Band Aid Reunion

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As reported recently in Private Eye a group of famous pop stars have reunited to raise millions of pounds for good causes!

The band, Don't Take That, launched their tour last night asking fans to help them raise money in order to pay their tax bills.

"It's great to have the boys back" said a spokesman for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs. We've not had a record from them for far too long, but now we've decided they're 'Back for Good!'

A spokesman for the band said "we're happy doing our bit for such a worthwhile enterprise and we're hoping that our contribution will go towards hospitals, schools etc, in impoverished countries like England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland."

Ed "Thought you would like a bit of sarcastic humour to start off the year!"

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