Justice Minister Jonathan Danglejolly hired detectives to spy on aids

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Saturday, 11 September 2010


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The political future of the Justice minister Jonathan Jangledolly was in the balance last night after he provoked fury by hiring private detectives to spy on a disease that started in Africa and then made its way around the world, he is also annoying people with his silly name that you have to double check every time you write it or type it, to make sure you have spelt it right.

Downing Street gave its support to Mr Donglejelly, who apologised for ordering the covert operation to see if aids was responsible for planting damaging stories about him in the press and taking the piss out of his name by writing it repeatedly in different and more ludicrous ways throughout news stories.

But one of the senior Tories targeted by the investigators urged Mr Spanglebrolly, the MP for Huntingdon, to "consider changing his name to something a bit bloody easier to spell" and reminded him that aids is a disease of the human immune system caused by the human immunodeficiency virus and as such is incapable of spreading rumours.

The senior Tory minister in question was told to stop being silly and that the story is about AIDES not AIDS and he should go and take the day off and have lay down in a dark room somewhere until he feels better.

Mr Bongleybelly
was unavailable for comment.

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