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British Intelligence launch subscription surveillance service, GCHQ+

can access your bank account and transfer subscription to save you the bother, if you likeBritain’s biggest spy agency, GCHQ, said it was addressing the commercial concerns of 21st Century espionage with the introduction of a new paywall. ‘The move heralds a brave new world of electronic surveillance,’ claimed Foreign Secretary William Hague. ‘Now, for just £100 million you get complete access to everything we know.’

According to their adverts, the new service offers, ‘the very latest premier league wire taps, clandestine ops and, of course, every text, email and phone call that anyone ever makes. All sent direct to your own phone, tablet or home computer. No need to tell us your details. We already know.’

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Posted: Aug 6th, 2013
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Britain to send arms to ‘Murder Dem Batty Boy’ gang in bid to end the war on drugs

move criticised by rival Lib Dem Batty BoyzBritain is to extend its policy of arms dealer diplomacy to its own War on Drugs, in a move that will see Cruise Missiles supplied to the Murder Dem Batty Boys gang in Croydon.

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Posted: Jun 5th, 2013
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Duncan Smith to force claimants to wear benefits caps

scheme just like it used to go on outside the tuck shop at EtonThe government announced plans for those claiming benefit for more than six months to be required to wear special headwear in public, in effect a compulsory benefits cap.

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Posted: Jan 13th, 2013
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Five year old rules out negotiations with parents over teddy bear hostages

they'll only do it again with the dollsA five year old girl from Shepton Mallet has today reiterated that on no account will she negotiate with hostage takers.

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Posted: Aug 29th, 2012
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Attack on UK embassy in Iran ‘result of Ferrero Rocher shortage’

‘The Ambassador’s receptions are noted in Iranian society for their host’s exquisite taste that captivates his guests,’ said one international commentator, ‘but on this occasion he really let his guests down.’

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Posted: Nov 30th, 2011
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