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Wednesday, 12 March 2008

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The British PM, Gordon Brown, was hospitalised last night and is under treatment at the St. Thomas' Hospital in London. Doctors say Brown was suffering from continuous involuntary movement of his jaw bone for the past 37 hours which has severely affected his critical body function i.e. the voluntary jaw-bone movement.

This is first time in protocol history that an incumbent British PM has been hospitalised for such a serious ailment. Members of his government are confused and have expressed concern at the 'falling' health of the PM. Reports say that the PM is still conducting business from the hospital and is unable to understand why he has been admitted to a hospital; that too the one where former British PM Margaret Thatcher was admitted a few days ago. Conservative party chief, David Cameron, has demanded that the country should be put on high alert as the PM appears to be signalling yes to each statement.

Meanwhile the famous Hollywood director Steven Spielberg has denied rumours that Brown first contracted this ailment after watching his movie Jaws which came out in 1975.

Confidential sources have informed that this present bout of jaw-ing started when he was asked his feelings on Tony Blair being appointed as President of the European Union.

The US president, George Bush, in a written statement has said the situation in UK is tense but under control.

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