The United Kingdom has been stripped of its triple A status by the interfering and unhelpful credit ratings agency, Fitch. The decision was taken because the UK does not have ample parking for guests at the rear, nor a fully licensed bar.
Speaking earlier, Tony Marlowe, chief of the firm’s European and North American Division, confirmed that there is a possibility of an upgrade if en-suite bathrooms replace the WC at the end of the landing.
‘Sadly this is a reflection of the current economic situation’ he continued ‘both France and the US have also had their triple A rating removed: America because they started locking the front door at 10.30pm and France because they still insist on serving brisket to those on Full Board’.
Chancellor George Osborne has expressed his disappointment but reassured the public that the government would fight the decision by seeking to provide free shower caps or, if that failed, take over the 'Seaview' on Marina Parade.