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Saturday, 24 September 2011

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The desperate economic and financial news on a global scale is causing uneasy Bored Rooms to grumble as profits begin to sink into the lower regions.

David Cameron, whilst touring Libya on the look out for Bin Laden Gaddafi spoke to reporters as shells fell around them.

'Prime Minister - don't you think you should be back at the helm in Britain to deal with the financial crisis?' I asked.

'Not at all. I get far more attention here and everyone sees me as the hope of the future.'

'But the whole system is close to collapse!'

'That's not my fault. It is all down to the previous Labour Government and Gordon Brown.'

'But this has happened over a year after he left office.'

'Brown is still the problem. We have asked him what we should do and he has not replied!'

A helpful reporter from the Daily Mail, ducking a missile sent by the defeated Gaddafi, pleaded with Cameron to say PLEASE.

'Don't worry we have been on our knees for weeks worshipping him but he won't tell us what to do!'

We ran for cover as gunfire came closer. Was this the end?

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