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Tuesday, 31 October 2006

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ScareBlair: Zoo's rhino house tranquilliser stun-gun will come in handy...

London - (Associated Mess): As the Bush Administration's top apologist takes the stand in the House of Commons Iraq tie-breaker debate this afternoon, political rapture-watch index aintgottaprayer.com has reported frenetic internet spread-betting activity on the imminent arrest of Prime Monster Tony Blair by bungs-for-peerages cops after wife Cherie was caught wiring a $250,000 bail-bond to Augusto Pinochet's lawyers in Santiago from her Riggs Bank account in Pyongyang.

Bookies are laying 5/4 fav on a dawn raid on Downing Street with full accompanying ceremonial regalia of live TV cameras, handcuffs and London Zoo rhino house tranquilliser stun-gun.

The move follows the discovery of a political sperm donors' list detailing the recipients of Cherie's intimate largesse since her recruitment as a holistic healing hands specialist by the old Generalissimo in 1983.

Press reports have noted that 90% of Labour-created life peers linked to the bungs enquiry have at some time during their business careers testified under oath to Pinochet's innocence viz recruitment of Global Piss Process mercenaries a.k.a. terrorists according to Interpol files.

"All eyes in the UK will be fixed on the front door of No 10 tomorrow", according to a spokesman at New Scotland yard.

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