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Sunday, 17 July 2011

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The UK Coalition Government, realising they are losing popularity, and worried that this will affect their MPs prime directive - "To make as much money as possible", have come up with the idea of producing some famous film remakes, to star various members of the cabinet and opposition.

Here we offer some suggestions, with the recommended member to star in the film:

'Carry on Regardless', 'Double Suicide', and 'The Duel of the Century - Starring Nick Clegg.

'The Assassin' - David Cameron, with a cameo role for Gordon 'now I'm rich' Brown.

'The Big Sleep', 'Where are you now?' - The Miliband Brothers, film to be financed by Tony Blair Inc.

'The Bank Job', 'Treasure Hunt', 'The Gold Rush' - George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer.

'The Return of the Pink Panther', 'The Hotel Delights' - Willie 'I love my assistants' Hague, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.

'Old Dogs', 'Hanging On', 'Cuban Cigar' - Kenneth Clarke, Secretary of State for Justice

'Where have the soldiers gone?', 'Borderless', 'Come one come all' - Dr Liam Fox, Secretary of State for Defence.

'The Heist', 'Daylight Robbery', 'The Con Artist' - Iain Duncan Smith, Secretary of State for Work and Pensions

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