UK Spoof News and Satire
A promising tabloid journalism career was cut short today, when a junior Daily Mail reporter choked to death on his own bile after accidentally reading one of his previous articles.
After taking diametrically opposite views of the SNP, The Sun and The Scottish Sun have been urged to take it outside and settle it like the Murdoch puppets they are.
International financial criminals HSBC are considering moving their base of operations to a sprawling lair under a volcano on an obscure island in the Atlantic.
DIY giant Ronseal has dropped its iconic ‘Does Exactly What it Says on the Tin’ strapline after a barrage of comments from eagle-eyed tweeters.
The head of supermarket giant Tesco has started doing his weekly food shop at Lidl after it was revealed that his company has financially fucked itself into a tin hat.
Legitimised loan-sharks Wonga have declared a substantial loss after someone in the expenses department pressed the wrong button and borrowed a fiver six months ago.
Overseas sales of Scotch whisky fell dramatically last year after years of growth, according to new figures.
The holy grail of a highly addictive product that can be legally sold to teenagers has been reached, according to new studies on e-cigarette use today.
Pandas could become a common sight on farms across the world after scientists discovered just how tasty they are.
Representatives from the UK fracking industry have called the current regulatory system ‘complex and relatively unapproachable’, demanding a new one led by a cute little girl with pigtails.
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