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Thursday, 13 May 2010

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A rainbow coalition would put Gordon Brown back in charge

It has emerged after the coalition that the biggest winners in the general election were the Green Party.

Although they only won one actual seat, the coalition between Conservative Blue and Liberal Yellow has meant that the new government is ConLib Green.

"I'm hoping that this means that there will be more Green policies coming through," said Brighton MP and the only 'official' Green Party MP, Caroline Lucas. "It can only be good for the environment."

Gordon Brown, the recently ousted Prime Minister, saw this news and realise that he resigned too hastily.

"I looked at all the parties that won seats," said Brown from his bedsit in Cowdenbeath. "And I realised that a so-called, 'rainbow' coalition formed from from proportional representation would have meant I remained in power.

"If you take the Blue of of the Torie's, the Red of Labour, Yellow of Liberal, and then add the smattering of other colours, including a little drop of Green, all in direct proportion to the number of seats that they won, and then mix them all up on your paint pallet, you get Brown."

Brown gave his trademark grimace to show he'd made a joke.

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