Cameron and Brown to 'Fight for Britain' in Car Park

Funny story written by The Macster

Thursday, 4 October 2007

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How the next election may well be settled

Conservative Leader David Cameron stunned the party Conference in Blackpool today by boasting that he "could and would, smash Labour Leader Brown's Stupid Suet-like face in."

His inflammatory speech, in which he appeared to be slurring his words, he challenged Prime Minister Brown to a "fight for Britain" and stated that he was "ready to take him on in the car park of the Blackpool Conference Centre if Brown was man enough' adding that he would be willing to do it in the nip, like in that scene in the film 'Women in Love' with Alan Bates and Oliver Reed."

Shadow Home Secretary, David Davies at this point tried to intervene and bring Cameron's speech to a close despite the cheers from the conference attendees who were now chanting "Bundle, bundle!" and egging on Cameron.

Cameron responded by saying that Davies "was his best mate in the whole wide world and that he loved him in a non-gay way," When he realised that Davies was trying to drag him off the conference stage he became abusive and violent stating that he was "Not afraid to take on both Davies and Brown as he was rock hard and not afraid of no-one or nothing,'

Cameron was finally restrained by the Party Whips and some chloroform.

When hearing of the Conservative leaders keynote speech to party members, senior Labour Party Members responded that "Gordon Brown could have Cameron any day and he knew where he lived if he wanted to have a go."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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