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Sunday, 6 December 2009

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In a shock revelation, Lord Peter Mangelson UK Business Secretary and Minister With A Finger In Every Pie) has announced that he is to enter into a Civil Partnership with the well-known American golfer, Tiger Woods.

At a press conference one hour ago, Lord Peter stated that he was the "3rd person in the marriage" of Tiger and his exceptionally Norwegian female wife, Elin Notgrinning.

The wedding is to be at Buckingham Palace and will consume any residue of Mr Woods' billion dollar fortune that remains after settling his £100 traffic fine from a recent collision with reality.

There has been much gossip - now confirmed - that Lord Mangelson has been seeing Tiger Woods "in the rough" on Hampstead Heath for a number of years. They were introduced in a small cottage on the Heath by George Michael and by all accounts, have been asshole buddies ever since.

Sir Elton John, who may become the next Queen of England was not available for comment.

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