Written by Jaffa Forbes

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Thursday, 8 January 2009

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Some wealthy part of the countryside, England- Despite doom and gloom on the high street, the government's new road map out of the recession is coming to fruition thanks to Simon Cowell and his purchase of a huge £10m mansion.

The recently knighted Sir Simon Cowell had a tough 2008 and decided to fold away his jeans and the small screen in order to help the government out with the current economic crisis.

"Well, it's clear isn't it?" he told explained. "This whole drastic sounding business with money was down to the the property market crashing... and you know what? I like it."

The reason why Sir Cowell likes it is because the government's plan to get us out of this hole is for the pop star creator to buy a huge, expensive mansion worth 10 million in the United Kingdom, not Barbados as he previously planned.

"We were thinking of just investing in thousands of small, economical inner-city housing for the poor," said a government official, "But instead we decided to just invest in one huge house for Simon Cowell."

Sir Cowell's purchase comes on aftermath of the news that the there has been the biggest house price drop in years. The biggest house in question, a multimillion pound mansion in Russia, covers the size of Monaco, has 30 thousand rooms and 600 bathrooms. This huge house dropped a whole £30 sterling in price, using current exchange rates.

The effects of Simon's purchase have kickstarted the economy and many analysts predict that we are now heading into a boom.

In other news, 'Simon Cowell Day' has been announced to celebrate the day he saved the economy.

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