Written by Zachary Estle
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Topics: London, Harry Potter

Friday, 8 July 2011

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A guard in what will soon be Diagon Ally.

[London, England] Today the U.K. parliament announced that for the climatic final Harry Potter film, they were going to be renaming London Diagon Alley. This is due to the fact that the British government believes it owes a special thanks to Ms. Rowling, who is as most of you know the author of the Harry Potter series.

Parliament leaders announced in documents that the change of the cities name will be made official on the day of the release of the movie. This has caused quite the stir with other countries such as Bulgaria, who is mentioned heavily in the book and film series, claiming they wanted to change the capital city's name first to commemorate the occasion but they wanted to make it a surprise. Brittain has issued statements declaring war on Bulgaria if they change the name of the city of Sofia. Bulgaria has yet to respond to the threat.

This is also creating buzz on Twitter with huge Potter fan Michael Vick, Arguing that he was planning on naming his next dog fighting club house Diagon Ally.

With so many groups and people fighting for the right to pay their respects to Ms. Rowling, it's easy to see why this controversial subject has been high on all news programs news watch list. With any luck, there will be no blood shed while trying to pay respects to this creative woman and her fantastic creation.

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