Written by anonnymouse

Friday, 29 June 2007

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True to his word Prime Minister Brown has selected a government of all the talents. Following his announcement of his cabinet yesterday PM Brown detailed released details of his junior ministers. Appointment included people such as Digby Jones former head of the CBI and Sir Alan Sugar.

However the political world was shocked to see that the PM has selected Tomas the Tank Engine to work within the transport department along with his boss the fat controller. Prime Minister Brown explained that he felt Thomas and the fat controller had a record of success when it came to the rail network and he felt sure that they would improve rail services around the country.

Additionally following the speech he gave last week where he listed affordable housing as one of the priorities of his government he was pleased to announce the appointment of Bob the Builder as a minister for housing. PM Brown commented that he was sure that with Bobs success in recent years he has the talent to improve the UK housing situation. When asked if he felt he could fix the housing problem in the UK, Bob excitedly replied "yes I can".

Prime Minister Brown went on to announce the appointment of Rambo to the Department of Defence and Colombo to the Department of Justice.

When asked to comment on the new government David Cameron Leader of the Conservative party said "it doesn't really matter who is in his government because there is no way were ever going to challenge the Labour party as our MPs are a load of old fogies who cant adapt to today's political environment".

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Topics: Gordon Brown




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