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It has been officially announced by the electoral commission that David Perks, a candidate for the Conservative Party will bypass all regulations and rules for being the head of the conservative party. They also stated that David Perks will become the new Prime Minister at the next election, as Tony Blair has backed out, and John Prescott is currently eating at an all you can eat buffet.

Unfortunately, Mr. Perks was unavailable for questioning, but Michael Howard gave this response, "David was always a great character to play with, he always gave the wrong sorry, correct response when in Prime Ministers questions."

Three cheers to David!

Please note this is a November Fools joke.
 
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I, David Perks, do humbly accept the position of being the countries next Prime Minister.

During my time as the Prime Minister, I intend to introduce legislation to cut the cost of rail travel, as well as improving the quality of the trains and all the infrastructure. As this is going to cost a lot of money, I am also going to introduce legislation to increase all forms of taxation on road users, as well as increasing the ammount of red tape (only for road users).

On a side note, duty on Alcohol will be reduced, so everyone (who is aged 18 or above) can enjoy a drink without having to worry about filling the governments accounts.

More proposed legislation will appear here when I think about it more.

David Perks, Your next Prime Minister.

Please note, this a November Fools Joke which tubechallenger has started
 
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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Nick, its a tradition which has been going on for many years, its called general joking and it occurs generally every day in this world, I have decided, as a joke, to name it November Fools.
 

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Sorry to bother you, Mr Perks but...

A. Could we Stop helping the USA when they Beg for Help

and

B. Would you like a Cup of Tea?
 

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Sorry to bother you, Mr Perks but...

A. Could we Stop helping the USA when they Beg for Help

and

B. Would you like a Cup of Tea?
A. That's next an my agenda, and
B. Milk, 1 sugar please. Very kind of you to offer :lol:
 

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Harry Potter said:
I, David Perks, do humbly accept the position of being the countries next Prime Minister.

During my time as the Prime Minister, I intend to introduce legislation to cut the cost of rail travel, as well as improving the quality of the trains and all the infrastructure. As this is going to cost a lot of money, I am also going to introduce legislation to increase all forms of taxation on road users, as well as increasing the ammount of red tape (only for road users).

On a side note, duty on Alcohol will be reduced, so everyone (who is aged 18 or above) can enjoy a drink without having to worry about filling the governments accounts.

More proposed legislation will appear here when I think about it more.

David Perks, Your next Prime Minister.

Please note, this a November Fools Joke which tubechallenger has started
i suggest to cover the costs of the cut in alcohol duties you increase the tax on cigarettes.

and mobile phone ringtones(particularly the 'song' ones)
and lager
and ex forest full backs who 'manage' lower division teams
 

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steve158 said:
I suggest to cover the costs of the cut in alcohol duties you increase the tax on cigarettes.
The tax levels on tobacco are staying the same. The people who know me will understand.

steve158 said:
And mobile phone ringtones(particularly the 'song' ones)
Yes, I can put a tax on them. £10 for each ringtone.

steve158 said:
and lager
Why increase the duty on lager when duty on alcohol is coming down? :?
steve158 said:
and ex forest full backs who 'manage' lower division teams
With just 1 exception. ;)
 

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tubechallenger said:
Nick, its a tradition which has been going on for many years, its called general joking and it occurs generally every day in this world, I have decided, as a joke, to name it November Fools.
Tradition dictates that such jokes should contain some element of humour in order to conform to said tradition.
 
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