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Irish Doctor Who Meets His Match

Irish Dr Who Speaks To Parliament: Prime Minister David Cameron used all his powers of concentration to stop Irish Dr Who from taking over the country last night using just his eyes and a determined frown, below.

Angry David Cameron

At times smoke could be seen coming from the head of the youngest British Prime Minister since William Pitt The Younger.

"I thought he was going to explode " said one person in the public gallery.

Irish President aka Irish Dr Who

The incident happened live on the BBC Parliament Channel. It was the first time that someone older than the channel's Freeview number has ever spoken to Parliament. The BBC Parliament channel is 81, The Irish Dr Who is 756.

No English people died in the immediate aftermath.

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Corrections: In yesterday's story: 'Man Kills Wife's Pet Ram In Bitter Divorce Battle' it seems that a number of errors crept in: The third, fifth and seventh pictures were of a donkey and not a ram as we claimed. Our reporting was disappointingly vague around paragraph 4-10 - we intended to say that the man killed the wife's ram, a sheep, and not the random access memory in her computer as it appeared we accidentally typed. No gay marriage has ever ended in a ram slaying as we claimed.

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What Was Your Favourite Monty Python TV Sketch Of The 1970s? Have Your Say

"My favourite Monty Python sketch was the one where they all dressed up in ill fitting women's clothing and threw water in the face of the one if he could be made to accidentally say a Latin word in a high pitched voice that sounded like an ancient Greek one. I had never seen anything quite like it. It was sheer genius." KJ

"I loved the sketch before the classic Spanish Inquisition sketch. It involved Michael Palin dressed as a badger and John Cleese was trying to persuade him to kill himself in the same way that Socrates killed himself. I will never forget the classic line "Socrates, eat the bleedin apple!" I laugh even thinking about it. Sheer brilliance." PP

"I just loved it when a hairy shirtless balding tubby man played the piano badly in a field for the whole 30 minute programme. It was sheer genius. Before that all we had seen on the telly was Liberace. Can you see what the Monty Python lads were doing? They were parodying Liberace by being the exact opposite. Brilliant!" FS

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Letters To The Editor

Dear Sir,

Further to your article 'A Lot Of Python Was Crap, Says Palin' I can't agree more. Especially that awful sketch when they all spoke in Latin with a regional accent while the one with the beard sang Jerusalem in a high pitched voice while taking a shower.

Yours, Harry Gunbum

Dear Sir,

Further to your shocking article 'A Lot Of Python Was Crap, Says Palin'. Surely everyone can remember that brilliant surreal sketch in which everyone was Dali and they argued over what time it was in various idioms. Where would Ricky Gervais be today without them? Probably at the bottom of the English Channel if truth be told.

Yours, Jonny Rotton

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Dear Sir,

Michael Palin should watch what he says about Monty Python. A lot of us viewers at the time went through a lot of pain to watch their shows. I'm not talking just about the writing, which at times was dire, but, also, someone had to stand holding the aerial, sometimes at a strange angle just to get a picture. The kids don't know they're born today.

Yours, Merry Christmas-Shrobshire-Throgmorton III