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Greek Government funding request rejected by Dragons’ Den

In an episode of Dragons’ Den due to be broadcast by the BBC next month it has been revealed that the Greek Government appeared before the Dragons in an effort to secure much needed funds.

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Posted: Aug 15th, 2015
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Latest UK Government Mastercard statement shows drunken purchase of Cuba

The hunt was on today to reveal the name of the high ranking civil servant who has apparently used his or her Government Mastercard to buy Cuba. The purchase was made late on Tuesday night at the ‘Che’ bar and nightclub in downtown Havana and investigators are working on the theory that the Civil servant involved may have been lulled into the deal with several earlier rounds of ‘Cuba Libre’s. The statement shows that Cuba was actually really quite expensive after all.

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Posted: Aug 15th, 2015
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Cover design only obstacle to publishing Iraq report, claims Chilcot

Sir John Chilcot, who has come under intense pressure recently to publish the results of his enquiry into the Iraq war, today claimed that choosing a nice design for the cover was the reason for the delay.

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Posted: Aug 14th, 2015
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Tautology sufferers re-launch new appeal again

People suffering from TS – Tautology Syndrome – have launched yet another charitable appeal to raise funds. Tautology – the use of redundant repetition again and again – affects a quarter of the population in some way, as well as 25% of people living here.

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Posted: Aug 14th, 2015
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Top civil servants can’t work out if A-level pass rate rising or not

In a shock development, it has emerged that grade inflation has been happening for so long now that even top civil servants at the Department of Education, supposedly the cream of the crop, are functionally innumerate and can’t work out if the A-level pass rate is higher this year than last.

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Posted: Aug 14th, 2015
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