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Topics: Death, Britain, Knife

Monday, 14 July 2008

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Cutting Edge British Street Deaths

The British Tourist Board,announced that it was launching an all inclusive holiday package designed for people who wanted to die.

Britain has traditionally disapproved of suicide or assisted deaths.

However,the Home Secretary has been forced to relax the law because young street gangs have said that stopping them robbing and killing tourists is a betrayal of their human rights.

As a consequence, under a scheme designed by Jacqui Smith, tourists could come to Britain and for a small fee, get killed by feral young British people.

Tourists would be offered a choice of deaths which could be tailor made to suit the requirements of the individual.

It is thought by government insiders that being stabbed to death by a 'hoody' would prove hugely popular, although other alternatives are available.

For the adventurous, a sudden exit under a hail of bullets is widely available on the streets of any major British city.

Group schemes are also under consideration where tourists would travel on buses or on the underground and friendly British bred terrorists would blow them into the next world.

Gordon Brown expressed his approval of the initiatives because it would bring in more money and also allow his British thugs to do work for which they are suited.

He stated that killing people would be a perfect career opportunity for Britain's youths who were not in education, work or training.

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