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Tuesday, 27 September 2011

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Conservative Observers at the Labour Party Conference

Tom Whatson, the famous Labour Party sleuth, has been telling delegates at the Labour Party Conference to make as much as they can of the recent sunny weather, as 'the sun won't be shining much longer'.

Political pundits were ready with their insightful comments about Whatson as they lined up to file their copy to their editors. The 'Sun' journalist, phone in hand, felt Whatson had 'gone too far' with his allegations and suggested Tom Whatson was really Tim Out and he would be 'smiling on the other side of his face shortly.'

The 'Daily Mail' contingent at the Labour Party Conference complained that Whatson hadn't finished with the 'Sun': 'We stand ready to take their place' remarked an insider at the Mail who revealed that several page 3 girls were lined up for the new 'Male', as it will be re-titled.

Scooper of the year Fred Dogshit predicted that the heavens would fall in on News International and Rupert Murdoch would be found somewhere in the Libyan desert.

Opinion Polls were divided - One, galloping to keep up with the others, suggested Whatson, 16, was due to become Labour Leader soon with a prospect of him becoming PM next year.

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