Category Politics

Frozen tramp corpses set to be ‘more multicultural than ever’ this Christmas

The Home Office have released projections today indicating that people dying due to lack of shelter over the holiday period will not only be the highest in a generation but also the most ethnically diverse since records began. “I think its a sign that we are on track to a fairer Britain”, said the Home […]

Politicians Work Together To Make Country A Better Place

By Daniel Bradley In an unexpected and astonishing act of political enterprise, government figures of every degree and rank are working together to improve everything. Everything. In a move universally heralded as ‘unthinkable’, progress has genuinely been made by the people whose job it is to make progress. Those in charge have actually done well. […]

Nick & Nige: A Double Act With Promise

By Daniel Bradley and Michael Burton. A political debate seemed an unlikely setting for a prime time comedy series, but on Wednesday night millions of viewers returned for the second installment of Nick & Nige, BBC2’s recently aired, feature length sitcom. With absurd routines about leaflets and spurious mathematics, Nick & Nige has been hailed […]

The Sun’s ‘Frack to the Future’: The Truth

By Michael Burton The Sun newspaper has launched a ‘Frack to the Future’ campaign; a pro-fracking crusade, complete with petition, to get Mr Cameron to kick-start the fracking process as soon as possible. The aims of the campaign are threefold; to enlighten Britains about the wonderful benefits of fracking, to have them sign the petition […]

Open Letter to Tories From Hardworking People.

By Daniel Bradley   A representative of the Hardworking People of Britain has published an open letter to the government regarding it’s recent budgetary changes.   Here is the full letter:       ‘Dear Tory governing body,   We, the hardworking people of Britain, would like to publicly acknowledge and give our views on […]

Serbian Warlord to Appear On Sesame Street

By Daniel Bradley  At the request of the children’s channel, PBS Kids, Ratko Mladic, the former military commander and genocidal war criminal, has been given a seven hour supervised release from his trial at the Hague tribunal to film his appearance as a celebrity guest in a highly anticipated episode of Sesame Street. Mladic, the […]

‘I Can’t Believe It’s Been This Easy’ – Cameron On NHS Privatisation

By Michael Burton David Cameron’s never been a man to mince his words. Today was no different. In perhaps one of his most honest interviews to date, Cameron spoke candidly with The Hawk earlier today. Wearing beige chinos and a pair of white converse, Cameron greeted me warmly, as I entered the Priory Tavern in […]