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Sunday, May 03, 2015

A monolith too far - Labour finally jump the shark

Just when we thought this election could not get any more bizarre the Observer reports that Ed Miliband has commissioned a giant stone inscription bearing Labour’s six election pledges that is set to be installed in the Downing Street Rose Garden if he becomes prime minister.

They say that the 8ft 6in-high limestone structure is intended to underline his commitment to keep his promises by having them literally “carved in stone” and visible from the offices inside No 10.

The stone will be unveiled on Sunday with Labour sources saying it will either be placed in the Rose Garden or at Labour’s central London headquarters if the party wins on Thursday. What happens to it if Labour loses is less clear.

This is the first indication that the Labour leader might have a Moses' complex. For his next trick he will no doubt part the English Channel to take us to the promised European land.

On the other hand this monolith could spark rumours of alien influence on the Labour Party Leader. After all a similar structure featured in Arthur C. Clarke's '2001: A Space Odyssey', placed there by outside forces to guide and shape the human race.

Maybe we should explore the dark side of the moon to see if Labour have also placed a similar structure there.
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