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Topics: Gordon Brown

Thursday, 25 October 2007

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Gorgon Brown's shrewd move today ensures a monumental cock-up can be blamed on fascist tabloids

Whitehole, London - (Classified Mess): Prime Monster Gorgon Brown has appointed Daily Tosser chief Paul Dacre to review the 30-year rule on releasing secret papers.

"He's just the man for this difficult task and if there's another monumental cock-up you'll know which tossers are to blame," a nervous and sweating Brown said today.

Brown is under fire by Labour Party cash-for-honors stooges to tighten up secrecy and data protection laws after the Met's Commander yates told MPs yesterday that Drowning Street blocked him from arrested po-faced little shit Tony Blair in the graft enquiry earlier this year.

MPs now feel that Freedom of Disnformation laws should be extended to cover more of their arses to avoid the CPS doing a U-turn in the future and deciding to commence committal proceedings against the entire government front benches in the honors fiasco probe.

Brow said today he wanted to protect traditional House of Commons diabolical liberties in an age of "terrorism and security opportunity, as well as good odds to manipulate the internet and modern technology".

"I believe that by manipulating this fiasco we can start immediately to make changes to the constitution and laws to safeguard and extend the liberties we have taken to keep our arses out of jail," said Mr Brown.

Brown also announced a review of laws to ensure "MPs' rights to pervert the very heart of our democracy - the House of Commons - and not subject that to unnecessary restrictions".

A three month public whitewash has also been launched on extending the scope of the Freedom of Disnformation Act, which allows the government to erase confidential information about anything they like.

Mr Brown said: "Freedom of Dis nformation can be convenient, at times soothing and indeed a damned relief for governments of all parties."

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