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Wednesday, 11 May 2011

image for Houses of Parliament Weather Forecast for 2011 Many changes of direction and policies to ensue!

May

The coalition will remain windy with occasional clouds - with slight chance to none of agreeable conditions. Low Lying members will remain througout the year.

June

There will be a slight chance of opposition elements starting to appear in response to the turbulent verbal conditions, interspersed with mock-sunshine periods from the coalition government.

July

Storms over expenses will again appear, just as the Government is preparing to attack the Scilly Isles, for reasons that will be mostly unclear, but the oil discovered there this month is an indicator of lightning strikes with the two remaining submarines they have, supported by the Boys Brigade and Little Hampton Scout Group.

August

Strikes will hamper the sunshine expected, Mr Cameron, Nick Clegg, and William Hague will leave their shared hotel bedroom to attend an emergency meeting of Swiss Bankers, shareholders, Lords, diamond dealers, and other ex-prisoners to tackle the problem.

September

London policemen will be armed, they will 'both' recieve catapults and dried peas in an failed effort to control the mob of unemployed rioting. Blood will again rain on the proletariat. The Governent re-enforce the bomb shelter at number 10.

October

The Coalition splits, an election is held, in which the 12% of the electorate who voted, 48% voted for New New Labour, Lib-Dems got 0.000002%, & the Conservatives got 52%.

November

Bonfire night, saw the appearance of Ed Miliband out on the streets talking to the voters for the first time since being woken up last month.

December

The Swiss bankers association take over the country.

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