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BBC journalists get VIP tour of flagship Qatar prison

The Qatari government, keen to improve its reputation on human rights ahead of the 2020 World Cup, has allowed BBC journalists to witness its new detention arrangements at first hand. In a new era of welcoming foreign media reporting of the progress being made in the country, four BBC workers were treated to a two-night stay at His Majesty Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani’s pleasure.

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Posted: May 21st, 2015
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Journalists defend right to spout shit with ‘taped-up arsehole selfie’ campaign

Fiona?Hundreds of television journalists have taken photographs of themselves with bands of sticky tape fixed to their anuses.

The images form part of a campaign aimed at telling the world the relentless stream of crap known as ‘rolling news’ must never be stemmed by a return to more traditional journalistic values, such as proportion and relevance.

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Posted: Apr 14th, 2014
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Press to be regulated by Satan

In a bid to improve the moral standards of British newspapers, regulatory control is to be handed to Satan. This is said to be something of a ‘poacher turned gamekeeper’ role for the Evil One, who cut his journalistic teeth editing the Daily Mail before taking up malevolent acts full-time in the 1960s.

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Posted: Oct 31st, 2013
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Future Sovereign Wealth Fund to create ‘world-beating Royal Baby Experts’

George Osborne today confirmed the launch of the UK’s first Future Sovereign Wealth Fund, tasked with ‘creating and sustaining a world-class Royal Baby Expert Industry for at least the next 21 bloody years’.

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Posted: Dec 10th, 2012
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BBC finds US man who actually cares what British think of his country’s election

man simply adores the One ShowThe BBC has discovered an American who actually cares what the British think about who wins the US presidential election.

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Posted: Nov 6th, 2012
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