Oslo Friday - On the eve of the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest in the Norwegian capital a major diplomatic row has broken out.
Last week we had Lord Triesman damaging England's chances of staging the 2018 World Cup. This week we have Sir Henry Cringeworthy putting the boot in.
Sir Henry, chairman of the UK European Song Contest Committee tweeted on his Twitter page that the UK entry That Sounds Good sung by Josh had no chance of winning the contest as the Spanish Committee would bribe their Russian counterparts to vote for them,
Luis Spandex the Chairman of the Spanish delegation in Norway was furious at the aged Lord's comments and called the man a bumbling British idiot and once again the UK has thrown it's bottle out of the pram.
Yugo Andpissov, the Russian chairman agreed with Senor Spandex adding that the UK never have to qualify and most of Russia's neighbours had been eliminated in the semi finals, so the UK have a great chance of winning the contest. Besides to stage the 2011 contest would cost his country half the profits it makes from vodka.