Have I Got a Bit More News for You S64 E3. Victoria Coren Mitchell. 7 Oct 22

Have I Got a Bit More News for You S64 E3. Victoria Coren Mitchell. 7 Oct 22

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[Music] foreign [Music] [Applause] [Music] good evening and welcome to have I got news for you I'm Victoria Corona Mitchell in the news this week at the Ballon branch of Pizza Express there's dismay for the chef as another customer orders the American hot at central office a trip to the first floor is a bit of a treat for some of the conservative party membership who voted for Liz truss and most commentators agree that Liz truss could have chosen a more private moment to tell one of her ministers that they're sacked [Applause] foreign [Applause] who reported from the Conservative Party Conference so tonight will be the second time in a week she's been in a venue where half the audience were asleep please welcome Isabel Hardman on Paul's team is a comedian whose show was described by the times as a hugely enjoyable hour of stand-up unfortunately it was a three-hour special please welcome Ivo Graham we begin with the bigger news stories of the week Ian and Isabel have a look at this the woman of the moment the ex-prime minister there's her local party yeah a group of Puppets and a man walking in a straight line you see now you turn saying and she's blowing something up the economy so you were there how gloomy was it oh it was great that's great if you like feasting on human misery I cannot recommend a better holiday Comforts in Birmingham I read in the papers that Liz's speech was marvelous and was going to Rouse the nation is that not true be good conference it would have been a really really bad speech [Applause] raised coffee speech I did should we have a look at that speech while in England we have now virtually eliminated weights of over two years we are speeding up our plans to roll out Community diagnostic Centers as well as new hospitals foreign normally coffee wakes people up biggest reaction from the Green Peace demonstrators they appeared with a banner and a man angrily pulled the banner away from them and brilliantly they had another identical background well let's have a look at one annoying Heckler that was the speech of the Prime Minister trying to hold her party together have you done enough prime minister foreign [Applause] that wasn't the climate change people that was Chris Basin from the BBC the climate change protesters let's look at them yes let's get them removed [Applause] when they're all shouting out out I wasn't sure who they were saying it to and of course the protests said D lanyarded there that's the ultimate indignity how did Jacob Marie smog avoid that happening to him was in a brothel she didn't say something that wouldn't make the edit that's all how Jacob Reese smog wears his lanyard it looks like he's a lot an auction here's a debate that I enjoyed I hope you know the answer to this is Liz truss the first prime minister to have gone to comprehensive School Theresa May school was a comprehensive school no it was selective as was Gordon Brown's school what John Major selective the key word is selective because no one chose Liz Truss it before the speech said the good thing is that the slogan is projected onto the wall behind her so it's not going to fall off like it did with Theresa May that's a pretty low expectation Francis Elliot at the time said expectations for her speech are so low that mediocre would be a Triumph we remind ourselves of that particular so please Theresa loaded ready to go let's have a look of modern Britain in all its diversity compassion and strength that was shared building a country that works or everyone else in this party will have to be prime minister and how did Liz truss avoid that happening get projected projected onto a wall via the magic of light and I turned to you was a sort of high-tech expert yes what is the downside of using this sort of back projection well it's up there for ages and people look at it and think that isn't true people that are computer whizzers can adjust it I mean for example like this the left are attacking our profound wanting to replace them with the poison of identity politics what a day but we need to focus on the job in hand what is the anti-growth Coalition it's an imaginary group of enemies if you are doing very very badly in the polls and you have no ideas traditionally you invent an enemy you just list everybody and say they're anti-growth they're anti-hur I mean if she thinks she is some sort of growth in this class said the anti-growth Coalition included labor the lib Dems and the SNP The Daily Mail said number 10 won't rule out Jamie Oliver she's blamed everyone IMF BBC CV DFS let's see who trust thought was to blame for the 45 tax Chancellor can I can I ask you prime minister did you discuss scrapping the top rate with your whole cabinet no no we didn't it was a decision that um the chancellor made [Music] two who is the chancellor blaming for the financial meltdown oh yes on the death of the queen on the death of the queen death of the queen so it was her fault why don't we have a look at him at the Queen's funeral just processing that grief oh yes yes I am he's a strange character isn't he this sort of slow walking that he does I wonder perhaps have he had some medical condition but he's got his head stuck on his ass or something thank you you walked slowly because he's got these very extreme bunions on his feet and if you have bunions you need to pop down boots and get yourself an anti-growth coalition I mean nobody knows what he was laughing at I mean presumably he was thinking if I bring in a mini budget I can tank the Holy Ghost