Written by Will Franklin
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Saturday, 7 April 2012

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David Cameron has been rebuked for trying to trap voters using acetic acid and water, it has been confirmed. The alluring brown 'PFI?Sauce' bottle pictures the Conservative leader promising to transform the NHS. But it has been discovered that the vinegar based reforms to be imposed on the NHS are not as sweet as first promised and may just be seasoning before the Conservatives devour the Health Service. One Conservative Peer commented, "Don't forget the salt!"

However Labour leader Ed Milliband's opposing suggestion of "thinking really hard about honey" in the hope that something tastier will materialize has failed to catch anyone's interest

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