that obesity is linked to humour.

But a survey for the healthcare provider has now revealed that many obese people are not actually that funny.

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Posted: Jul 1st, 2009
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