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Duplicitous 2 by Tristan Rees-Davies

“They told me I couldn’t put Michael McIntyre in prison for telling jokes about my hair- well nobody is laughing now are they?” “Definitely not. If you’re just joining us now, we have Prime Minister Theresa May here with us on ‘We agree with you’. Prime Minister, how does...

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Duplicitous by Tristan Rees-Davies

It had been a long day. And he was really looking forward to putting his feet up, having a glass of red wine and perhaps forcing some of his imprisoned migrants to fight to the death. As the car pulled up to his house, he gave a sigh of...

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THE DEVOURING by Sarah Sharp

After his reinstatement, the prime minister held a press conference, in which he spoke of the exciting times ahead and how proud he was to steer the country on to a new vision of prosperity and wealth. He also expressed excitement about soon being able to introduce to the...

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LATE by Baboonicorn

He dropped back over the wall, pockets bulging with the rampion he’d plucked from her garden. His wife needed it so much… If he could just make it back to the cottage without – “Going somewhere, Miller?” croaked the voice he’d been dreading. “Ah… um… j-just c-clearing my h-head…...

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Interview – A Doctor Who Tale by The Scribbling Wren

The front door leads straight into his sitting room. “It’s funny being back here really. I don’t miss Skaro at all.” “You’ve been here before then?” I sit as I ask. “Yes, Odd really. 2164 is when we first came.” “Here, but in the future?” “Yes, I’m one of...

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Ledger – A short story for #fairytalefriday

It all starts with a dot. A black pool so tiny you wouldn’t notice it unless you were looking. A pause. Another dot and then another pause. Is this the right thing to do? It isn’t too late to stop. Right up to the moment after something is done,...

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QUEUEING by Spacebee

The sun never learns; it bruised itself upon the horizon every night. It spilled it’s blood on the horizon and she stood and watched. She was very still. She was always very still. The light rose and strengthened and dimmed across her serene features. Behind her the queue snaked...

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