It was announced from No 10 today, that Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Tory leader David Cameron and Lib Dems leader Nick Clegg are to go head to head in a three man wrestling tag team. The tag team was the idea of legendary wrestler Hulk Hogan who came out of his retirement for this special match. Hogan, a well known lovable local legend and past steroid abuser, said that it would be ''the tag match of the century'' and was looking forward to ''ripping their limey heads off''.
The tag match aptly named ''Political Death Match 1'' will include 'The Undertaker' and will be beamed straight to the BBC's new flagship station on the moon, based in the Sea of Tranquillity, and then transmitted all over the world live.
The PM stated that he was looking forward to the match and was at a disadvantage as he was blind in one eye and he went on to say that ''I have spoken to the other candidates, they know that I am at a disadvantage, and I sure they are aware of my disadvantage and I hope that my disadvantage would not be too much of a disadvantage because it could be disadvantageous''.
Tory leader David Cameron, recently recovered from his security scare in Brighton, stated that ''one used to wrestle at Eaton you know...I'm sure to win''
An Eaton source confirmed that Cameron did ''get his head stuck in a waste paper basket''. The Tory leader went on to say, this head to head is ''going to make history and I will finally put to rest that I am not, in any way, discriminatory towards waste refuse receptacles''.
We sent our Spoof reporter for a statement from Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg, but his mum said that he couldn't come out as he was he was ''having his tea''.