Dear Chief Secretary to the Treasury,
I'm afraid to tell you there's no money left.
Signed, Liam Byrne

(Outgoing Labour Chief Secretary to the Treasury. May 2010)
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Monday, 19 April 2010

Dusty Brown to the rescue.

Our wonderfully sensible health advisors have told British people to stay indoors in case the nasty dust from that Icelandic volcano makes our eyes itchy, or gets into our lungs and makes us ill, maybe even more ill than we were before.

Looks like some people didn't take any notice, they preferred to soak up the sun - protected from it's dangerous rays by that thick cloud of dust. (picture Mail)

It would be interesting to know what health advice the Icelandic government is giving its' people, especially when you see how much of the stuff they've got to put up with.


Pictures Mail

Oh, and after the French got all shirty with Dan Snow and his well-meaning attempt to rescue stranded holidaymakers by taking a group of inflatables across The Channel - it's Super Dusty Brown to the rescue, because the Navy will be landing in France instead, a decision made at a special meeting by his special chums Mandy and Adonis.

Is this to be Mr Brown's Falklands moment?

Maybe they really thinks this little plan is good enough to make all those stranded holidaymakers and their families so grateful that they'll vote Labour, because this wonderful plan will make us all forget the last 13 years?

Oh, and do they really think France (and the EU) will let the British Navy into Dunkirk? History tells us that the French don't particularly like things like that happening, because it brings back bad memories. But maybe, because we're all friends now, nobody will mind and they'll give it the go ahead.
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2 comments:

Witterings From Witney said...

Having grounded everything, including Brize Norton, here in Witney we have had nothing but clear blue skies since the 'trouble' began!

Mrs Rigby said...

We've had light planes and helicopters, but those seem to have been grounded now.

Watch out for food supplies - too much comes into the country by air.