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David Thair | 16:20 UK time, Wednesday, 5 May 2010

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Here's the last of today's Have I Got News For You caption jokes - as always, you can get 'em all on the official @bbcHIGNFY Twitter feed, if you're that way inclined.

Or, just read on to find the funnies.


In County Hall, it looks like Amanda from Accounts is about to receive an apology for the misunderstanding in the photocopy room...

Boris and some flowers ...CCTV footage reveals the man responsible for the steaming puddle on David Cameron's bike saddle...

Ed Balls ...and finally, in Westminster there's a good-natured debate about who was the worst ever Lib Dem leader.

Ex Lib Dems

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    1) Boris rushes to console David Cameron over his recent bout of hay-fever.

    2) On the BBC, Ed Balls is asked to introduce himself to their deaf viewers.

    3) Charles Kennedy discovers who has been spiking his drinks for the past 10 years.

  • Comment number 2.

    Are you interested in seeing a Justin Beiber & Miley Cyrus sketch comedy video? Check out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-0gfdtqOjw

  • Comment number 3.

    I just love Boris Johnson, he's a walking comedy. Did you hear the comments he said this morning about the new coalition government being a cross between "a chihuahua and a bulldog"! He's so great, we NEED people like Boris in politics, livens things up. And joining Peter Brookes of The Times fantastic political caricatures, several book publishers have lined up to give Boris a special pre-mayoral election buzz, british politics never looked so exciting!

  • Comment number 4.

    1) Boris Johnson sends his kind regards to Ken Livingstone on the Eve of his 2nd Year in Office...

    2) Ed Balls decides its time to live up to his name...

    & Finally:

    3) At Liberal Democrat Spring Conference, Charles Kennedy decides to open up to past leaders about the rehabilitation process which he underwent after resigning as Party Leader...

 

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