UK 4G Network now so slow this was actually written yesterday

UK 4G Network now so slow this was actually written yesterday

  Britain’s 4G mobile phone network is now so slow that the post you are reading was written and shared yesterday.   Despite pressing, ‘publish,’ on our WordPress content management system at around 11 am yesterday morning, you are only able to read it now due to the insanely slow speed of the UK’s mobile…

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Children overjoyed at the prospect of a strike by Argos drivers

Children overjoyed at the prospect of a strike by Argos drivers

  Children across the United Kingdom have expressed their delight at the prospect of not receiving presents from Argos this Christmas due to a delivery driver strike.   Many of the youngsters in question have only just got over the fact that their disappointing gifts from last year were not delivered by a cuddly old…

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Donald Trump to shorten his tweets in a bid to rescue US economy

Donald Trump to shorten his tweets in a bid to rescue US economy

  US President elect Donald Trump has vowed to reduce the length of his tweets as part of a radical plan to rescue the US economy.   Barely a week after taking a pot shot at Boeing, his latest social media mauling has knocked over £4 billion from the value of three defence companies involved…

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Ugly footballers demand HMRC crackdown on image right tax avoidance schemes

Ugly footballers demand HMRC crackdown on image right tax avoidance schemes

  Ugly footballers playing in the Premier League have demanded HMRC cracks down on the use of tax avoidance schemes that tend to benefit some of their better looking colleagues.   A recent W1nners’ Club investigation found that some players are taking advantage of an arrangement with the taxman that minimises the amount paid on…

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Sports Direct plans to boost profits by purchasing a $50 million private jet

Sports Direct plans to boost profits by purchasing a $50 million private jet

  Sports Direct announced they will boost their plunging profits and share price by spending $51.1 million on a new private Jet.   It is unclear what the rationale behind such a plan is, but city experts have been scratching their heads in confusion as the troubled retailer responds to a 57% dive in profits…

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Drug pushers angry at pharmaceutical companies for ruining their reputation

Drug pushers angry at pharmaceutical companies for ruining their reputation

  Illegal narcotic industry vendors have expressed revulsion at the way their reputations have been tarnished by the recent conduct of leading pharmaceutical companies.   Flynn Pharma and US giant Pfizer face a fine of nearly £90 million for ripping off the NHS by hiking the price of an epilepsy drug used by 48,000 patients…

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Uber app controls your mind and makes you hail cabs you don’t need

Uber app controls your mind and makes you hail cabs you don’t need

  Privacy conscious users of Uber have raised concerns over the latest update that allows the app to take control of your mind and makes you hail cabs for journeys that should normally take 5 minutes on foot.   Previously, Uber would only follow a user’s GPS signal when the app was open on a…

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Channel 4 issues black biros to staff in a bid to improve diversity

Channel 4 issues black biros to staff in a bid to improve diversity

  Channel 4 announced it would be issuing black biros to staff in a bid to make itself more reflective of the wider community.   The broadcaster has faced criticism recently after it emerged the only thing in the media company’s office that has so much as a slight hue of shade about it is…

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Ryanair doing package holidays makes Club 18-30s resemble a gap year in Provence

Ryanair doing package holidays makes Club 18-30s resemble a gap year in Provence

  Low cost airline operator Ryanair announced the launch of a new package holiday service that seeks to undercut existing tour operators by offering even cheaper ways for young Brits to get into trouble on the continent through excessive binge drinking.   The new venture called Ryanair Holidays, will take what’s left of UK holidaymakers’…

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Tofu World wins the contract to manufacture Britain’s new fiver

Tofu World wins the contract to manufacture Britain’s new fiver

  Vegan street food restaurant chain Tofu World recently announced it has won the contract to manufacture Britain’s new fiver.   The use of animal fat in the current £5 note has forced the Bank of England to seek an alternative supplier after a petition was raised expressing anger at the use of animal products…

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