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Monday, 24 January 2011

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Pussy or no pussy? Major decision making a 10 Downing St.

Ever since the rat-catching cat Humphrey died it seems that rats have been creeping their way back into the Primeminister's residence at Nr 10.

Under Tony Blairs regime many a rat was discovered (they shall remain nameless) and his successor, Gordon Brown, also had many rats scampering around around the premises (especially those involved in the expense scandals).

Humphrey, the rat-catcher was on his last legs as the last bunch of rats abandoned the "sinking ship" and everybody hoped that the last of the rats had been seen.

Unfortunately, in 10 Downing St. "the new broom" hasn't swept so well as the country thought and recently many rats nave been seen scurrying up and down and around the premises, also many being caught on camera waving?

Primeminister Cameron and his deputy Clegg, must make an important decision about the problem; how to get rid of the rat-pack, either they must get some "pussy" into the house, or they must be choosier about the rubbish they come out with?

Cameron and Clegg sometimes have problems seeing "eye to eye" and the decision of how to get rid of the venom could take until the legislatory period of the present government expires; so by that time the house could be filled with rats. (what else should the British public expect?)

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