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C ld W Cold War Joke of the day "Dma "You can imagine Disraeli's disappointment.
The photograph was originally sent to the Sunday Mercury 30 years ago by James Kendall who wrote at the time: "I still remember the joke of the day in London.
com will be updated every weekday and will be drawn from the following online video features: -- Joke of the Day -- no one delivers a joke better than a Playboy model -- Ask Hef Anything -- wit and wisdom from Mr.
ti nservative Joke of the day "S to nt th G Sh Shapps o "Speeches are easy to learn if there's nothing in them," - Grant Shapps on Ed Miliband's conference speech spoken without notes.
STAR SIGHTINGS Michael Cashman and Tony Booth QUOTE OFTHE DAY Conservatives: The only party that spent two years in hibernation in search of a new image and came back as the Addams family Tony Blair THEME TUNE OF THE DAY Praise Me, by FatBoy Slim JOKE OF THE DAY Q What do Peter Mandelson and a freezer have in common?
An animated joke teller entertains customers while they wait for a table, and if those jokes are missed, waitresses will tell the joke of the day.
Popular general entertainment features, like the Joke of the Day and Daily Horoscopes.
William Hague' ti nservative Joke of the day "S to nt th G Sh Shapps o "Speeches are easy to learn if there's nothing in them," - Grant Shapps on Ed Miliband's conference speech spoken without notes.