News · Satire · Spoof · Parody · Humour · John Prescott
17th September
Updated from time to time

This week in history

Find out what the world was talking about and we were satirising this week in history. Updated every Monday.

2007

Brighton Rock in crisis
McCanns accused over Northern Rock queuing crisis

2006

Muslims upset by Pope 'violent' jibe
Grateful British web users enjoy satire for first time
Six arrested on suspicion of "being frightening"
Archbishop of Canterbury says children better off not being born
Footballers and managers react with disappointment to 'bung' investigation
Parents warned over extremist behaviour by Home Secretaries
UK patients face transplant recall

2005

UN forces land in Weston-Super-Mare
No regrets for man who panic bought 40,000 litres of petrol
Branson announces pirate fertility clinic
MI5 detains 15,000 UK 'terror suspects'
DeadBrain Exclusive: Downing Street tea-lady's uncensored diary revealed
Panic in Warsaw as Germans 'head for polls'
"Bogeys" to feature as Olympic sport in 2012

2004

Sun smuggles live elephant into Parliament; security officially declared a joke
Dubya's Week: The president's world-famous erection

2003

Renewed calls for Hutton Inquiry to be clearly marked
Cheney look-alike blames Saddam Hussein™ for everything
Bush to Hurricane Isabel: "Bring it on!"
Government outlaws popular meat-based product

2002

Straw: Saddam is too rude
Blunkett in language barrier shock
Iraq gives Bush what he wants "to piss him off"
Tories propose "Paedophile TV"
SPECIAL REPORT: Activists strike "rogue" GM beanstalk
ITV pulls plug on Barrymore
SPECIAL REPORT: US declares "War of Annoyance" on Iraq
Live drug-taking to feature in BBC's new-look TV schedule

2001

Duncan Smith Rules
Brown envelopes banned

View more old articles in our archive
AddThis Feed Button AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Comment | Print | Send to a friend
DeadBrain Offbeat: Strange but true news
Satire on your mobile phone


DeadBrain... Search... Login...