Secret Government plans to build dome round East Anglia to keep floods, foot & mouth and swampies in

Funny story written by Noshing Mink

Tuesday, 13 November 2007

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Home Office mole leaks another email.

A leaked email from the Home Office to a firm of contractors has revealed that the government is planning to build a giant dome to encapsulate the whole of East Anglia on the ground that it is the most disaster-prone part of the country.

The leaked email, which was to be published by the Daily Telegraph, but was re-leaked to the Daily Mail, and then re-re-leaked to the Sun Newspaper and then forwarded to everyone in Kelvin Mackenzie's address book, and finally re-re-re-leaked to everyone in the world who has an email address, reads:

    Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Our criminal conspiracy

    Wozzup? I confirm you'll get the contract to build the Millennium Dome (ha-ha) round East Anglia to keep the swampies in. Gordon's sick of foot and mouth. Meet me at the Cenotaph on Sunday with a thousand monkeys and the contract's yours.

The Government has denied any official knowledge of the plan to build a dome round East Anglia and has vigorously denied sanctioning the email. A spokesman for the Government told our reporter that they will be investigating who might be, though it will probably take weeks to trawl through the list of suspects.

Meanwhile, Tory leader David Cameron has announced a new policy of building a dome around East Anglia to protect the rest of us from floods, foot & mouth and swampies.

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

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