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Tuesday, 13 February 2007

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M&S to hide stock. Blair said to be on the trail....

Sensationalist & former talk show host Robert Kilroy-Silk was again making bold claims in Brussels today, claiming M&S were key players in the 'war on terror'. Silk, as his supporters like call him has said to have stumbled on some 'blokes in a pub' who claimed they were offered Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) road side bombs at a Peckham store. Also the two men alleged that they were pestered into donating £3 each to a suicide bombers charity for the martyrs of Baghdad.

These claims have been laughed off by Company chief Bruce Ladin who said today in a packed press conference, "We here at M&S offer only over priced clothing made in third world countries. The only target we have is our grey market. We have no links to Iraq & my passport is not fake". Silk has been in trouble last year after he alleged Robbie Williams was gay, Tony Blair was telling the truth about Weapons of mass destruction in Iraq existed & that David Cameron bought Squidgy Black off him in an alley in Notting Hill.

Silk has 30 days to prove his claims or he will be stripped of his sun tan.

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