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Topics: Gordon Brown, Ghost

Thursday, 14 October 2010

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Gordon's excuse for being psychotic

In response to claims that Gordon Brown threw diaries and cups of coffee at civil servants, Gordon Brown now claims in his autobiography, "The Road to Oblivion" that it was, in fact, poltergeists which threw things at people and not him in a fit of paddy.

He said he believes that during one of Tony Blair's money making (sorry - Fact Finding) trips to Africa he paid a witch doctor to cast a voodoo spell over the Cabinet Office.

Gordon said that he had actually seen little green and blue men dancing on his desk but inside sources tell us that he usually saw them when there was an empty bottle, with his name on it, in the waste bin.

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