Charles Benmore from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport announces today that his Department is prepared to set up a tendering process for a controlling interest in the gap between the rich and poor.
He says, 'Over the last few years, many people have overlooked the potential that the gap between the rich and poor represents...I think it would be an ideal purchase for any leisure company and I for one would think the addition of a few log flumes, aerial water pipes and perhaps a wave machine would improve the gap almost over night.'
Loosening up planning restrictions on the gap between the rich and poor is to be debated in Parliament next week. MP's will have to decide if it should be treated as a green or brown field site. Polly Halleran, MP for East Cliteroe, has already suggested that her constituency would welcome the arrival of the gap to make up for the loss of jobs that came last year when a local cellar conversion company moved its operation to Austria in a move to tackle overheads.