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Wednesday, 23 July 2008

A unique new party threatens to redraw the political landscape in the United Kingdom, adding to the woes of Gorgon Brown and chewing into the popularity of David Cameron.

The Just us 4 Maddy McCann party is the brain damaged child of a passionately justice at all costs internet forum, presently slightly let down by the government of Portugal and it's annoying habit of failing to press charges in the absence of evidence.

Westminster insiders claim the Just us 4 Maddy McCann party party platform will include:

  • Total elimination of libel laws to encourage free speech in the United Kingdom
  • Suing the High Court for custody of a child they never met but love more than anyone who ever knew her
  • Don't Ask Don't Tell free plastic knife giveaways to reduce street crime
  • Repeal of any of this rubbish about making benefits claimants actually work
  • /ul]Within six hours following announcement of its formation, the fledgling party had attracted one volunteer boasting of expertise in poster distribution. The overwhelming response cleared the way for the assumption of the party leadership by some bloke with a username on the fragrant message board.

    Should a full slate of candidates emerge, they too will adopt user names for the ballot and campaign only on the internet, so as not to cloud their wide ranging convictions with silly little details such as who they actually are.

    Bookmakers currently rank the party's prospects as three arguidos short of a snowball's chance in hell.

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