Written by Noshing Mink

Wednesday, 1 September 2010

image for Tony and Gordon make up and open hairdressing salon
Gordon will shampoo your hair.

The feud between former Labour Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown is officially over and the couple have agreed to work together as partners as they did once before. They will open a hairdressing salon called Tony&Gordon.

For years, the two men were enemies. Tony Blair believed that Gordon Brown, his Chancellor of the Exchequer, wanted to bring him down. Their public rows are legendary and Gordon is believed to have once stabbed Tony in the back with a pencil when they were in a car together. Tony recently wrote a book saying what a bastard Gordon was and promised to give all proceeds to the families of British soldiers whom he sent to their deaths in his unlawful war in Iraq.

However, now the two have decided to patch things up. An insider said "They're both pissed off that one of the Millibands will be the next Prime Minister and they will get forgotten. They therefore want to stay in the news and the best way to do this is to open a salon."

It is understood that Gordon will shampoo and Tony will cut. The insider said "This is because nobody wants to put a pair of scissors in Gordon's hands." The salon will be decorated just like Number 10 Downing Street, right down to having a replica of the famous door and a policeman outside.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said "Between them, Tony and Gordon have about a dozen policemen all at taxpayers' money. One will be outside the salon at all times while the others will be beating up innocent passers-by. Tony and Gordon wanted it to be just like old times."

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

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