Isabel do you think there's going to be an election soon I mean I don't think there's any option that makes anything any better is that the official slogan I don't think there's any option that makes anything any better this trust was adamant she wasn't going to drop the plan to scrap the 45p tax but less than 24 hours later she had you turned on that leading to uh this headline in the Sun at exactly the center in unison Liz truss and quasiquoting tweeted we get it and we have listened all the other horrible things in the mini budget are still going ahead it's just that this headline one's been pulled back you've been mugged by someone who takes your wallet takes your phone and they say I'm going to take your car as well and see can't take my car fine I went to the car off with a wallet in your phone I've still got my car that's something at least having come out and said it should she have stuck with it no I mean because she's got a number of other u-turns to go we do two u-turns aren't you then facing the same way just met the ball one another one are you still down in that direction I said last week you should be Chancellor I don't know I'm waiting for the call you can do the maths yeah but I can find somebody that can do it what is it that Liz trust doesn't like about the media they keep reporting what she says [Laughter] she also accused them of taking taxis from North London townhouses to the BBC Studios yes and I was pretty appalled by that you know live in North London yeah I live in South London I took a limo for God laughs she was asked in his trust by the guardian whether she herself had ever taken a taxi from her London townhouse to the BBC Studios at a Downing Street spokesperson replied I'll get back to you the pound has recovered slightly but who is a weak pound good for apart from kirst armor well it's good for people who bet against it it's good for the Hedge funders it's good for those people and also tourists of course yes Virgin Atlantic this week advertised flights to American customers with the slogan come and see the king for half price which is also the slogan that they used for meetings at the palace with the Saudis it was the same it was the same program Michael Gover said Liz has no mandate for income tax cuts for the very wealthiest that led Sarah Vine to write an article which was headlined trust has broken the first rule of politics keep your friends close for your enemies like my former husband there you go just said exactly what they threw the two Greenpeace women out for saying you don't have a mandate that's what's on there Ben and no one voted for this I mean and the only reason I feel safe this week of sort of being here and you know being on the BBC is that Nadine Doris came out this week and said this government has lurched to the right that's woke Lefty the dean Doris I mean that means I'm just right in the middle and I'm feeling fine Nadine Doris said if we don't want to deliver on the deal the promises we need a fresh mandate of course we have to put that judgment in the context of the Nadine Doris describing Boris Johnson as one of the world's greatest what advice did the chairman of the Parliamentary conservative party Jake Berry yes have for people worried about the cost of living crisis I mean I can tell you I literally had never heard of him until today I'm going to say that right out yeah but Norwood is family Jake Barry's comforting advice people know that when their bills arrive they can either cut their consumption or they can get higher salary or higher wages go out there and get that new job sure it's part of the approach the government is taking who is he who's in charge of their election messaging oh well there we are then what could go wrong with that so he came up with getting Britain moving because we're repossessing your house don't get behind it oh well that might be nuclear war this is the news that Liz truss is still prime minister Margaret Thatcher must be turning in her grave if such they were possible which of course is not because of the wooden stake see they say they said lions in the wild once they've had a taste of human flesh they keep eating humans well the 2019 intake of MPS has had its Taste of Flesh adding anyway here's your name badge enjoy the conference in Her speech the Prime Minister admitted her policies would cause disruption but said status quo is not an option so obviously that's how they ended up with them people Paul and Ivo take a look at this yes ah yes I recognize those tins those are quality Street tins yeah quality street rappers at last something I'm interested in the trains the quality street rappers after 70 years Christmas time black and white TV used to hold up the yellow thing and look through it and make it look like a color TV quality street rappers have changed next question well you used to look through the wrapper yeah a black and white televisions in the 1960s to make it look as if it was in color I don't suppose you did that at Eaton did you I thought just got to keep my head down about my private education during the roundabout the conservative party and then we can have that nice relaxing bit about quality Street one person gets you when you least expect it why have they done this oh I don't know they can't get the papier mache for whatever reason you know it's for environmental reasons yes good would you like to see the old rappers compared to the news I think there's no other way we can advance this debate it was the old rappers lovely you see those the yellow ones you see look through that here's what the new ones will look like yeah I agree there's one Boo for Jake Perry yeah and there was a whole chorus of foods yeah New Quality Street