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Issue No. 2433

‘Don’t worry, I’ll get so-and-so to pull me out of the jacuzzi before the whores turn up’

What David Cameron said before going to meet Italy’s Silvio Berlusconi

 

‘You are back to the land of The Road to Wigan Pier’

BBC assistant political editor Norman Smith on George Osborne’s cuts

 

‘There are many areas of government that could be trimmed’

The Daily Mail’s Alex Brummer gets in the spirit of things

 

‘Russell Sprout–the vegetable no one likes’

The Sun’s hilarious attack on celebrity Russell Brand

 

‘What happened to accepting a traditional nativity play?’

Sun columnist Katie Hopkins jumps on the traditional ‘political correctness bans school nativity plays’ bandwagon

 

‘Jealousy tax’

Rich celebrity Alan Titchmarsh attacks Labour’s mansion tax


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Tue 9 Dec 2014, 18:39 GMT
Issue No. 2433
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