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Topics: TV, Reality TV, Tom Daley

Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Following the overwhelmingly positive public reaction to his new TV Show, Splash, Tom Daley has apparently been approached by the Prime Minister to work for the Government.

Like the rest of the country, David Cameron was left feeling uplifted after watching Daley teaching a group of unrecognisable, and in some cases unwatchable, 'celebrities' how to jump in to a swimming pool.

Many of the competitors were successful in throwing themselves into the pool thereby raising the spirits of a nation suffering with the January blues.

Over the past couple of years flooding in Britain has become a more and more serious issue with many householders finding their properties are being flooded on an almost yearly basis due to increased rainfall in the UK. Mr Cameron has privately admitted that he is helpless to prevent the large scale flooding. It is for this reason he wants to recruit Mr Daley.

When a Town or village is devastated by a flood in the future, Mr Cameron intends to send Tom to the area with the instructions he is to begin teaching the locals how to execute the perfect dive (both Spring and High) and then to hold a diving competition in the flooded High Street. The PM hopes that this will make the locals forget that their homes have been destroyed and they can't get insurance, and as an added bonus will help Team GB's search for their next Olympic diving gold medallists.

Something that has become more vital as their one true diving star now appears more focused on becoming the next Philip Schofield rather than Sir Steve Redgrave.

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