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French doubts about military pact as sniggering UK minister announces ‘Operation Crabtree’

The French government has admitted to private doubts about the UK’s commitment to the recent military pact between the two countries, after British defence secretary Liam Fox announced that the first UK-French joint military exercise will be called ‘Operation Crabtree’.

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Posted: Nov 18th, 2010
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Alien conquest of Britain thwarted after invaders demand: ‘Take us to your leader’

As coalition talks continue, an alien conquest of Britain has been averted after nobody could fulfil the invaders’ initial ultimatum to ‘Take us to your leader’.

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Posted: May 10th, 2010
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‘Special relationship’; UK and US agree to see other countries

Speculation has been rife that the two country’s ‘special relationship’ has been on the rocks since last year when the US refused to speak to the UK at the G20 summit and was pictured in talks with a number of other countries.

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Posted: Mar 10th, 2010
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London-Tehran tensions rise as Butlins training camp found in Iran

A new diplomatic row has broken out between London and Tehran after a facility in northern Iran was identified as an active Butlins training cell, where teams of Redcoats are being radicalised and encouraged to topple Western civilisation through suicide bombings, sing-a-longs and knobbly knees contests.

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Posted: Feb 3rd, 2010
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Bush accedes to Bin Laden’s demands: America converts to Islam

President George Bush today accepted that everything said in Osama bin Laden’s latest video offering was entirely true and just, and that as a result, America as a nation is converting to Islam. Despite pleas from a handful of diehard Christians, most Americans agreed that their minds had been completely changed by listening to the terrorist leader’s broadcast and that to their own surprise they would now be changing sides in the War on Terror.

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Posted: Sep 12th, 2007
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