So which is the April Fool story?

G20 Summit: Bank bailout would end global poverty, says Oxfam.

No it won´t.

MPs expenses: Standards watchdog accelerates inquiry into perks An independent review that could overhaul MPs’ controversial expenses and allowances has been brought forward and will report by the end of the year.

8 months is "acclerated"? 

Alistair Darling has unexpectedly scrapped a proposed rise in business rates hours before it was due to come into force – saving firms a total of £600 million this year.

How long has he had to make this decision? 

Caroline Flint, the Minister for Europe, has admitted that she has not read the Lisbon Treaty, the controversial document which codifies the rules of the European Union.

That one I believe actually.

So, bit difficult this year. Which are the April Fool stories?

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