Written by Earl Grey
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Topics: Conservatives, BNP

Monday, 22 February 2010

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David 'Dave' Cameron has declared his intention to merge his party with the BNP before the next election. "I want to end the white male dominated political scene. The BNP has led the way in encouraging ethnic minorities to join the political elite. We can learn from them. And I'm scared of that guy Brown. He's a bit of a bully so having some skinheads around will make me feel safer."

The Tories are hoping to seize the initiative and the Obama effect-where unpopular politicians run the country-is likely to prove popular in the UK too. Already William Hague has dusted off his baseball cap and is prepared to return to the Notting Hill Carnival to wow potential members.

Nick Griffin, leader of the BNP, gave the scheme a cautious welcome. "I will consult with our members first. If it's what they want then I expect a position in a future cabinet. Maybe minister for Fat Useless Tossers?"

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