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Thursday, 23 July 2009

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Prime Minister, Bordon Grown, 37 sensationally announced plans today, to '' follow the BBC'' and move the capital of England to Manchester.

After the success of the BBC move up north, with over 14% of managers in favour, Brown thinks a move closer to Scotland will benefit every Scottish politician in Westminster, (98%) Labour spin doctors closely followed the BBC mediacity venture, and are set to announce a new Quangoland, to be built close by Manchester Uniteds ground, Old Trafford. ''The area is clearly in need of some young blood'' stated ex blair babe minister Crazel Smears, 91 ''and besides, London is so dated now all the queens have minced off to Mani (sic).

London, the former capital, is set to be home for the newly planned nuclear power staions, with current facilites, all being situated in the north, being gradually phased out by the end of september. Buckingham palace is being earmarked as an internet call centre for Tesco, with the royal family being re-housed in the little used Trafford centre.

Ex mayor of London Den Livingbone,21 has vowed to fight the move saying ''Londoners need a new charge of some kind to stop this move happening, next thing they'll be asking for an fair share of the lottery cash up there''.

The left behind Londeners are being offered a fact finding tour of the northwest with a free flat cap so they don't feel out of place.

Quangoland is set to cost £500 billion, and should be completed within 18 weeks, ready for the re-opening of parliament after the summer break

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