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Saturday, 8 May 2010

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Brown Favoured in Scowling Competion

Host Jeff Probst has announced that Survivor England is now entering into the final weeks of competitions that will select this year's champion.

"We are now down to three contestants: David Cameron, Gordon Brown and Nick Clegg."

"Previous winner Gordon Brown is valiantly trying to hold onto the immunity idol after failing at both the economy and immigration challenges."

Cameron seems to have captured the imagination of many viewers but has yet to be declared a clear winner and has been seen spending extended periods of time with Nick Clegg causing rumours that the two may be forming an alliance to unseat Brown and his claim to this season's crown and the million dollar prize.

Brown is hopeful he can hold his youthful adversaries at bay. After winning at the mumbling challenge he is the clear favourite for the upcoming scowling challenge, a sport where he believes he has a distinct advantage over the other two challengers.

All the contestants are tiring from the extended period of time that they have had to stay in England, foraging for food and accommodation in London. A dust-up was reported to have taken place yesterday over the sharing of a meat pie which was finally settled by proportional representation.

Accommodation has been an even more contentious issue with daily fights over a feather bed at 10 Downing Street.

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