Sainsbury’s staff caught moonlighting at the Chairman’s house during work hours

Sainsbury’s staff caught moonlighting at the Chairman’s house during work hours

  Sainsbury’s staff officially signed off from work were caught moonlighting at the Chairman’s house working on his barn conversion during work hours.   At least five checkout girls were being used as bricklayers and staff from the deli counter, the bakery and the frozen food section were also found at the address wearing hard…

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Human Trafficking migrants at Sports Direct ask to be returned home immediately

Human Trafficking migrants at Sports Direct ask to be returned home immediately

  The Sports Direct Shirebrook warehouse has been embroiled in fresh controversy after human trafficking migrants working there asked to be returned home after less than a week on the job.   The migrants have also indicated that they plan on taking legal action against the people that arranged their transportation over to the UK…

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World’s most expensive mouse droppings discovered in Poundland

World’s most expensive mouse droppings discovered in Poundland

  Poundland has enjoyed a sharp increase in its share price after staff found mouse droppings at two outlet stores in Birmingham worth £134,000.   Alongside the valuable find at the stores, excited staff also discovered a chocolate Father Christmas with part of its head nibbled away, a partially-eaten Easter egg and rodent-related ‘smearing’ on…

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Samsung boss caught with mobile phones in jail after an explosion in the canteen

Samsung boss caught with mobile phones in jail after an explosion in the canteen

  Samsung boss Mr. Lee Jae-yong was caught smuggling mobile phones in jail after an explosion was heard as prisoners queued for their evening meal.   The Electronics company’s heir apparent was detained on suspicion of bribery, embezzlement and perjury in relation to South Korea’s president Park Geun-hye. He was found in possession of a Galaxy Note…

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British Fizz to be named, ‘British Fizz,’ after 50 years of squabbling

British Fizz to be named, ‘British Fizz,’ after 50 years of squabbling

  The United Kingdom Vineyard Association have finally decided upon a name for British Fizz after debating the issue at meetings for over 50 years.   The issue of what to name British Sparkling Wine was raised at the first ever Vineyard Association gathering over five decades ago and members have been squabbling over the…

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Tiffany & Co. seek anti-social behaviour order against noisy neighbours

Tiffany & Co. seek anti-social behaviour order against noisy neighbours

  Tiffany & Co. are seeking an anti-social behaviour order against their next door neighbours The W1nners’ Club can reveal.   The once respectable Fifth Avenue in New York that was home to top tier jewellers like Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpel and Harry Winston, has been turned into a no go area because of…

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PM says, ‘Brexit,’ will be replaced by the term, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

PM says, ‘Brexit,’ will be replaced by the term, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

  Theresa May has finally outlined her plans for Britain’s departure from the EU and has stated unequivocally that the word, ‘Brexit,’ will be replaced by, ‘Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.’ The Prime minister says that the word used in the hit film, ‘Mary Poppins,’ is the most accurate indicator of the terms Britain will be seeking in any…

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Rolls Royce insist bribery is the best way to sell a £250,000 skip on wheels

Rolls Royce insist bribery is the best way to sell a £250,000 skip on wheels

  Rolls Royce insist that bribery and corruption are still two of the best ways to sell a £250,000 motorised skip on wheels to unyielding customers.   Given the plethora of other things that could be purchased with a quarter of a million pounds, the car maker is adamant that the odd kickback and freebie…

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Office workers forced to wear brain scanners in a bid to eliminate, ‘sickies.’

Office workers forced to wear brain scanners in a bid to eliminate, ‘sickies.’

  Thousands of office workers have been forced by managers to wear brain scanners in a bid to prevent them, ‘pulling a sickie.’   The devices will be able to monitor how much they spent at the pub after work, who they were with and also what time they went to bed if indeed they…

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BBC viewers say streaming TV shows before they air will make a mess of the news

BBC viewers say streaming TV shows before they air will make a mess of the news

  Users of the BBC iPlayer service have expressed concern over plans to make TV programmes available in their entirety before they are screened on television.   Viewers have highlighted potential problems in certain areas, most notably when it comes to watching the news. Habitual TV license payer Mrs. Chanel Fore said, “In my opinion,…

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