Parody of British tabloids and news magazines. Published weekly.
British newspaper spoof, with news, articles and reviews. Updated every two months.
Parody of the BBC current affairs show, Hard Talk.
Jim Day 2000 itinerary including scheduled entertainment and festivities as well as how to contribute to the celebration.
A sarcastic assault on the news of the world. Actual headlines straight off the Internet are "altered" to become more entertaining caricatures of themselves.
Parody news stories covering every conceivable topic. Like a newspaper ... only not quite. Very funny.
The fake blog of the Indian Prime Minister, targeting the "new economy", business and politics.
Small town British newspaper parody.
Parody of Matt Drudge's site that puts the yellow back in journalism.
Framley's traditional favourite since 1978.
Satirical Canadian online newspaper.
Parody of "The Drudge Report".
A look at the world's news through the eyes of a surrealist. "The truth is not an issue compared to humour".
Left-leaning satire news for all the unwashed masses.
A repository for rumors, revelations all done in tasteful colours.
Incredible lies today - still bollocks tomorrow.
Contains bits from the Snooze sitdown comedy newsletter, a forum for people to write in about a variety of issues.
A weekly newspaper that deals with the essence of English rural life.
America's Most Un-respected News Source. News, Business, Sports, Horoscopes, and Free Classified Ads. Reader participation encouraged.
News spoof site featuring US and UK news, horoscopes, bogus celebrity weblogs, and picture caption contests.
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