In a radical shift of strategy, the TSB is to improve its customer service by closing their branches.
Recently the troubled bank has beaten off some stiff competition from their rivals in order to produce the worst customer service in banking. Which? commented, “That takes some doing”.
TSB, the bank that likes to say ‘Your on your own, mate!”
Richard Braine (UKIP) has resigned from his position as Party Leader, despite not having done anything wrong.
Remarkably, Mr Braine hadn’t slept with any of his younger members of staff, his mates’ wives or behaved inappropriately with a model, rent boy or Jeanette Krankie. Financially, he hadn’t failed to declare; income, connections to dodgy businessmen, unsolicited cash payments nor had he embezzled expenses. Surprisingly, he hadn’t lied, cheated or said anything that was remotely homophobic, racist or misogynistic.
Politician has an exemplary record, quits saying “I’m not cut out for politics”
If Labour wins the next election, Jeremy Corbyn has promised an increase in national happiness by giving a free puppy or kitten to every household in Britain.
In what is being hailed as a revolutionary new policy, Mr Corbyn aims to make Britain forget about its troubles and woes through the use of cute furry animals. Within 3 months of winning, every household will receive their new pet. Acceptance is mandatory.
Now Mr Tibbles, stop that!
Boris Johnson has told Jeremy Corbyn, that his Dad is harder than Jezza’s Dad and if he doesn’t get a general election, his Dad will be round to give him a jolly good thumping.
The inclusion of Boris’s Dad in the argument represents a
serious racking up of tension between the two boys. Initially, Boris had
threatened to send his brother Jo round to do the duffing but the elder sibling
declined, stating that Bozo was ‘a spoilt little brat’.
Trouble in the playground
A homeless man was made to eat in Southend branch of Starbucks after a well-wisher forced food on him.
Ian Napton was sitting quietly outside his local Starbucks,
cap on the floor and a small dog at his side when a well-meaning member of the
public stopped for a chat. After a few moments, the Good Samaritan offered to
buy Ian some food.
Please sIR! nO mORE!