The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that although an employer is entitled to check their worker’s correspondence, they are under no obligation to find any of it ‘interesting’. Equally so, they should make ‘no attempt’ to correct factual errors or grammatical mistakes, [read...]
Terrorist group al-Qaeda today unveiled its hotly-anticipated 2010 collection for the fashion-conscious fundamentalist. As bearded models took to the catwalk deep in the Pakistan mountains, style critics were left purring at the innovative fusion of modern high-street trends and the best of traditional insurgency attire, [read...]
In attempt to combat accusations of cultural, ethnic or skill bias; the Oscars are planning to award prizes to ‘every person with a selfie-stick’. The short-list for Best Actor 2016 has now extended to include 1.4bn people of dubious talent, [read...]
Lancashire police have investigated claims by two migrant school children that they had been kidnapped by a cannibalistic old lady and forced to live in a house made of cake and confectionery.
Police say the children, [read...]
Internet giant Google has teamed up with the Daily Mail to develop a unique version of the online search engine which will confirm the enquirer’s prejudices. [read...]