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Tuesday, 6 September 2011

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Bemoaning those long-lost skills thought to be extinct since the Boer War put paid to mass colonial shagging trends

London - Today In Parliament's question time special has focused on a demographic hybrid previously omitted in pesky Local Authority gender preference-assignment questions.

'Men Who Have Sex With Men-And-African-Communities' has been identified as a multi-partner issue previously ignored in (non-hotel) intercontinental gang-bang situations.

"Knobble Lords will no doubt be surprised to hear of the disparity needing our immediate attention," Lords junior minister for oral hygiene Baroness Listareen told a packed Upper Chamber.

The sub-division was thought to be extinct since the Boer War put paid to mass colonial shagging trends.

Its recent re-emergence came to light after the recent Census found the distinctive category was active, busy and spreading fast.

Debating the issue immediately prompted the obvious question of whether any official expertise in the topic existed in the Upper House.

A significant a number - believed to be 666 - of Peers were reported 'to have been peering intently' at gay-as-a-garlic-sausage Lord Mandelson during the televised debate.

But Mandy's supporters were adamant their pin-up was innocent of all alleged slurs.

"Besides, he's only ever shagged Rwanda, not the entire African League," an anonymous pal commented this afternoon.

The House then moved on to its customary Luncheon recess followed by the official Afternoon Nap.

'Mandy's Pleasure', a 5/4fav at Plumpton's 2.30, duly obliged by more than six lengths.

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