Get angry with people on the telly say austerity-mongering millionaire Tory MPs

Multi-millionaire Tory MPs, who claim expenses for second homes, have urged the public to get angry with people on TV.

Paul Golding announced as new Doctor Who

Britain First leader Paul Golding has confirmed that he will be making his acting debut later this year having been offered the role of Doctor Who.

Conservatives to bring back Jim’ll Fix it

The Conservative party will bring back Jim’ll Fix It on BBC1 if re-elected, according to Prime Minister Theresa May.

Paultons Park to admit only blonde haired blue eyed children

Paulton’s park are to restrict access to children with blonde hair, blue eyes and high cheekbones accompanied by parents of a similar appearance unless they’re a foreign nanny.-

Customer fury as Tesco substitute hen’s eggs for dog eggs

A Tesco customer was left fuming after returning home with her click and collect order to find that her usual hens’ eggs had been substituted with dogs eggs.

Richard Madeley urges second EU referendum

A second EU referendum seems far more likely today following an impassioned plea for one by daytime TV personality Richard Madeley.

Public fury as woman wins case not to find Mrs Brown’s boys funny

Campaigner Gina Miller has won a landmark case not to find Mrs Brown’s Boys funny depsite the fact that it was voted Britain’s best comedy by the British public

Trump begins arresting and waterboarding musicians

US citizens have been urged today to come forward regarding the whereabouts of Bruce Springsteen, Elton John and U2 who are all reportedly on the run following news that President Of the USA, Donald Trump, has ordered the arrest and subsequent waterboarding of all musicians apart from the ones that played his inauguration.

Jimmy Saville awarded Time Magazine’s person of the year

The late entertainer Jimmy Saville has been awarded Person of the Year for 2016 by US magazine Time.

Ray Winstone to fight hard Brexit

Ray Winstone has challenged hard Brexit to a fight in a move that may be seen as a bitter blow to Prime Minister Theresa May’s authority on the matter.