Politics

Corbyn trying to return to cult following 


JEREMY Corbyn is releasing increasingly difficult material to reduce his fanbase to before he was successful.

Jacob Rees-Mogg and David Davis to decide Tory leadership race with cannons

JACOB Rees-Mogg and David Davis will decide the Tory leadership contest by firing 19th Century cannons at each other outside Parliament.

If Brexit was a drug it would be ketamine, say experts 


SCIENTISTS have confirmed that if Brexit was a drug it would be the popular livestock tranquiliser, ketamine.

Brexit might not actually mean Brexit, says May

BREXIT may mean free movement, unrestrained immigration, closer ties with the EU and many other things which are not actually Brexit, Theresa May has declared.

Corbyn embraces populism with pledge to ban U2

JEREMY Corbyn has pledged that a Labour government would ban U2 from Britain.

No such thing as an unsackable minister, says politician oblivious to irony

THE prime minister has been praised for her obliviousness to irony after claiming there is 'no such thing as an unsackable minister'.

Tories to keep eating each other until there is just one big Tory left

THE Conservatives have confirmed they will continue to eat each other until only one giant, bloated Tory remains.

Hammond separates Bourbons before eating them, says latest Tory leak

PHILIP Hammond removes the top of his Bourbon biscuits to lick the cream inside, the latest damaging leak from Cabinet meetings has claimed.