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Monday, 15 March 2010

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Brown: relieved of duties on Monday

PM Brown was sensationally relieved of his duties by the (Hull City) Labour Party (FC) on Monday morning following his outrageous outburst against the strike action of British Airways staff over the weekend.

It has been suggested by sources closes to Labour peers, and chairman Adam Pearson, that the last gasp defeat of Hull City against Arsenal on Sunday was "the final nail in the coffin".

Brown, who had most recently been described as a "tyrannical dictator" by his colleagues and players, and accused of bullying those beneath him, was said to be defiant, and was looking forward to spending a few more hours under the sunbed, or abroad.

He will continue to earn his substantial £1m plus annual salary, and deputy leaders Brian Horton and Steve Parkin are in temporary charge potentially until the General Election, or the end of the football season, whichever comes first.

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