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Monday, 21 May 2007

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Blair's recent attempt at the Laundry

David Cameron, the leader of the Tory party has been moaning about Tony Blair's handdover of power to the next clone.

It has been alleged that Mr Cameron thinks that Blair is more concerned with his own self image and the promise of a massive income from foreign lecture tours and is totally disinterested in the good of the country.

A bloke that likes Cameron went on to say that Cameron and the rest of his party are not like that at all. Some of them may engage in pervy sexual practises, but this is not proven. At least that what we think he said as he had an orange in his mouth at the time.

Cameron said that he believes that Tony is acting like a popstar instead of a Prime Minister. Tony will be appearing in the Rave tent at the Reading Festival later in the summer, where he will be delivering his newest set of remixed tunes with the help of some up and coming underground DJs.

There is concern that Mr Blair has completely neglected domestic issues whilst concentrating on getting out.
A Government spokeman told us that Tony is now addressing the domestic front. He has bought a new set of oven gloves and a teatowel with some ducks on them. He has recently put a new air freshener in the downstairs loo and is planning to put a vanity unt into the en suite in the bedroom.

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