Prime Minister Gordon Brown is the centre of more controversy today about his radical plans to cure the UK's recession.
In a document found attached to the back of a stray dog, there has been strong evidence to show Mr Brown setting up a group called B.A.P.S., or 'BROWN AGAINST PUPPY SAVING'. The documentation states governement advisers feel that unnecessary costs are causing the recession and one of these are the costs of pets.
B.A.P.S. solution to this is to wipe out dogs in the long term, therefore destroy man's best friends and all the living, food and vet costs that come along with it. A quote from an anonymous source said "Killing puppies may see extreme but 18 years down the line there will be no more dogs and therefore puppies, meaning they can't become pets, potentailly saving millions".
Although a cruel and very long term solution to the problem, others appear to be jumping on the bandwagon. D.I.C.K., otherwise known as 'DARLING INSTITUTE FOR CULLING KITTENS' appears to be on the horizon, looking to wipeout cats and kittens.
Brown and Darling were unavailable for comment.