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Saturday, 19 November 2011

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"I've just returned from Germany with a signed piece of paper, destined for the rubbish bin!!

Heathrow Airport tarmac, Outskirts of London: David Cameron has come back from Germany, after a 15 hour talk with Frau Merkel over the EU, to a 'triumphant' welcome reminiscent of Neville Chamberlain, those many years ago in the late 1930's.

'Our Dave' has made good, he has a signed piece of paper. It is a Euro note signed by the German Finance Minister, Wolfgang Schäuble.

On the tarmac Dave Chamberlon, the British Prime Minister made this impassioned speech;

"When I was a little boy, my Father told me that if you first don't succeed, then you try and try again. Here is a piece signed with these words, "Britain will have to abandon the pound and join the single currency "faster than people think!"

There were then jeers from a crowd of UKIP supporters, "Sell out! Sell out!" Then in a 'deja vue' moment Dave Camerlain, sounded these prophetic words, from a distant memory of time far, far away.

"The Germans and their Axis proxies have taken over the business interests of Greece and Italy, two little countries we don't know much about their culture, as a consequence of the British education system. I have warned that if the Germans and their Axis proxies over run Poland, our two Countries will be at War again!"

There were then cheers from a 'bussed in crowd' playing recordings of the last night of the Proms, followed by the National Anthem.

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