Brown Rejects Early Iraq Inquiry
Gordon Brown has rejected calls for an early inquiry into the Iraq war, saying it would not be considered until he was safely out of office and earning a vast amount of money on the international lecture circuit.
"178 British troops have been killed in Iraq and hundreds injured, the country is a God awful mess with no end in sight to the endless cycle of killing and despair," said someone sounding suspiciously like Yorkshire Soul. "Despite this, the man who dragged us into this cesspit continues to rake in hundreds of thousands of pounds in appearance money when he tells audiences of rich Americans how great he is."
Tony Bliar was not available for comment this morning, sources close to the former Beloved Leader said he had been trapped in his own house for a number of days behind a huge wall of blood money.