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Monday, 2 July 2007

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"The suspect tried to bribe the arresting officers with Life Peerages in the House of Lords"

Glasgow - (Ass Mess): Police in Paisley, Scotland have said they have arrested a "top IRA man" in connection with the car bomb attempt to blow up Glasgow Airport.

The news comes as Anti-Terror top brass said a treasure trove of clues had led them to Paisley "which is the same name as the Reverend Ian Paisley, top Northern Irish loyalist bomber of the 1970s and 80s".

No ID details have been released officially although informal reports say the man, in his fifties, may be delusional and calling himself a top former international politician involved in the Global Piss Process.

Other intelligence sources say that the suspect first claimed immunity from prosecution and when that didn't work offered the arresting officers Life Peerages in the House of Lords.

"We can't say more at the moment except that the suspect is clearly bonkers and may have been up to no good for the last ten years."

Lord Levy is 69.

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