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Monday, 23 March 2015

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British jubilation after his announcement to retire knows no boundaries!

The Conservative Party UK has just announced that David Cameron has promised not to serve a third term as PM, YES!

After the announcement was made towns all over the country are planning street parties, celebrations and firework displays in a show of general relief, happiness and joy!

Cameron has not been the most popular PM in the history of British democracy, in fact only German dictator, Herr Hitler, has ever been less popular with George Bush, Pol Pot, Mau Tse Tung and Stalin just above Cameron in the international popularity polls and even mega-creep, Tony Blair, seems to have reached super-star status compared to David.

Ed Miliband hopes to benefit from Cameron's announcement by becoming the next British PM, but many prefer Boris Johnson because any clown is better than the present one and unsteady Ed would be just too much to take! In fact if he wins the election, Nigel Farage, with his UKIP has promised a military coup and will declare Britain as an extreme-right-banana republic!

So, as Britain celebrates this mind-blowing announcement, street parties and fireworks at the ready; the vacuum left by Cameron's retirement has led to rumors that Guy Fawkes is standing by to blow the House of Commons to smithereens because anything is better than having to put up with yet another toffee-nosed, public school educated tosser running the country!

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