Conservationists confirmed today that the last surviving Rolfaroo had been released from captivity, and may now be hunted.
The Rolfaroo, which has been held in captivity for the last three years, had previously been hunted to near-extinction in the Great Cull of 1975 lead by the Great White Hunter William Oddie (pictured).
Famed 1970s childrens’ entertainer, and noted henhouse botherer, Basil Brush has expressed his confusion over supporting the Conservative Party.
A long time Tory voter, who for many years had the ear of Principal Private Secretary Bernard Woolley (codenamed Mr. Derek), Brush has been thrown into turmoil over the proposed re-instatement of fox hunting.
The leader of Camberwick Green Council, Mayoress Mrs. Honeyman, has called a surprise election, throwing the districts plans to cede from Trumptonshire into chaos.
Tony Cutout is currently initiating legal action against his long-dead childnood cat friend.
The action claims that since the cat, Charley, has not given him advice since his death in the late 1980s, Tony’s life has turned to to shit.
A sub-postmistress, who was prosecuted for false accounting, has vowed to keep fighting after a group of councillors criticised the Post Office for the way it has handled cases involving her and other
alleged victims of a miscarriage of justice.