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Ode to the release on compassionate grounds of convicted Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset el-Megrahi by Scots Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill
When Mr Brown flew to Washington last week, President Obama, who hadn’t realised he was coming, gave him a gift of a box set of DVDS which his wife’s sister had given him for Christmas.
Protestors such as Ms Deen are being trained by a mysterious group known as Sweet Revenge which is reportedly part of al-Qaeda’s non-military wing.
The Chancellor said that they would print off £5000 for every adult in the country and £1000 for every child.
However Mr Brown replied, “I’m not trying to cause a big sensation. I’m just talking about my generation.”
The Prime Minister also said that it is worthwhile to take a chance and that the benefits of the community chest should be used wisely.
Some are already drawing up a plan for regime change in Mexico which produces 4.8% of the world’s oil but continues to have a horrendous human rights record on guacamole.
In their judgement, the Lords made it clear that any terrorist who claimed torture and yet didn’t have a hook as a hand was clearly a liar.
Ms Smith said she has studied parliamentary rules and believes she qualifies as the mostest Home Secretary in history.
Few political party leaders have had funerals marked by the presence of leopardskin armbands, a cavalcade of motorbikes and rock and roll. But then David Edward Sutch was no ordinary politician. Screaming Lord Sutch, who …