yeah I think we might be doing it for PR so you know to get people talking about it so I should clarify they look [ __ ] um but who thinks this is a huge deal and it's a bit sad I I should imagine there's a quality Street appreciation society that has sort of said no you know we have memories of holding up the yellow rappers watching black and white TV Alex Hutchinson yes that's him it's actually she according to Sunday Times well I know him better than you did she's a chocolate historian any ideas for what she won't specialize in quality Street I mean I've got a list here William of Orange was the Roses there you go the Battle of Marathon oh I see these are jokes the Magnum Carter that's me done yes but each individual Holiday Street has its own wrapping machine yeah no it's not surprising at all quality Street means anything it's the word quality I wouldn't expect some old bloke smoking a flag around the background yeah that's all the top he's done he's got the ginger sleeves I wouldn't expect that from them that's why the boxes are so small yeah quality Street not quantity straight yeah who do you think was more enthusiastic than Paul about the fact that each individual quality Street chocolate has its own wrapping machine oh was it Greg thingy Greg Wallace Greg Wallace Greg thingy and his friend the other one yeah should we have a look at Greg thingy at the factory yeah the sweets coming off from Daria now okay brilliant and then as it gets up to the top they're just twisting it they're twisting yeah literally like a couple of fingers coming in and twisting it yeah so and that's what we've got brilliant yes he had a drugs test that scene has been holding up to the telecon look and now it's in color this is amazing you don't understand do you in related news yes yes what would Jacob Reese smog like you to do with the chocolate orange I'll tell you what I would like to do with the chocolate orange that Jacob oh I know redistribute it more fairly so you get the orange out and five six of it are for Jacob and the wrapper is for everybody else Jacob Bruce Morgan would like us all as a passive protest against the nanny state to move the chocolate oranges to the checkout counter I love the idea that you protest against the nanny State this is a man who grew up with a nun he who still follows him around okay sweats himself so I mean that he's against the nanny state in a climate change breakthrough Nestle have announced that some of the rappers on quality Street will soon be recyclable the changes to Quality Street are yet another example of the modern woke agenda ruining the traditions of Christmas this year they've even got a man doing the Queen's speech the changes across the street will be rolled out across the entire product range encompassing cartons pouches tins and tubs coincidentally the aims of the remaining members of take that and so to round two the strengthometer of news fingers on buzzers these teams yes Elon Musk he made an offer to buy Twitter and then he said no I'm not doing that I made a mistake and now he's back on board and uh he's going to be on Twitter and why do you think he had this change of heart does he realize Twitter was full of angry ill-informed people like himself is he in the middle of some sort of court case and if he doesn't buy Twitter it will lead to more of his private messages being potentially revealed as part of that case so essentially buying Twitter to stop people seeing his WhatsApp messages for like 10 billion pounds which actually quite a good deal I would say well he was being sued by Twitter for pulling out of the deal to buy it and one of the possible outcomes of the case was that he would lose and be forced to buy it so some people are saying well if he buys it now it works out much cheaper for him he's also said that it's the accelerant to X the everything up that's his new line yes do you understand X the everything app well he's got a lot of x's so I guess why is the U.S Democratic party worried about this takeover by Elon Musk is this because Trump would be allowed back on Twitter he said he put him back on Twitter where has the former president been posting on social media since you've been off Twitter oh he has his own social media Network called trumpy I thought he was just on Pinterest just you know posting inspirational Interiors he's shouting through the medium of Truth social which a journalist for the financial times described as the saddest sight on the internet and she's seen ivo's on Myspace page so strong work won't see more dedicated Kaiser Chiefs fan art anywhere else how did Joe Biden embarrass himself for last week in relation to the congresswoman Jackie woloski I didn't know I didn't see him he asked her to stand up at a rally oh no but unfortunately she's in a wheelchair worse she struggled to do because she's dead Tuesday mind you it would have been a coup if she had a screwdriver he struggled to stand up and he's alive what else has Elon Musk been trying to solve he's been trying to solve the Ukraine Russian war and then there was a bit of a backlash people saying this isn't helping hugely and what did the Ukrainian ambassador to Germany say in response [ __ ] off [ __ ] off he also said that no ukrainians from now on would ever buy that Tesla electric car it was another swear word Tesla [ __ ] wagon [Applause] that was it yay you tried getting an mot on one of them what have Tesla announced that they're branching out into tanks they've built something that we saw this week a new oh is it robot yes a humanoid robot Elon Musk said it was a fundamental transformation of civilization as we know it well have you got a picture of one we can see actual footage of this