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Sunday, 22 March 2009

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Could this CCTV Image show Brown & Darling "Going Native" in Corby?

Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his sidekick Alistair Darling have suddenly fled Downing St arriving late at night in the exclusive Scottish Principality of Corby claiming that "it'd all gone pear shaped."

The pair are claiming "Asylum" in the affluent Scottish resort, seeking protection from a baying mob of Middle Class English People all wanting their tax back.

Mr.Rodden, landlord of the Kingfisher Drinking Club on the even more exclusive Exeter estate (known locally as the Green zone)said that he had a couple of rooms over the pub that they could have.

"I'm happy to supply them with as much Irn Bru and square sausage as they can consume during these turbulent times" exhalted the eloquent Rodden.

Authorities in Corby will be advising the ex dictator and his chum on how to change their appearances - "The quickest way to change your physical appearance will of course be to get blinding drunk down "The Corby Candle" and then get into a fight over the obligatory "Fat Bird" in any of the town's many kebab shops" quipped the Mayor, helpfully.

The huge Scottish population will allow Messrs Brown and Darling to blend in although the've been warned to keep out of "The Grampian and Celtic FC Clubs" as they might not get the warm welcome they'd otherwise get in this pleasant sleepy Scottish Canton hidden amongst the rolling hills of North Northamptonshire.

Have you seen them? Were they really at "The Enemy Gig"?

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