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Saturday, 2 October 2010

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Vuvuzelas will descend on Big Ben

Fans of the mosquito like buzzy instrument rejoice! Vuvuzelas have been passed as a legal accessory in the House of Commons.

After a massive root about in Gordon Brown's' archives, we discovered the last law he ever passed: Vuvuzelas are permitted in the House of Commons.

Many Labour followers, as well as a few pissed off Lib Dems, are expected to take vuvuzelas to add atmosphere to the debates, but mainly to piss off David Cameron.

Brown was unavailable to comment, but it is thought it was a deliberate ploy to wind up his opposition leaders.

We later caught him selling vuvuzelas to tourists outside Big Ben. He gave us a brief wave before moving up the street.

Joining the debate, the words of David Cameron were drowned out by a horrible whining sound. Tory backbenchers, and David Miliband's cries of "It should've been me!"

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