Written by Simon Cole

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Sunday, 12 December 2010

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Neil and Glenys Kinnock were seen waving their Zimmer frames with delight in Trafalgar Square as it was announced that Britain was no longer a member of the EU.

"Were they not being a bit hypocritical," enquired a passing journalist, "since they had reportedly taken over ten millions pounds out of the EU?"

"We've come back to our roots boyo," replied Kinnock

Glennys Kinnock refused to say anything, but her husband explained: "'er Ladyship don't say nothing to anybody unless she's addressed correctly, boyo. She's Lady Kinnock, don'tchano."

They later left London on a private jet for Switzerland, where, it is believed, they were due at a meeting with their bank manager.

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