groundbreaking technology let's have a look I could do have a new friend foreign [Music] it's a robot that does the work of four people three of them actually there if that's the future of the robotic industry I just couldn't be happier the only thing that walks slower than quasi quattang is that robot in other technology news what piece of equipment was malfunctioning at a London Travelodge this week did you see this story no Matthew Clark from Swansea got a message on Monday night from his hotel room TV a warning please don't wet bed [Applause] [Laughter] so this is the news that Elon Musk has decided that he'll go ahead with his plan to buy Twitter the BBC reported that the initial meeting to buy the social media firm took place at a farm and on that farm he agreed to become Twitter c-i-e-i-o it's an apple Old MacDonald oh dear me you sounded like battle brush then things on Buzz's teams here's the next one the face is familiar yes this is King Charles as we now know him this truss says he can't go to a conference about green issues and he wanted to go and she said you can't go King Charles had been going to make a speech at this climate conference and there were reports he'd been ordered not to go but both sides have said there is no suggestion of a row so there was a row in other news Prince William recently come into a possession of the duchy of Cornwall estate formerly owned by his father so that includes a garden center some rivers and a tin mine do you know what Prince Charles's income was from the duchy of Cornwall estate he must have come close to the old 45p mustn't he a better job so yeah he's got a better job his income from the duchy of Cornell was 21 million pounds a year he did pay income tax but not on the first 23 million pounds of earnings and no corporation tax or capital gains tax when he inherited the Queens estate he didn't pay inheritance tax but other than that he's just like you and me why might Prince William struggle to make the most of the Tin Mine it doesn't produce tin anymore well it certainly doesn't now because it's been forced to close because it was late to paying its rent for the duchy on time what did the man running the mine tell the man online you'll have to get your tin hat somewhere else oh he said I feel like I've been shafted hahaha do you know when the coronation is expected to be June the 3rd June the 3rd 2023 what else is happening that day uh horse race the FA Cup Final players will be competing for this beauty and isn't it lovely how they've adapted it to a likeness of the king this is the news that Liz trust told King Charles not to go to the cop 27 climate Summit The Royals are nervously awaiting Prince Harry's tell-all Memoir Andrew if you're scaring the index you're listed under P not Prince but higher up Prince William's recently inherited duchy of Cornwall estate includes a tin mine in Cornwall Prince William will be able to sell any metal produced by the Tin Mine thanks to the ancient Royal Proclamation whoever smelt it dealt it fingers on buzzers here we go yes poker ah it's cheating cheating in games the chess man who we did last week yes who had the beads that helped him he's been cheating again we just want to talk about anal beads again no I don't know I want to talk about the venerable being today and then lots of people in other games have said no we've got to cheat as well so there's a poker cheat I can't believe this wasn't the opening story presumably the cheating is above a level of what's been demonstrated here story because unlike the Victoria he's a you know proper poker player makes lots of money and wins competitions I play at an amateur level and this woman went all in with Jack High yes and she bit too early and he was just cross because he folded and when she bluffed in my view this woman is definitely not cheating the thing that people it's hard for non-pocal players to understand about it is he went all in and she called and you go how would you know you had the winning hand with Jack I but she didn't really because even though her Jack was beating his eight he can hit any six any Jack any seven any eight or any club so mathematically her hand is her head is there much more of this okay you're interested in quality street I'm interested in this hand yeah well make the rest of us interested in it imagine you've got an audience listening to this yeah yeah I think it's interesting because what people are accusing her of is having a hidden vibrating device like the anal bead yes and I don't think any of it's true I don't think the chess player did either I think he had an earpiece but where did he have the earpiece that's what everybody wants to know is there any other games it's spread to this vibrating cheating snap apparently used to cheat at board games according to her brother she must have been the banker presumably have you ever cheated at a game maybe would you cheat it again yes I lied about my entrance interview for Oxford University [Laughter] you told me you went to Oxford and yeah just for the day yeah I'd go by bus there has been a cheating allegation somewhere else it's been in the world of fishing yes it has yeah a man landed a giant Cod but it was covered in batter there were these competitions and you could win like fifty thousand dollars for catching the heaviest fish so this chap just stuffed lead weights into the fish's mouth so should we have a look at the moment they were caught yeah go on then laughs [Music] there's a pretty big vibrating beads local world has been rocked by accusations of cheating a poker player has been accused of cheating by having a vibrating device hidden on her body that doesn't make sense to me a good strong hand why would you