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Sunday, 22 October 2006

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Facing the axe in the Tower

Whitehall, London - (Associated Mess): Drastic reductions in the number of life peers sitting in the House of Lords have been announced by the Metropolitan Police's Serious and Organised Crime Agency (SOCA).

The move follows months of painstaking investigation in the bungs-for-peerages scam which saw the Prime Monster's blind trust bagman and chief WMD fantasist Lord Levy arrested in July.

The plan, drawn up in conjunction with MI5, MI6 and NATO's anti-terrorism directorate, means that all the ennobled IRA members who lent money to the Labour Party in exchange for 'safe seats' as House of Lords life peers under the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, will now face the axe.

The move follows the dissolution of the 9/11 European Inhuman Rights Act of 2001 and is widely believed to become popular with the UK electorate.

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