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Wednesday, 6 April 2011

(Published 2015) LONDON - The world looked to Britain to see the results of the 2015 prime minsterial elections, where relative newcomer Presitron was elected.

Representing the robot/machine class of the nation - from factory workers to Roombas.

Some have criticised his 'kill all humans' stance on issues, however many have written this off as pandering to the 'kill all humans' electorate.

Born 45CX-F/INH into a family of 2,090,837 as a middle bot in February 2003, he started work as a factory worker at the Birmingham plant assembling parts for solar panels. However, after some time, he contemplated a new line of work.

He then moved into Downing Street in late 2011 as an assistant to David Cameron and Nick Clegg. Having seen the state of bots, he then managed to get a campaign together - funded by cashpoints and banking machines and a whistle stop tour thanks to the help of a mass-marketed driverless car - a VW Toureg DRiVE. It is then he changed his name to Presitron.

Humans and bots alike have applauded Presitron on his success.

"It is amazing," said Roger Marion, head of the Humanbot group. "Robots have worked for humans for decades. I think this shows that you don't need to have flesh to run a nation. He's overcome many obstacles to get this far, including the fact that he technically doesn't exist."

Presitron said this in a press release:

"I will make sure that I can cut approximately 23.8% of the debt by restructuring the economy, but I will created precisely 2,877,909 jobs by investing in infrastructure and new projects that are needed, especially ones that need to be executed thoroughly."

Experts are predicting a new age underneath Presitron, who will visit U.S. President Madonna next week.

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