need a vibrator became suspicious he had a remote control device concealed on her body when she not only made surprising calls but also her garage door kept opening time now for the odd one out round only one for you all this week you're four are Sue Ella bravaman yes Donald Trump yes a prince of Denmark yes Princess Beatrice well the Danish royal family have recently announced they're going to downsize there's going to be fewer of them and Princess Beatrice she's an extended member of the royal family so she might not be part of that but the other two have no relevance to that so they're both the odd one out Princess Beatrice might be stripped of her title along with prince Andrew you don't want to hit prince Andrew and stripped in the same sentence but that's the sentence I've gone with you want to think about what they're all called what he's called president Trump because you know they called presidents beyond their term of office and Sue Ella braverman's title is worst Home Secretary ever it might be something about suela Brahman that you don't know there's no point of sitting here guessing then is there he used to be one of The Wombles I didn't know that it's an unusual name isn't it Sue Ella DeVille um was given at Birth is Sue Ellen yes because her mother watched Dallas her mother's a big fan of Dallas and named her suen although the Home Secretary told the sun on Sunday my primary school teachers didn't like the hyphen so they put suela on the tag for my coat and that stuck given that information we like her now does it help you work out are these Clues relate to each other oh well Donald Trump his first name isn't Donald is it no and his surname they were a German family this is according to his biographer Gwen de Blair yes the trumps originally named the drumpfs I thought they sound like the Smurfs but into property and orange rather than blue okay so who might be the other one out um Beatrice is the odd one out she wasn't originally called Beatrice what was she originally called Andrew Ella yeah her parents wanted to call her Annabelle but apparently the queen said it was too yuppie really so they changed it to Beatrice so they all had to change their name apart from the Danish royal family oh have their names dropped against their will what I've got on the card is yeah tell us what's on the cover they all had their names Changed by members of the family apart from the Home Secretary because it was changed by teachers exactly so her parents were so weak-willed that because there was a tag sewn into a coat of a different name there's nothing we can do I mean on the basis of that my son's got the names of all the other kids at Nursery do you know what Donald Trump was reported to have said to Theresa May on their first meeting when she was prime minister have you got 10 minutes apparently Donald Trump's first question to Theresa May was why isn't Boris Johnson the Prime Minister didn't he want the job of course he did then and he still does now why will the prince of Denmark have to change his name he's not being a prince anymore she has to have some other that's it the queen Margherita II of Denmark so she's slimming down the monarchy she wants to give them a chance to lead a more normal life and get a normal job what will their titles be in future what is that kind of thing the counts and countesses of mon pazat I mean good luck putting that on a badge at Argos but that's the idea that I have more normal names or on a tag at Nursery School who turned up Prince Andrew's home in Windsor recently the FBI age woman she just turned up and she said she was Andrew's fiance I read Windsor and the security guards went okay and let her in because presumably no one would make that up no although Ireland was described by the Sunday Express as being in her 40s so that should be an inclusion they've all had their name changed by their family except for Sue Ella bravman who had her name changed by a teacher Zoella Bravo was named after her mom's favorite television character Sue Ellen from Dallas nothing wrong with that I very nearly called my daughter Ian Hislop is there a resemblance which means at the end of this round it's for all yes oh we're back time now for the missing words round which this week features as its guest publication Dr Dance's newsletter the monthly publication bringing the most up-to-date Research into the history of darts it's a nice magazine to enjoy with a drink I usually start with a double we start with woman spotted on Google Street View in what wheelie bin it's always a weirdly bin isn't it love it woman spotted on Google Street View in exactly the same place she was nine years ago got in her own home the pictures 2009 and 2018. that's a traffic lights it's a little flashback to 2009 back when we were reeling from a financial crisis the prime minister's days were numbered and the country was desperate for a general election it's a way of looking how times change you know what turns up 42 years too late 1980 woman waiting at traffic lights I can't believe that was a story woman crosses the road twice in nine years yeah near her house break the internet the answer is what postcard yes correct Dutch postcard turns up 42 years too late this is the news that a 64 year old Dutch woman finally received a postcard from her sister 42 years after it was sent the woman was delighted to receive the message until she saw the PS can you feed the cat next man who what did it to prove people wrong oh tank the economy it's in the road twice in night I can't believe that happened what was the challenge that's the code what's the chance of that happening twice in nine years in a town where she lives next to a shop where she goes