A major diplomatic contre temps has broken out over the disputed territory of Fukall*. Situated in the Atlantic, some 260 miles west of The Western Isles the uninhabitable volcanic rocky island is at the centre of an almighty row about Fukall.
Originally the dispute over Fukall started in 1955, when Britain claimed the territory as their own. This was challenged by Ireland, Denmark and Iceland all of whom felt they had a better claim to Fukall.
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It may be a contentious assertion, but several media personalities have stepped forward already to dub Liverpool’s nail-biting 2-0 triumph over Spurs (yes, those guys) in the Champions League Final (no, really, the Champions League Final) the greatest final in the history of the competition.
One popular Welsh pundit, Mr T. Pulis, gave his views, “It was remarkable, Liverpool had a pass completion rate after half time of 59%, even at my peak with Stoke, playing a midfield of Rory Delap and a bit of scaffolding, we could barely get it below 60, amazing stuff.” Continue reading “Champions League Final nearly as exciting as Bolton v Tadcaster in 1999”
In this week’s classified section, following on from some recent interest from an American buyer, we are pleased to offer the NHS for sale.
As to the vehicle itself, it’s a bit of a classic, built in 1948 its designers took advantage of the post war enthusiasm for looking after each other. Unfortunately, over the years it has had some tough running. Many of its previous owners have not kept up the regular maintenance and as such the service history is a bit patchy. Continue reading “For Sale – The NHS, 63 Million previous users, good runner, needs TLC and cash”
More Migrants have been caught in the middle of the English Channel and have been returned to Birmingham
Today a joint operation between the Police and the Border Force captured three boats full of migrants desperate to flee the UK. The families were taken back to shore, where they were placed in police custody. They are expected to be returned to their homes, in Birmingham sometime tomorrow. Continue reading “Desperate Migrants hauled from The Channel and returned to Birmingham”
A bag of soft shite has chanced his arm in the Conservative leadership contest. With speculation mounting as to who will fill Theresa May’s shoes, Mr Excrement has boldly stepped forward with his fruitful vision for the future. Continue reading “Bag of shite enters the Tory leadership contest”
Thundering through the recent political gridlock, the Brexit Party is set to put the Great in Britain again.
With it’s comprehensive selection of policies, though nobody actually knows what they are, the Brexit Party is almost certainly the voice of the disenfranchised. Continue reading “The Brexit Party – Making Britain Grate Again”