THE recession took a turn for the worse last night as new figures revealed more businesses have resorted to using low cost Welshmen.
TOSSPOTS with ironic T-shirts and trendy gadgets have lost yet another place to piss people off after the collapse of Coffee Republic.
A RANGE of pre-digested foods aimed at consumers who are too busy for normal metabolic function has hit the shelves of UK superstores.
LOW-COST airline Ryanair may be an Irish company, it was claimed last night.
THE Serious Fraud Office is to launch an investigation after claims the Rover 200 may have been marketed as a car.
BANKERS have rejected Alistair Darling's plea not to return to the 'madness' that caused the recession, insisting they bloody love it.
MEET the new boss - same as the old boss, the Royal Bank of Scotland said today.
NINETIES indie heroes Blur have reformed as Blur Accountancy Ltd, offering fans a wide range of financial services.