1. Tony Blair backs Durex safe sex condom campaign

    Tony Blair has warned young people to take responsibility for their sexual behaviour and learn more about sex. Well done Tony!

    In an interview with Radio 1, our Dear Leader said that the results of the MTV Durex Bare All Survey would help to improve health services.

    While we don't think that "young people" hang on Tony's every word, this is a bit rich from a man who many believe could convert to Catholicism. According to the Vatican, condoms don't stop Aids.

    But seeing as his devoutly Catholic wife Cherie Blair is chums with the Pope, maybe he could get her to ask him to end the Catholic Church's objection to condoms.

    Come on Tony, you know it makes sense!