This Week Trends
LONDON - England - As the price of everyday goods in the UK soar to ridiculous levels there is not even a squeak or murmur from the pliant British people. Why is that?
NICE - France - The Daily Squib predicts the six step plan post Nice terror attack.
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LONDON - England - The online gaming industry has evolved tremendously from the days of reliance on Flash for interactive content.
WASHINGTON DC - USA - The much publicised video of S&P rating agency executives urinating on euro notes sprawled on the floor was made public on Wednesday raising outrage in Europe.
WASHINGTON D.C. - USA - President Barack Obama has given Americans a very important choice to make -- Guns or Obamacare.
LONDON - England - Labourphile Equalities Minister, Harriet Harperson groomed a child in the seventies and persuaded them to vote for the Labour party, something that does not bode well for the coming General Election 2015.
LONDON - England - A brief open communique to Chief Brexiteer Nigel Farage.
WASHINGTON D.C. - USA - Donald Trump today declared that all books written by satirical author David Hutter be incinerated in the White House incinerator.
CAIRO - Egypt - A court which gave a two year jail sentence to a singer who appeared in a music video eating a banana has been petitioned by our lawyers and should be released soon.
STRASBOURG - France - The so-called Brexit negotiations were today put on hold as Guy Verhofstadt ate fourteen cockroaches whilst talking at the EU parliament building.
SAN FRANCISCO - USA - Men who have unjustifiably been accused of sexual harassment and unjustly tried on social networks by self-appointed judges with no evidence to back up their claims, are fighting back with a #youtoo hashtag.
LOS ANGELES - USA - Feminist groups are urging the banning of all Christmas trees, usually used in the Christmas season and decorated, to be banned as they represent a fertile phallus as conducted in Pagan ceremonies thousands of years ago, and later adopted by Christians.
WASHINGTON D.C. - USA - President Donald Trump recognized Kiev as Russia's capital on Wednesday and announced plans to relocate the US Embassy there, a move expected to inflame tensions in the region and unsettle the prospects for peace.