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Soviet Union to reform for ‘one night only’

The countries were persuaded to bury their differences and get back together to cash in on the current trend for 1970s nostalgia.

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Posted: Mar 16th, 2014
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Large sums of money hold press conference to express ‘joy’ at Python reunion

silly walkers‘I for one can’t wait to be joining John Cleese’s offshore bank account once again,’ said a cheque for an estimated £1.72 million pounds, at a city press conference held by the celebrity money to be paid to the Pythons for their reunion show. ‘Frankly, I don’t expect to be there long though. Something tells me I’ll find myself in an ex wife’s cosmetic surgeon’s account pretty soon!’

The five very large sums of money told financial journalists that they were all ‘thrilled’ to be working with the Pythons again. ‘The parrot sketch alone was a fantastic financial instrument,’ said an undisclosed sum.

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Posted: Nov 27th, 2013
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Led Zeppelin pledge to never come back for one last time

News of the Never-come-back gig has caused a sensation online, with rumours of a guerrilla non-appearance at the long-demolished Marquee Club.

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Posted: Oct 14th, 2012
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ASA upholds Facebook profile complaint

The complaint had been made by Miss Walker’s old school friend James Burns, who had been following her on Facebook for years. ‘According to her profile she was ‘single’ and ‘interested in men’ he grumbled, ‘but when I made a move on her at a school reunion, she told me she was ‘sort of seeing someone’, and even considering becoming a lesbian or celibate.’

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Posted: Mar 25th, 2011
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The Smiths threaten to reform to spite Cameron

Songwriting partners Morrissey and Johnny Marr, who had previously ruled out any reunion, have been reconciled in their disgust over the Prime Minister’s admission that he is a fan of The Smiths.

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Posted: Dec 12th, 2010
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