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Bedroom Tax may force Doctor Who to be evicted from TARDIS

requirements for time and relative dimensions in space finally being properly assessed‘We have discovered a single man claiming housing benefit for a property that appears to have an infinite number of spare rooms,’ said Benefits Officer Kimberley Smalls. ‘He is therefore liable for the most severe under-occupancy penalty.’

The decision means the Doctor faces significant cuts to his housing benefit and he may be forced to leave the TARDIS and move to a one-bedroom flat in Neasden.

The spot check by housing benefit officers found that the Doctor has far more ‘spare rooms’ in his 1960s police box than was previously thought. These include a sick bay, an observatory, a library, a secondary control room, several squash courts, an ancillary power station, a swimming pool and an attic.

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Posted: May 21st, 2014
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Operation Yewtree arrests 1200 year old timelord

The Metropolitan Police have confirmed today that they have arrested a 1200 year old man on suspicion of a number of offences over the past fifty years.

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Posted: Nov 25th, 2013
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Robert Mugabe declares himself the new Doctor Who

With all the votes counted in Zimbabwe’s general election, officials have today confirmed that President Robert Mugabe has been elected as the new Doctor Who. The 89-year-old will be unveiled live on BBC1 on Sunday night, along with his assistant Morgan Tsvangirai, and will take up the role in December when the current Doctor’s term of office comes to an end.

‘This is a splendid victory for our glorious President,’ said a Zanu-PF spokesman. ‘He deserves to become a Time Lord – no one has done more to turn back time and rewrite history in Zimbabwe than our great leader. He is the people’s choice and has an outstanding record in facing up to those white cybermen.’

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Posted: Aug 2nd, 2013
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Dr Who’s interior decorator taking legal action

An interior decorator employed by a man known only as ‘The Doctor’ is starting a legal case against him after his initial assessment of the job ended up taking far longer than he had been led to believe.

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Posted: Dec 6th, 2012
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Mixed reaction to Budget Time-Travel Operator’s 2011 Timeport

Budget time-travel operator EasyTime’s timeport in 2011 may be good news for local businesses, but tourists from the future are disappointed with its lack of proximity to major world events in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.

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Posted: Sep 13th, 2011
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