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Bin Laden cassettes ‘a dangerous collection of 80s cheese’

It has been revealed today that a collection of audio cassettes seized from Osama Bin Laden’s abandoned Afghan compound, actually contain an alarming amount of 80s pop tunes.

Brett Rogers, one of the first U.S. Navy Seals to enter the compound, claimed he was alerted to Bin Laden’s whereabouts by the distant melodic tones of Salt-N-Pepa’s Push It. ‘Well the lyrics do say that “this dance ain’t for everybody, only for the sexy people” obviously I took it as a sign’.

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Posted: Aug 31st, 2015
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‘Ye olde Chilcotte Reporte on ye Hundrede Years War’ finally published

A medieval scribe known as Johannes of Chilcotte is thought to be the author of a crucial historical document that has recently come to light.

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Posted: Aug 25th, 2015
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Blair’s security detail encouraged to ‘nip out for a fag once in a while’

The ongoing austerity programme, which has seen cuts of up to 40% to the budgets of many government departments, has bumped up against the obligation to provide round the clock security for former Prime Minister Tony Blair.

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Posted: Aug 16th, 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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Hans Blix finds ‘no evidence’ of Iraq Inquiry

He's looked everywhere. The QEII Conference Centre. Down the back of the sofa. Nothing.‘I did stumble across a committee room with a few retired civil servants and historians sitting behind a desk, but nothing that might pose a serious threat to the British state.’

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Posted: Jul 31st, 2015
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