Blair's new house in Jeffrey Archer Close gets periscope planning permission

Funny story written by queen mudder

Thursday, 3 May 2007

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Blair: planning a Colditz-type escape via a tunnel he's digging in Conartist Sq

London - (Ass Mess): UK Prime Monster Tony Blair has won planning permission from Westminster Council to erect a periscope from the inside of his new family house in the aptly named Jeffrey Archer Close just off Conartist Square.

It is thought that this will be a kind of high tech security device that will help him flee the cash-for-honors cops when they come to take him away, shackled and manacled, to charge him with treason after he leaves Number 10 for the last time.

For the last nine months a surveillance operation has suggested that Blair's had the builders in his new pad digging a secret escape tunnel under the Square.

This leads straight into the back yard of a Bayswater Road Kebab house where a well-camouflaged Ford Cortina has been souped up for his getaway to a Beachy Head destination where he can fake suicide like Lord Lucan.

But all the time he is planning to make his way to an airfield in Kent where a hired Cessna will spirit him and Cherie to an offshore tax haven with no extradition treaty with the UK or EU.

"We think he's seen Escape from Colditz a few times too often," a neighbor said today.

"None of us can wait for that day when the police raid him at six in the morning.

"We,ve all upgraded our security CCTV cameras for long-distance so we can video the whole thing and post it on YouBoob."

Cherry Bush is 69.

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