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New Clangers series to be damning indictment of Cameron’s Britain

Children’s TV classic The Clangers, which is set to return to screens after an absence of over forty years, will be a metaphor for the deep-seated malaise of modern society and a scathing attack on the greed and inequality at the diseased heart of David Cameron’s Britain, according to the show’s chief writer.

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Posted: Jun 13th, 2015
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Malaysian mountain god demands ‘more tits’

The sacred spirit of Mount Kinabalu – who is largely in charge of keeping the island of Borneo above sea level – made a dramatic statement today, but this time using language, rather than dangerously ambiguous plate tectonics.

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Posted: Jun 13th, 2015
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E.U. voters deliver damning indictment of complex issues

demands for simpler, more straightforward issues British voters casting their votes in the elections for the European Parliament have sent a clear message to the politicians that they are solidly against them ‘going on about really complicated stuff that we don’t really understand’. A demand for simpler, more straight forward issues is the recurring theme that is emerging from the results across the country.

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Posted: Jun 13th, 2015
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Government favours unqualified stab victims

The Department for Education has questioned the profitability of using teachers as student ‘pin cushions’, when Academies and unqualified staff can offer much better value for money. As West Yorkshire experiences its second stabbing incident by a pupil in as many years, Ministers have proposed that staff be replaced with un-unionised piñatas.

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Posted: Jun 12th, 2015
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Newcastle Police arrest tourists for appearing dressed

Newcastle police announced they’ve arrested two female and three male tourists for appearing dressed in central Newcastle on a night out.

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Posted: Jun 12th, 2015
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