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Tony Blair to become the Fifth Horseman of the Apocalypse

The US, EU, UN, Russia and anyone with a pulse, have all agreed that the ex-Prime Minister has ‘exhausted’ all the potential irony in being described as a ‘Peace Envoy’ and should now focus on job role for which he is better suited. 214 more words

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Caption Competition: Members of the Ku Klux Kreche in sit down protest as they notice their hoods are different colours.

WINNER: “It’s diversity by stealth!” Members of the Ku Klux Kreche in sit down protest as they notice their hoods are different colours. (from nathanjchapman) 63 more words

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First penis transplant, as Clarkson moves to SKY

Rumours are abound that the curmudgeonly Top Gear presenter has deliberated struck his co-employee to contrive a more lucrative TV contract elsewhere. SKY satellite engineers will work around the clock to detach Clarkson in a complicated surgical manoeuvre which risks damaging the whole scrotum, or James May as he is known.   210 more words

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Boko Haram pledge allegiance to the SNP‏

A furious David Cameron responded to rumours that yet another political party had refused to rule out a post-election pact with the Scottish Nationalists. In turn, Nigeria’s militant terrorist group released an audio statement saying they would enter into a coalition with any extremist organisation but ‘drew the line’ at UKIP. 161 more words

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Caption Competition: 'The Father-Son game of capture the flag was taken rather more seriously by one group of dads…'

WINNER: ‘The Father-Son game of capture the flag was taken rather more seriously by one group of dads…’ (from amuseoftheworld)

 

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Generous Murdoch extends back to work scheme to incompetent managers

In an act of selfless charity, known philanthropist Rupert Murdoch has provided a job at media agency Storyful for criminally-inept editor, Rebekah Brooks. Many employers would have baulked at the idea of re-employing a manager that failed to notice organisational corruption on a massive scale. 198 more words

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Nick Clegg in ‘freak’ moment of conscience

Much to the surprise of those who spend their time checking hens for teeth and pigs for wings, the Deputy Prime Minister stunned political analysts by suggesting drug addiction is primarily a health, rather than a criminal, issue. 252 more words

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