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Saturday, 29 October 2011

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Police ready to move in on St Paul's protestors

A jury has found Tobako a killer by a majority verdict. There are still some people who think Tabako doesn't kill but they are a minority.

In reaction to this news the Government is questioning the 49% increase in the salary for Tobako Chief Executive Petered Lung, who suggested the Government would be left without some of the best brains in the world if Chief Executive's salaries were curtailed.

'We are just paid for success, he said 'thousands of lives depend on firms like Tobako.'

David Cameron sent a hurried message to Lung assuring him that people like him would 'never be hampered in their free enterprise.'

Meanwhile the Market reacted favourably that the Police were moving in on the terrorist agitators who were camped outside St Paul's Cathedral. 'I can't go on my favourite walk to St Paul's at lunchtime' said a City financier. 'I have not been blessed by them for more than a week and I'm starting to feel I may have done something wrong.'

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