Home Secretary and fierce Blair Loyalist, David Blunkett has today announced that Chancellor Gordon Brown is to be extradited to the United States.
Mr. Brown was arrested in a dawn raid by London Metropolitan Police. Formal charges have yet to be made against him, however his arrest under the Terrorism Act does allow him to be held without trial.
The Home Secretary made the following statement. "Gordon Brown is a dangerous insurgent attempting to unseat the Prime Minister from within the system. He has worked against the best interests of this country for 7 years now, we have all the evidence of this in the Fuel Tax."
Mr. Blair and Mr. Blunkett are seeking a deal to extradite him to the United States where he could be detained in Guantanamo Bay.
When asked why nothing had been done before to take account of this threat, Leader of the House Peter Hain told the BBC "There is a very complex legal system in place which held us up, when we tried to strip him of his citizenship. Additionally we tried to remove his citizenship by granting Scotland a Parliament of its own, however that has yet to work."
Human Rights activists have protested outside the Palace of Westminster over the lack of official charges and legal representation, however they were beaten into submission by a large army of celebrating top rate taxpayers.