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The UK government has agreed to pay itself a £12b fine after several departments were found to be in breach of various data protection acts. These include the EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) even though it’s poorly-thought out and no one understands it. A total of 137 government departments gave away personal information […]Tell me more...!
A new law passed in Rome has banned anyone from sitting on the capital’s famous Spanish Steps. The Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti is one of Rome‘s most famous landmarks where tourists gather to eat pizza, pretend to be Italian, and talk loudly but not about the weather, not even the British. However, new laws […]Tell me more...!
The UK government is hoping the French will shrug off their laissez faire attitude and help with the build up of traffic crossing the Channel after Brexit. A petition has been signed by over 400 MPs apologising for jokes they made in the past about the French. The remaining cast of ‘Allo ‘Allo has also […]Tell me more...!
As the Brexit deadline looms, the UK is looking for a way to avoid a no-deal Brexit. So, apparently, is the EU. However, the EU has said it cannot negotiate with a “whiny Englishman“, referring to Michael Gove who is in charge of no-deal Brexit planning. “We could not sit for hours listening to that […]Tell me more...!
In a bid to save the planet, everyone is recycling as much rubbish as they can. However, environmentalists have confirmed that UK PM, Boris Johnson, cannot be recycled. Old Prime Ministers leave the job and go on to earn millions as board members of rich companies and through speaking engagements. Ex-labour PM Tony bLiar Blair, […]Tell me more...!
As the prospect of leaving the EU looms ever closer, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is taking every opportunity to let everyone know that he will not support a no-deal Brexit. In fact, he has set out a 10-point plan to make sure everyone knows that he does not support a no-deal Brexit. Jeremy Corbyn’s no-deal […]Tell me more...!
After an extensive 16-year consultation with all sorts of people from everywhere with all kinds of opinions about everything, the Department for Transport has reached a conclusion. Young people are most likely to be involved in a car accident so you now have to be 30 in order to hold a driving license. Although old […]Tell me more...!
Mark Carney, current Governor of the Bank of England, at least until January, has given the UK economy a massive boost by predicting a vast rise in absolutely everything over the next two years. The previous forecast of only a small rise in the UK economy has been upgraded to a massive 12.5% which is […]Tell me more...!