Check out DoSS and DoSS inspired books from PanMacmillan.
From now on, The Highway Code becomes The Myway Code and will be available from all good bookshops as well as Amazon.
Meanwhile, the original DoSS book, Britain: What A State, is still available in bookshops and on Amazon.
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This form replaces the previous application for Transitional Irritation Allowance. It now contains information about obtaining further information about Long Term Irritation Allowances.
The exact specification for Metric Pack Italian Contessas, which was missing from previous versions of this form, was added and then later removed for safety reasons.
The form is now on watermarked bond, with a design depicting the birth of Shakespeare from the mouth of a lion rampant on Boudicca's lap.
The Customer Service Tickpad has been modified and may now be incompatible with your phone. To ensure compliance, buy a compliant phone. Where this is not possible, prise off the zero (0) key from your phone and fill the hole with cement mortar.
*Following this upgrade, you will no longer be able to dial phone numbers with a zero (0) in them and you may regret reading this paragraph in a sequential fashion.
The Department of Social Scrutiny's guide to your entire life in Britain. Includes all necessary tax and identity card application forms and a full guide to the British public transport system, as officially sanctioned by Notwork Rail.
Plus: New retirement guide "Are You Alright, Dear", handy graduated tea strength colour matching chart and official guidelines for the consumption of cake, biscuits and other snacks served at ambient room temperature.
"Thank God: a book that's both clever and funny.
Deserves a place on the lap of every comedy fan in Britain." Charlie Brooker
"If you wince at the word 'benchmark', this neat parody could be just the thing to cheer you up." Sunday Telegraph Magazine
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