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Sunday, 4 April 2010

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Prime Minister Gordon Brown has recently expressed his deepest concern towards the overgrowing number of his cabinet members who find it difficult to keep their bum shut.

According to one insider source, ''the number of cabinet ministers who fart relentlessly during cabinet meeting is shocking; the smell alone can kill a cancer patient''.

However, the prime minister's advisers have devised new solution to solve this problem.

"This is a problem that affects the country as a whole, and if we fail to take reasonable steps, the country would one day be left smelling like 'doo doo stains'" Mr Campbell said.

Last week, the prime minister introduced a bill in parliament which aims to tax those people who enjoy the luxury of farting. In his speech to the commons, the prime minister made it clear that reckless farting is unacceptable and fart should be treated like any other toxic emission. He also accentuates on the benefit of this bill in halving UK's deficit by 2014.

The proposal will tax people with wide 'bum' and how much they are going to pay would be asses base on the speed, smell and sound of their fart. Although most environmental organisations have welcomed the bill, opposition party's especially Liberal Democrats were petrified by the bill.

According to Vince Cable's interview to the Sun his party are not going to vote for the bill. "We the liberal democrats enjoy farting, especially during prime ministers question time. We cannot allow the government to stop us from polluting the environment with our smelly fart"

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