The Royal Mail workers lost the right to strike in a High Court ruling. However, the UK could still be in for a period of postal disruption. We met one shop steward who did not want to be named around the back of a sorting office in Bradford he did not want us to name. […]Tell me more...!
The disputed site on which Canterbury Cathedral sits should be given to Satanists the Supreme Court has ruled. The Church of England has been granted a five acre site down the road in some woods with permission to build a new cathedral. In a dispute that has raged for 1422 years, Satanists claim the site […]Tell me more...!
With both the Conservatives and Labour promising to spend trillions of pounds if they win the election, the Treasury is making plans to apply for payday loans to cover the cost. A Treasury spokesperson said: “Whichever party wins the election, they’ll bankrupt the economy with all their spending pledges. Even stopping Universal Credit and taxing […]Tell me more...!
“The benefits and advantages of the Berlin wall have been severely underestimated,” claimed EU president Jean-Claude Juncker. “You never saw a rampant rise in house prices in East Berlin, did you? “Our glorious EU wall will keep out the unwanted Brits and prevent the gentry and the retired from gazumping the prices of our European […]Tell me more...!
With the winner of the upcoming general election too close to call, the Tories and the Labour party have agreed an alliance to ensure they both win. With other parties forming alliances to avoid vote-splitting in order to beat the Big Two, the Conservatives and Labour decided to beat them at their own game and […]Tell me more...!
Labour‘s National Executive Committee has banned Jeremy Corbyn from standing at the upcoming general election. The Executive has already banned several former Labour MPs from standing for various misdemeanours These include riding through a puddle on a bicycle to splash a pedestrian because they were wearing a blue tie, feeding a dog cat food, and […]Tell me more...!
The lack of sufficient quantities of babies has been blamed for a crisis in the high street as shop after shop keeps closing down. A spokesperson for the Department for Trade and Industry said: “It all starts with babies, you see. We need to up manufacture but the running costs are putting a lot of […]Tell me more...!