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Kate Moss billboard collapse ‘an omen of second recession’

THE fall of a Kate Moss hoarding onto shoppers augurs another recession, according to financial soothsayers.

iPad 3 buyers must undergo series of degrading trials

PEOPLE who want an iPad 3 must complete a series of deliberately humiliating challenges, Apple CEO Tim Cook has confirmed.

Superyacht sets new standards in prick-focused design

A VAST floating pleasure palace is the ultimate prick machine, its designers have claimed.

All we're trying to do is read your mind, says Google

GOOGLE has insisted its new privacy policy is nothing more than a simplified method for collecting every last detail about you until it becomes you.

Please buy a Blackberry Playbook, says guilt-ridden Apple

ELECTRONICS giant Apple has begun promoting Blackberry's unfortunate tablet machine out of a mixture of pity and guilt.

Jobless offered free glimpse into very slightly better future

BRITAIN'S unemployed are being offered the chance to experience what life might be like if they had an extra £7.50 a week.

RBS now being run by Montgomery Brewster from 'Brewster's Millions'

THE Royal Bank of Scotland is being run by someone compelled to spend as much money as possible by a clause in his eccentric uncle’s will,  it has been claimed.

50p tax rate not working, say people desperate to abolish 50p tax rate

THE 50p income tax rate is raising less revenue than the old 40p one, claim wealthy people who should, if they’re telling the truth, be keeping quiet about it.