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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A Billionaire businessman’s accountants win £25,000 after appealing against a personal tax bill of £37.50.
Ian Napton trousers £25,000 from HMRC by way of apology for any inconvenience the tax demand caused. The accounting error occurred when one of the Office Junior’s forgot to carry the three. Continue reading “Billionaire businessman wins compensation from HMRC after getting a tax bill”
Britain’s Black Economy lies in ruins as the UK moves to a cashless economy. With banks shutting branches and closing ATM’s, the cash supply is drying up.
It is the most vulnerable in society who feel the effect most, the; drug dealers, strippers, thieves, forgers, Del Boys, window cleaners, local councillors, MP’s, football managers, taxi-drivers and builders. Continue reading “Britain’s Black Economy ruined as the UK moves to a cashless economy”
The latest des res to hit the booming London property market is this remarkable two bin property in the Victoria Street area of Westminster.
Concealed within the shabby chic façade are two well appointed rooms, providing excellent camouflage from the street. The property is handily located for local services, with tube and rail links close at hand and the council will even come round once a week to do the cleaning. Continue reading “For Sale – two rubbish bins in Westminster, a snip for a first time buyer at £350,000”