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Wednesday, 1 December 2010

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The Christmas Fayre was as cold as this ice cube

David Cameron is believed to have spectacularly lost a snowball fight at a Christmas Fayre in Central London. The snowball fight was started by Ed Miliband who threw the first snowball at the PM of Great Britain as a joke.

But the Prime Minister is said to have retaliated with such force that a full scale war broke out within minutes. And the competition didn't just stop in the snow ball arena.

It carried on to a near by park where a snowman making competition was taking place. Both Leaders of Britain's political parties took part, but only Ed won. Ed then went on to win a Baby Jesus painting competition, and he won it spectacularly.

David Cameron is said to have been amazed at being beaten so comprehensively in all areas of Christmas activity because David himself is a master at such games. He won in every category available last year.

Friends of David have said its almost as if Ed Miliband has developed special super skills and powers since last years Christmas Fayre... possibly even super powers.

Earlier this month Ed was asked to join the Union of Superheroes to help them fight the Tombies. It is not known if he said yes. But maybe these extraordinary winter games skills are a sign that maybe he did.

By Katarina Frogpond

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