everywhere man who ran to front of London Marathon did it to prove people wrong this is Richard Lee Wright who started the London Marathon by making a Mad Dash for the front it also proved his friends he could lead the race let's have a look at him setting off second was a kind of a constant a reassuring constant over the years then surely the London marathon is the same as well over 40 years we've come to enjoy these sites it's not Phillip Schofield isn't it [Laughter] they joined the marathon halfway through sneaks into school and gets what the perfect grave photographed in school reunion photo that's it nine years later I mean that's it cat sneaks into school and gets class photo taken on picture day this is Ziggy the cat who's a frequent visitor to Drury Primary School in Fincher here he is in the school photo that's nice but an anal bead around its neck cat goes into school every day presumably he's just waiting for his turn to be asked to look after the school hamster children would be better at what if they were forced to what sleeping if they were forced to watch conservative conference children will be better at darts because we've not had a darts one yet we see they'd be better at darts if they were forced to drink lager and smoke says Health secretary children will be better at maths if they were forced to play darts at school yes forced this is from Dr darts's newsletter and this story was in their Edition issue 180. [Applause] it's a very generous old difference they're just taking the piss out of us now dog food boss regularly what when it's got to be eat his own product isn't it what else is he gonna do dog food boss regularly takes photograph of woman at traffic lights but only produces photographs for the last nine years regularly humps White's leg dog food boss regularly eats dog food to check the quality CEO of Mars Grant Reed says he's been sampling the company's pedigree jump for years though occasionally it gives him an upset stomach which is not good news for Mrs Reed who has to pick up after him next a common misconception about doctor Dance's newsletter is that it has a big what readership agenda a common misconception about Donald it has a big common misconception attached to it I'm bored because it is to do with the size of its Personnel a common misconception about doctor doctor is that it has a big team of research staff yeah just as good as board as far as bored close the team with me first because there's some sort of Oxford sort of kind of prejudice coming in here quadrangle together wearing more the boards tilted at a jaunty angle I'm going to go into television after do this I'm so flattered do you think I was there at the same time oh dear that's made my night Patrick the Dr darts editor tells readers that he researches writes and publishes the newsletter all on his own but ants I do have a proofreader my wife Maureen so one up on the guardian then next The National Trust has what to cut costs so the Duchess of Kent I know this one it's burnt all its old houses to the ground not that oh it is something equally horrible though the National Trust has stopped giving biscuits to volunteers yes volunteers are complaining that they're no longer being given biscuits with their Cups of Tea to which a National Trust spokesman said hold on we're giving you tea that mean all those nice people who volunteers biscuits if anything they should be force-fed biscuits next yes what surprisingly big in Moldova multi-story car Parks unsurprising photographs of a woman standing by ears apart darts is it mold Paul's closer look do they like big dart boards in Moldova and they cannot lie theme parks revolving around dogs no it's a very specific dance related thing James Corden what because the answer staring you in the face I need the exact wording moldovan dartboard no Dr darts magazine thing Dr darts's newsletter Dr darts's newsletter surprisingly big enrolled over this is a report on a visitor from the UK who came to teach the moldovans the rules of the game and get dance off the ground if you're a beginner that's where they usually end up and finally Queen Victoria was a pioneer of what looking bored in sepia photos yes I thought if you've got the yellow bit of quality Street it's dance music dance music well she was that right Queen Victoria was a pioneer of drunk texting this is the news that a cache of letters written by Queen Victoria Cash Cash really yes I think so oh I wasted my time this is the news that a bundle of letters written by Queen experts believe she may have been drunk at the time of writing and used abbreviations similar to today's text message one of the letters read the queue wishes to know the height of the gypsy's male donkey aubergine aubergine chair leg foreign [Applause] so the final scores are Ian and Isabel have five Paul and Ivo have nine yeah before we go there's just time for the caption competition scientist explains why he and his wife sleep in separate beds [Laughter] [Applause] is in exactly the same position because she's standing bad traffic lights on which note we say thank you to our panelists Ian Hislop and Isabel Hardman Paul Merton and Ivo Graham and I leave you with news that in Somerset the pr team for EDF energy insists that the new Hinckley sea nuclear power station is perfectly safe at Westminster there's an awkward silence as Kia stama identifies two big reasons why the electorate stopped voting labor and at the Radisson Hotel in Birmingham it's still a mystery as to how carbon monoxide was diverted into Michael gove's room good night [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] thank you [Applause] [Music] [Applause]

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