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Saturday, 11 March 2017

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Erskine Quint is the best of British too, and Dr.Who (who?).

After being shot down and bailing out just in time, a Canadian WW2 Spitfire pilot, Jimmy Jeffrey, who was rescued by the French Resistance, given a dose of stinking Camembert and strong vin Rouge, then returned to his unit secretly, allo allo style; his Spitfire crashed and was hidden by allo, allo members, merci beaucoup!

After 70 years, and 3 million British pounds worth of investment, the ancient fighter plane that thwarted "Jerry" over London, single-handed (well there were more, but who cares!) is now about to fly again and patrol the troubled English skies.

This time the enemy is not of Prussian origin; but foreigners who have swamped the British market with a plethora of goods that seem to have crippled the "Made in Britain" brand because they are all foreign owned, never mind, even chocolate is to become a luxury product!

The Spitfire will now symbolically act as a sign to the rest of the world that British is still best! Britain will never surrender despite shooting a hole in their own foot, and soon British goods, brands, financial services will rule the world after they kick out May, Farage and BOJO!

We Brits have many brave people to thank for our freedom (Farage is certainly not one of them!); however, seeing this Spitfire fly above our heavenly skies will give us all hope that Britain could still be the very best (We live in hope, what else is there?)!

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The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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