Written by Nigel Allen
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Saturday, 30 April 2011

Mums and Dads of the choirboys, drawn from expensive schools throughout the kingdom of London, rejoiced at the Royal Wedding.

The extensive coverage of the occasion, by dozens of BBC cameras and microphones, gave them a rare respite from fears of child abuse as their children sang various atonal tunes.

One worried mother added, "even during rehearsals, I knew there would be sufficient people there to prevent the usual stuff happening. It's been like a holiday from fear."

Concerns, however, have been raised concerning the funeral and internment of a little known poet at the Abbey next weekend.

"There won't be any cameras there - and bugger knows what will happen to my kid once Hugh Edwards and his team have switched off"

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