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Thursday, 12 May 2011

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Britain was getting larger

David Cameron has announced that Libya is to move from it's present location to a purpose built warehouse just outside Newport Pagnel.

Cameron met the new Libyan rebel leader Mustapha Laugh during a recent package holiday to Lanzarote. The British PM was saddened to hear of the civil war waging in Libya and pledged to do something positive. "I wanted to act, but had to consult with the experts on foreign policy and William Hague. It was so obvious really. If we could keep Libya away from the middle east where all the trouble is then we could stand a chance of success."

It's a small world

This would not be the first such move. Residents of Peterborough recall how Poland was relocated within their city and there has always been rumours about the inhabitants of Marsden, West Yorkshire who resemble certain characters from Deliverance.

Empty Words

The Prime Minister went on to say that he had been struck by the bravery of the Libyan rebels and how he would like to offer them all possible help, as long as it didn't involve doing something really useful.

"Mustapha Laugh and his brave band of rebels deserve our full support. I promise that this government will provide that support. When resources allow. Subject to numerous conditions being met. With a phasing in of support over a reasonable period. In due course."

Mustapha Laugh said that he had invited Cameron and Hague to visit Libya. "They said 'You must be joking'".

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