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Monday, 20 January 2014

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The Transport Minister, Patrick McLoughlin has had very large exit information signs with huge lettering fitted onto exits on the M25 motorway.

Yesterday tens of thousands of missing pensioners including Vince Cable and Kenneth Clark, streamed off the motorway after spending up to four weeks on it trying to find the right exits. The house of Lords was full to capacity this morning even though it was closed for re-decoration.

Retired Pope Benedict XVI, who was here to watch football was one of the immensely relieved pensioners who could now read the exit signs. The Transport Secretary announced the cancellation of the proposed construction of four extra lanes for the London Orbital and a £100 refund of tax disc payments for every driver.

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