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Friday, 11 April 2014

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Not a friend of Dave

Scholars at the Shrine of the Book museum in Jerusalem were shocked today when a fragment of the dead sea scrolls being studied for the first time under ultraviolet light stated that Jesus did not invent The Big Society and in no way condones the action of David Cameron.

The British Prime Minister was quoted as saying that his flagship policy named The Big Society was invented by the son of God and that his premiership was divinely appointed by the lord. However this statement had met with skepticism from religious leaders in the UK as well as outright derision on social media.

The discovery in Jerusalem was all the more astonishing as the UV test was set up to be a demonstration for Ed Miliband who is visiting Israel and the Middle East pushing the agenda for peace in the region.

After the discovery Mr Miliband joked "I'm not surprised that an ancient text would contradict Mr Cameron although I was expecting it to also reveal the full extent of Maria Miller's expenses fraud."

David Cameron himself did not comment directly on the discovery in Jerusalem but did say "Look I'm called David you are all the children of David. I'm divinely appointed appointed to lead you. Does it not also say in the bible to beware deceiving angels with white hair?"

The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said "I of course worship the ground that Mr David walks on. It is an honor for me to be his gentleman of the stool."

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