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Arch-Brexiteer Nigel Farage is pranked on-air during radio show

This is for everybody who’s sick and tired of the fuss over Brexit:

I’m not saying you have to suffer the same fate as the caller claimed, in order to support Brexit – but I have no doubt at all that many people across the country can sympathise with the sentiment.

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If Theresa May wants to fight injustice, she should start with this

The satirists have been having a field day with Theresa May’s speech.

Did you know that Simon Brodkin, the comedian who pranked Theresa May by handing her a mocked-up P45 during her speech to the Conservative Party conference and saying it was from Boris Johnson, was arrested after he was escorted from the hall?

What crime did he commit?

Mrs May spent a considerable part of her speech talking about fighting injustice, saying “That’s what I’m in this for” after every example.

Will she devote her efforts to ending the injustice against a man who was placed under arrest for playing a practical joke?

It seems unlikely.


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Prank caller gets through to David Cameron

"I've been speaking to @BarackObama about the situation in Ukraine. We are united in condemnation of Russia's actions."

In fact, the call was taken on a mobile phone. Cameron’s expression looks about right, though.

A hoax caller managed to persuade Downing Street to put him through to David Cameron, according to the BBC.

He claimed to be Robert Hannigan, director of government monitoring agency GCHQ.

We can only speculate about the details of the call which, we are told, was “quite brief”.

What was said to the comedy prime minister in those few brief moments?

Did the prankster tell him to stop playing Angry Birds and do some work?

Did he warn Mr Cameron that planned new snooping laws will mean his own phone will be monitored as well as everybody else’s?

Or did he simply say it was a wrong number – he was trying to contact a real, elected prime minister?

We may never know.

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