Government Refuses To Turn Up For Work Unless Labour Party Removed from Opposition Benches First

The Nation was shocked yesterday when the government asked that an amendment to the normal procedure for Prime Ministers question time be made. It would appear that the Coalition Government are refusing to attend the House of Commons during Prime Ministers Question Time unless the entire opposition are removed first. In a week of the … Continue reading

BBC TV Sees Religion As ‘Tiresome Obligation’

Religious coverage is seen as a “rather tiresome obligation” by “secular and sceptical” BBC television staff, a Radio 4 broadcaster has said. Roger Bolton called for the appointment of a BBC religion editor to improve  coverage of faith matters. Rev. David Lawrence, East Ham “POPE IDOL” would be interesting. The next time a pope dies … Continue reading

Spector Releases New Album

Pioneering music producer and convicted killer Phil Spector has released his first album in 30 years, his publicist has said. The 70-year-old, in prison for the 2003 shooting of a Hollywood actress, produced the tracks for the record during his two murder trials. BANGED UP IN THE SHOWER is his first album in 30 years. … Continue reading

Nick Clegg: The Age Of Plenty Is Over

U2 Singer Bono In Ego Boosting Surgery

SINGER BONO was rushed to hospital for emergency ego surgery yesterday – casting doubts over U2’s Glastonbury headline spot. The chart-topping group have cancelled the first date of their US tour after the frontman sustained a lack of egotism during rehearsals. Bono’s injury comes barely four weeks before U2 play the Somerset festival for the … Continue reading

Home Secretary Theresa May Confirms Cuts In Police Spending Has Commenced

London Introduces Worlds Biggest CCTV Cameras In Time For 2012 Olympic Games

Daily Mail Readers Wowed By Cameron’s Ability To Walk

The Daily Mail newspaper expressed its amazement today when David Cameron placed one foot in front of another and walked on solid ground. The incident occurred when the Prime Minister walked to the House of Parliament instead of taking his customary chauffeur driven car. An eyewitness who was busy taking photographs for the newspaper confirmed … Continue reading

Simon Cowell To Be Knighted For Dross On Television

Simon Cowell is to be knighted for his contribution to the puerile $hit on national and international television. The music mogul, who stars as a judge on The X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent and American Idol, was recommended by Gordon Brown before he stepped down as Prime Minister. The former Labour leader was impressed … Continue reading

Cameron Bans Mobile Phone’s At Meetings: Maybe Not

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