The Prime Minister has informed the House of Commons that the vote on one of the most important pieces of legislation to pass through Parliament in recent years: the Brexit bill, has been delayed. And she’s not putting it back on the table until the cabinet get together and all take back the mean, mean […]
The machines play a fundamental role in surgery – with requests to ‘pass the scalpel’ or ‘apply pressure’ traditionally sent via fax. Surgeons say this ensures messages are relayed without ambiguity as verbal cues tend to be muffled by surgical masks – which can be problematic. One consultant recalled asking an assistant, ‘Did you just fart?’ on a day when the fax machine happened to be out of order. They responded by immediately removing the patient’s heart.
After an embarrassing day of disruption, telephony giant O2 has finally managed to get its data network back online. After a few hours off the grid, briefly able to relax and remain unconcerned about what was trending on Twitter or what their mum had posted on Facebook – O2 customers have finally managed to get […]
The PM is doing all she can to remind MPs of the consequences of voting down her Brexit deal. This includes changing the running order for today’s House of Commons’ Carol Service – ditching the majority of festive favourites, in favour of Brexit-themed reversions that really spell out just how much trouble this country will be in.
Architects at a London museum have created what they describe as ‘the perfect gingerbread city’. No, seriously. This is a thing. That’s not the bit of the story we made up – it’s in bold, and that means it’s the truth. The city includes confectionary landmarks such as ‘Bakewell Bridge’ and the ‘Hot Cross Pub’, […]
The Daily Mirror have published a story claiming that 59% of the programmes on the BBC’s two main channels over Christmas have aired before. In return, the BBC have sent the Daily Mirror the exact same response they sent last year – when asked to comment on a near-identical story. John O’Connell, chief of the […]
Parisians on all sides unite in an attempt to shed their old-fashioned ‘city of love’ image.
“Who wants to visit a place famous for being the world’s city of love’ anyway, when the very concept of ‘love’ has been tarnished by shows such as Love Island, and reduced to the image of two gym addicts rutting away like rabbits?”
The most expensive seats will make Adam Sandler comedies funny, give all films strong female leads and ensure that Nicholas cage is never on screen. Hyper-immersive visuals will be complimented by commode-seating so people don’t have to miss bits of the film and annoy others as they shuffle awkwardly to the aisle.