I’m sure we can all agree that the murder of 12 people at the offices of Charlie Hebdo was a tragedy.
As oil and gas prices continue to plunge, Chancellor George Osborne has launched a Treasury investigation into whether large companies are passing on the benefits to the general public by reducing the cost of Freddos.
Prince Andrew’s PR team today revealed their total delight at the way 2015 has started, noting that the Prince’s reputation has remained stable so far this year with just the release of a single tiny story about his involvement in a paedophile...
CIA interrogators around the world are thought to be feeling ‘at least a little bit ashamed’ following the release of a strongly-worded report which says what they did was wrong and ideally shouldn’t be done again.
A forgetful Jewish person has expressed concern about giving away, in a moment of absent-mindedness, the massive Zionist conspiracy which controls every aspect of life on Earth.
Met Police commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe admitted today that new figures showing that pretty much everyone born before 1962 has been molested by someone in a position of power at some point “are disappointing”.
Chancellor George Osborne has denied that the stamp duty reforms announced in his Autumn Budget represent a generous ‘giveaway’ to those buying homes.