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Snow ‘completely unprepared’ to land in Britain

Snowflakes are up in arms about having to cope with landing in Britain, reports the Daily Hail, which describes scenes of utter chaos in clouds up and down (but mostly above) the country whilst laying the blame firmly at the door of immigrant weather.

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Posted: Jan 16th, 2013
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Warning over Olympic travel chaos as thousands book flights out

‘This could cause significant traffic problems around Heathrow and Gatwick airports,’ the report said, ‘as people realise that their favourite programmes won’t be on for a fortnight, and that there is absolutely no escape from the pain of watching British athletes fail spectacularly, and then have to listen to Gary Lineker, who has suddenly become a world authority on everything, try to make the most of Tom Daley falling off the diving board, and Chris Hoy getting a puncture on his bike.’

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Posted: May 3rd, 2011
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Bright light coming from the East was plane arriving at Heathrow

‘It was a wonderful sight to behold,’ said a passenger today. ‘We never lost faith and finally our prayers have been answered.’

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Posted: Dec 24th, 2010
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Thousands face prospect of trouble-free holiday flights this summer

Holidaymakers are reportedly in fear of reaching 2nd-rate holiday destination rather than enjoying free food vouchers and camping in the terminal usually provided by annual travel crisis.

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Posted: Jul 25th, 2010
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Travel chaos as God closes sky over Easter weekend

Holidaymakers were faced with more chaos last night with the news that God intends to close European airspace over the Easter weekend for ‘an ongoing programme of essential maintenance work to upgrade the sky.’

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Posted: Mar 26th, 2010
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