After several days of using the service, Her Majesty has developed what she refers to as a ” well wicked street” side.
UKIP representatives have spent the week toasting the EU’s decision to ask the UK to pay an extra £1.7 billion.
“The ostensibly humble graph is nothing more than a modern crucifix of the religion of capital upon the blood-stained alter”
In a radical shake-up of the welfare state, child benefit is to be replaced by a new lottery system of police officers going undercover. Under the new plans spies for the force are to impregnate women, with those who discover the true identity of the father
A first-year student has finally gone into meltdown following a 5-hour search for a computer in the IC. Curled up on the blue sofas and shaking while repeating the words “but it’s only October” over and over again, Isaac Phillips was unable to cope with the
“We needed something new, and a kind of racy song about populist issues that get people angry could be just the ticket.”
Extremist militants in Iraq and Syria’s quest for a new name is split between ROFL and FFS.
After months of trying to decipher its title, the parents of graduate Jane Abbot have finally admitted they don’t have a clue what her dissertation is about.
A House of Commons café is ordering more fruitcakes after more MPs start eyeing up the lunchtime treat.
Fresher Justin Beardsley-Whittingdale has realised he suddenly has opinions about everything, and everyone must know them.