Since the decision by the Ministry of Defence to close RAF Lynham, the town of Royal Wootton Bassett, made famous by the public show of respect for our fallen soldiers, has been very quiet. However, the town has now been given a boost with the responsibility of repatriating British powers back from Europe.
'As our relationship with Europe dies, we should start seeing an increase in the amount of powers coming back to the U.K' Foreign Secretary, William Hague told us. 'We think that a well organised, impromptu celebration should take place, and where better than Royal Wootton Bassett. They have shown the country they can organise a respectful 'welcome home' parade that grabs media attention, and hopefully help divert people away from our deceased foreign policy.'
The news has been welcomed by town Mayor, Paul Heaphy. 'We already have plans for the repatriations. We shall have crowds lining the route of a procession down the High Street' he explained. 'And to make the British power stand out, it will be covered in 'red tape''