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Tuesday, 25 May 2010

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Off on another pointless vanity trip

London - (Money-Grubbing Ass Mess): Inland Revenue has received an early Christmas present: an anonymous dossier of 15 years' worth of backhanders, baksheesh, golden hellos, platinum goodbyes and massive great big Brown envelopes received - and not declared - by the Duchess of York.

Most appear to have been laundered via royal bank Cuntts & Co under the same dubious circumstances that saw the collapse of its parent company Royal Bank of Snotland.

Last week's $40,000 advance sweetener from a Daily Smearer undercover reporter now begins to look like small change as Sarah Ferguson's unabashed rampage through the realm of greed comes out of soft focus.

Sources at the Inland Revenue are said to be salivating at the prospect of hauling Fergie over the coals as an unpaid liability for several million pounds looms on the horizon.

The tipoff comes as a string of bounced cheques and unpaid bar bills haunts the former HRH, mother of royal scroungers Beatrice and Eugenie.

Kate Middleton may be next.

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