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April 23, 2006

David Cameron and the Environment

Extremely distressing news from Aunty Marianne. As you know she’s something to do with doling out the EU dosh for foreign aid and she’s touched upon an environmental (even cultural) disaster of immense proportions.

You see, two of the world’s most impressive natural resources are in fact fading away, becoming smaller with each passing day.

I vote that David Cameron be sent to be photographed in front of them, preferably in their natural, current, state, both to boost his own green credentials and also to preserve for posterity their memory.

If they are to be lost to the world the least we can do is show them in all their au naturelle glory, for the sake of the children as yet unborn, on this here internetweb.

All those in favour?

April 23, 2006 in Environmentalism | Permalink


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Don't send Cameron. Hire Poles instead.

Only because they can then send back the remittances, you understand...

Posted by: Martin | Apr 23, 2006 5:13:57 PM

Tim, you are charming, and therefore I won't sue you for posting a picture of my bust without asking.

And if you think I'm going to get'em off for David Cameron, you can think again. Try sending the Swedish Justice minister Thomas Bodstrom.

Posted by: auntymarianne | Apr 25, 2006 7:15:39 AM