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Friday, 20 April 2007

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Prime Monster Blair: another 24 hours if he is lucky

London - (Ass Mess): As he heads for his weekend retreat of Chequers UK Prime Monster Tony Blair has been told he may not survive another 24 hours in office following the police decision to hand over all the evidence to the Crown Prosecution Service where a top attorney specialising in organised crime cartels will weight up the evidence.

Carmen Dowd, the CPS head of specialist crime whose other day-to-day to tasks include bringing prosecutions against organised crime gangs and other serious criminals, has seen it all before of course.

"When you are used to dealing with Bush Family gangster operations it doesn't make any difference to what they call themselves," an aide in her office said today.

"In the 1960s, 70s and 80s they liked to style themselves under the IRA brands such as the Provos, the Real IRA, the Continuity IRA, the Friends of Who Kidnapped Shergar, and the other assorted IRA brand names that proved popular with the punters.

"A hiatus in the 1990s while they were regrouping and rebranding meant we had to wait until 9/11 to see their latest flag of convenience which this time had been given an Asian tinge under the Al Qaeda banner.

"But all the time it was just Bush Junior and Blair with their wacko Stalin and Hitler relatives.

"We anticipate a rapid decision on the latest police evidence, maybe even by St George's Day early next week."

At the heart of the dossier are Blair's four top gangster desperados: blind trust portfolio bagman Lord Levy; Chief of IRA Staff Jonathan Powell; Labour Party sperm donor extraoridnaire Sir Christopher 'Bung' Evans; and last but not least Ruth Turner, the Drowning Street Gatekeeper and top Whitehall madam.

More developments will be published anon.

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