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Monday, 19 March 2012

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Another austerity holiday looms for George Osborne and his Middleton inlaws

London - The old KGB/Mossad fraudster famously bankrupted Mirror Group pensioners of their retirement earnings in a scam now being resuscitated by UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne.

A huge £28bn Post Office pensions nest egg is due to be transferred to Osborne's thieving mitts in an audacious move previously rejected by the New Labour kleptocracy on UK Serious & Disorganised Crime Agency advice.

Shortfalls in the retirement fund have reached £10bn after Tony Blair and Gorgon Brown let Post Orifice management off from making contributions into the scheme...for 13 years no less.

Now the actual £28bn dosh pot is being transferred to the Chancellor's control partly to pay off the Middletons about Kate's 2000 Italian wedding to Osborne and to set up a Truss Fund to educate the secret brat she bore him at Prince Girolamo Strozzi-Guicciardini's San Gimignano villa.

"He'll never get away with it, and that's a promise," a senior cop working closely with the Met's media hacking probes commented this morning, "everybody here at Scotland Yard knows Kate Middleton is Robert Maxwell's granddaughter, the facial resemblance is stomach-churning."

Camilla Fucker-Proles is 69.

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