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Little Britain

Will we sue you? Yeah but yeah!

LAWYERS for the comedy programme Little Britain are set to sue a Christian publishing company, after some of the show's catchphrases, such as "Yeah but no but yeah", appeared on posters to encourage youngsters into church.

Little Britain stars in unholy row

IT'S the Holy Father of all kerfuffles. Lawyers for three of the biggest names in UK comedy are taking legal action against an evangelical Christian organisation for alleged unauthorised use of their catchphrases.

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Mum of murdered boy Rhys pleads for help to find killer

Matt Lucas bids to be new Dr Who

LITTLE Britain star Matt Lucas has thrown his hat into the ring to play Doctor Who, his partner Kevin McGee has revealed.

Lucas gets married ... oh yes he does!

MATT Lucas, the Little Britain star, "tied the knot" with his long-term partner Kevin McGee yesterday - and then celebrated with a lavish reception at which all the celebrity guests dressed as pantomime characters.

Little at Large

JAMES JOYCE and Brendan Behan put Bewley's café in Dublin's Grafton Street on the tourist trail. But it is unlikely that the bustling tea rooms have ever before played host to two men who turn as many heads as Little Britain's Matt Lucas and David Walliams.

Little Britain stars heading for big screen

LITTLE Britain stars David Walliams and Matt Lucas are developing a film in the US.

Walliams makes waves for charity

IN NUMBING temperatures, dodging tankers and ploughing through sewage and seaweed, the television star David Walliams completed one of the world's great feats of endurance yesterday - swimming the Channel.

Comic begins Channel swim

LITTLE Britain star David Walliams finally took the plunge today, setting off on his cross-Channel swimming challenge.

No buts - Little Britain banned

A HEAD teacher has written to parents after pupils used catchphrases from comedy show Little Britain in the playground.

Little Britain 'not for little ears'

A PRIMARY school headteacher has written to parents asking them to stop their children watching Little Britain after pupils were heard using catchphrases from the comedy show in the playground.

Plaudits for Scotland the funny at awards ceremony

LITTLE Britain saw off Ricky Gervais's Extras to clinch the title of Best TV Comedy for the second year running at the 16th annual British Comedy Awards last night.

Plaudits for Scotland the funny at awards ceremony

LITTLE Britain saw off Ricky Gervais's Extras to clinch the title of Best TV Comedy for the second year running at the 16th annual British Comedy Awards last night.

Little Britain's in trouble... no buts about it

TO BORROW a catchphrase from Vicky Pollard, it's all a bit "yeah, but no." The latest series of the hit BBC comedy Little Britain may be hauling in record viewing figures, but it has also sparked a previously unthinkable chorus of criticism, with claims that the show has lost its way, trading early ingenuity for swelling amounts of toilet humour in the search for cheap laughs, and becoming increasingly offensive.

BBC hopes Little Britain and Doctor Who will bring Xmas cheer

GUARANTEED ratings pullers including Little Britain and Doctor Who will be spearheading the BBC's charge on the Christmas viewing season.

Little goes a long way

WHAT'S the sign that Matt Lucas and David Walliams have truly arrived? Twelve-inch high talking dolls of the most famous characters from their hit BBC1 sketch show Little Britain, retailing at £20 each, are now available in the shops and are flying off the shelves.

It's fool Britannia

DON'T BELIEVE THE hype.

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