MILLIONS of people across the UK are hoping to earn up to £3000 a day by pretending to be a terrorist.
BRITAIN will today pick out a nice, new handcart as it completes its preparations for the journey to Hell.
SUPERMARKET giant Tesco has stepped up its campaign against TV chef Hugh Fearnley-Whttingstall by nailing a live chicken to the door of River Cottage.
ANN Summers is moving upmarket with a new range aimed at the middle classes, including a stunning open-crotch evening gown.
BUDGET airline Ryanair has vowed to maintain profitability this year, despite rising oil prices, by throwing passengers from its aircraft in mid-flight.
TALK of buying camper vans rose sharply last month and is now at its highest since 1991, the Nationwide building society said last night.
BARCLAYS last night signalled a shake up in the banking industry by cutting its unauthorised overdraft fees from criminally immoral to sickeningly outrageous.
A JUMPED-UP bookie has threatened to boycott British Airways after a stewardess refused to rearrange his caviar into the shape of Charles Bronson in Death Wish II.