PARENTS have welcomed a move by broadband providers to shield children from images of desirable toys.
THE government's contemporary plain packaging for cigarettes has made them desirable once again.
IF the Chilcot report into the Iraq War is released before the general election it could be killed by a late frost, it has been claimed.
BRITAIN's bovine milk suppliers are to receive a guaranteed income for their bodily secretions.
MORE must be done to stop state school pupils monopolising all the repetitive low-paid jobs, it has been claimed.
A JURASSIC Park-style clone of Winston Churchill has made Britons realise that the WW2 prime minister may have been an arse.
A LONDON cafe has been caught refilling its old Heinz sauce bottles with cheaper ‘industrial ketchup’.
A SIX-YEAR-OLD girl has written a letter to a train company asking why they are such bastards.