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Facebook to add "reality" tag to Iain Duncan Smith

(satire?)

Facebook has begun labelling comments and speeches from the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Iain Duncan Smith with a “reality” tag, just in case people think he might be a parody. 232 more words

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Lib Dems pledge to charge £9,000 for access to national museums

(satire?)

The Liberal Democrats will pledge in their general election manifesto to make access to selected national museums and galleries more open to poorer families by charging people up to £9,000 to go into them… 71 more words

Cynicism

Wondering why so much effort to destroy a small enclave like Gaza? Here you go:

(not satire!)

Ever thought it a bit strange how so much expense and effort is being made to bomb a small and relatively defenceless enclave like Gaza? 209 more words

Cynicism

I'm Going to Make A Trillion Dollars

with my latest passion project, a series of screenplays, Darklina Loves ‘Wit Fangs: The Saga of Sagas. This teen supernatural action robot zombie romcom epic is the first part in a nine three-hour-film triple-trilogy that will change our perceptions of film making. 433 more words

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Iain Duncan Smith claimed expenses for his underpants (really!)

(not satire – it’s Iain Duncan Smith!)

If there were ever any doubts that Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Iain Duncan Smith is a very nasty bully of the highest order – as well as a hypocrite of the highest order – this little anecdote will surely remove them. 391 more words

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Duncan Smith reckons cutting welfare for cancer patients is "creating jobs"

(not satire – it’s Iain Duncan Smith!)

Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Iain Duncan Smith is claiming that his welfare reforms are creating jobs… 247 more words

Cynicism

Government scraps HS2 after business leaders agree to arrange meetings 20 mins later

(satire?)

Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin has confirmed the government is to scrap the building of the high-speed rail link between London and cities in the north of England after businessmen and women living in the capital agreed to arrange their meetings in the north 20 minutes later. 136 more words

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