Castle-dwelling billionaire Prince Charles worries that we’re all living too large. In a just world, he’d be deposed by angry pitchfork-wielding smelly Frenchies who’d make him live in a 1 room ‘sustainable’ flat……
THE death of the worldâ€™s most wanted man, Osama Bin Laden, only days after the Royal Wedding is not coincidence, sources have revealed. Experts believe the wedding of Our Will and Kate has brought a new found peace to the world, leaving no room for despots and terrorists.
The Wedding of Our Will and Kate will be watched by an estimated two billion people around the globe and VEXNEWS will be one of them, bringing you the latest from a pub in East London most possibly near, or literally on, Brick Lane.
THE finest royal collectables on the planet are now available on the streets of London. Everyone from the most discerning buyer to the most American of tourists can pick up anything their hearts desires with Our Will and Kateâ€™s mug on them â€“ including mugs, if that takes their fancy. VEXNEWS has been bitterly disappointed with its first and last royal memento buy as London correspondent David Saunderson reports.
POP sensation Justin Bieber will mediate between feuding UK vampire and werewolf factions in the hope of averting a supernatural war that could unhinge the Royal Wedding in London next week.
Dark and unholy magic has correctly predicted a rift in the Middleton clan, possibly threatening the Royal Wedding and the loves and hopes of billions of people across the globe reports London correspondent David Saunderson.
Our London correspondent David Saunderson is showing Brit scribes how it’s done in his brilliant investigations into the Royal Wedding. Does he even go so far as to try on a speculative copy of the official gown?
Anarchist attacks on the Royal Wedding are the least of Our Will and Kateâ€™s problems, an exclusive VEXNEWS investigation by our London correspondent David Saunderson has revealed.
The VEXNEWS Investigations Unit is spreading its wings across the globe, celebrating the opening of its first foreign bureau (unless you count Canberra). Feared investigative journalist David Saunderson will head our London operation which will closely follow the incredibly exciting looming Royal Wedding, the imminent extradition of accused rapist publisher Julian Assange and possibly obtain photographs of beefy blogger Guy Rundle ripping into his third steak and kidney pud at a London pub. Good times.