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Tuesday, 6 September 2011

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We present to you, anagrams of some of the crooks... I mean MP's of this wonderfully riot torn, nepotistic, and crumbling Nation.

You will find some members of the Conservative Party (Anag: Vast carnivore type), New Labour Party (Anag: An we bar poultry), and the Liberal-Democrat Party (Anag: Cry bedlam Proletariat)

David Cameron: Prime Minister (Tory-Coalition)
'Odd, I crave man'

Nicolas Clegg: Deputy Prime Minister (Lib-Dem-Coalition]
'Schlong ice lag'

William Hague: Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (Tory-Coalition)
'Wail, I hug male'

George Osborne: Chancellor of the Exchequer (Tory-Coalition)
'Goes Bone Roger'

Kenneth Clarke: Secretary of State for Justice (Tory-Coalition)
'Ken crank Ethel'

Ian Duncan Smith: Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
'Anus chin damn it'

Francis Maude: Minister for the Cabinet Office (Tory-Coalition)
'Freud's maniac'

Theresa May: Minister for Women and Equalities (Tory-Coalition)
'Trash 'em yea'

Iain Duncan Smith Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (Tory-Coalition)
'Man dun Chianti's'

Dr Vincent Cable: Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills (Lib-Dem-Coalition)]
'Craven bend clit'

Chris Huhne: Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change (Lib-Dem-Coalition)
'Is her hunch'

Eric Pickles: Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (Tory-Coalition)
'Spice licker'

Philip Hammond: Secretary of State for Transport (Tory-Coalition)
'Ah, no mild Pimp!'

Ed Miliband: Leader of the Labour Party
'Did nib Male'

Dianne Abbott: Shadow Minister for Public Health
'Bet on a Bandit'

Ed Balls: Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
'Beds all'

Liam Byrne: Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
'Nil my mare'

Lord Strathclyde: Leader of the House of Lords, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (Conservative)
'Dearth droll cyst'

Baroness Royall: Shadow Leader of the House of Lords
'Salary role snob'

Hilary Benn: Shadow Leader of the House of Commons
'Nil ran by he'

The author assures us that this article is meant purely as a source of good humour, and gentle fun-poking. In no way does or should it indicate that the views of the writer towards Members of Parliament are detrimental to the Nation, in particular the sick, poor, young, elderly, uneducated, immigrants, dwindling members of the Police Service and the NHS staff, HM Forces, unemployed, and mentally incapacitated. Any such innuendo found was created without intention or malice on behalf of the idiot ageing, decrepit, but well-intentioned word-smith.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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