The Royal Household’s annual budget came under scrutiny yet again today after it was revealed that the Prince of Wales had spent £20,000 on a train journey from London to Port Talbot.
It is understood that where the Prince would ordinarily allow his Private Secretary’s team to take care of such mundane matters, he was intrigued to have a go at booking a train ticket online himself, with expensive consequences.
One does ones best!
Harry and Meg’s kitchen makeover comes in at £2.4 million
after Chris Grayling oversees the installation
Royal sycophants at the BBC and Daily Mail were left trying
to justify why the Golden Couple can spend £2.4 million of tax-payers money on the
renovation of their private residence, Frogmore Cottage.
However, their problems were solved after it emerged that
the kitchen makeover project was given to Chris Grayling to handle.
It’s Chris Grayling, what did you expect?
MP and Toy Soldier Mark Francois has been publicly outed as
a secret Ninja. Mark’s alter ego was revealed when he publicly announced that
he had signed a death warrant on an Anti-Brexit campaigner.
It’s long been supposed that Mark was no stranger to silently
delivering death, having previously admitted peeling potatoes on a Territorial Army
camping trip to Wiltshire. What surprised onlookers was that he was so versed
in the most covert and feared of the martial arts.
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Millennial hipster, Skye Nation, was being comforted by
friends after undergoing a traumatic coffee buying experience in the multi-national
drinks chain, Café Costabucks.
Trouble started when his favourite trendy bespoke coffee
shop was closed, due to a ‘pop-up muffin’ day. Skye was unable to attend due to
his gluten sensitivity.
In a revelation that is set to rock the world of sciencing the
Daily Mail Online’s (DMO) investigative researchers examined over 100,000
images of scantily clad women before announcing the outstanding discovery that
women have breasts.
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Liam Fox, Britain’s premiere trade negotiator has announced,
without a hint of irony, that he has successfully managed to negotiate a post-Brexit
trade deal with South Korea.
Under the terms of the deal, we will maintain exactly the
same trading conditions that we had with South Korea under the EU.
The delicate and complex negotiations have taken many hours
in front of a photocopier with a bottle of tippex.
More? Surely not!