Following the recent apology made by Prime Minister David Cameron over the bloody sunday killings, Irish Rockers U2 have been forced to cancel their appearance at this years Glastonbury. ' We cant sing our favourite song anymore' moaned lead singer Bono, ' I've been singing that song for nearly thirty years and now the British Governement have caved in and apologised they've spoilt my favourite protest song' continued the shade wearing gaelic songster. ' I remember my good friend Peter Gabriel having a similar issue when they ended aparthied in South Africa which mean't he couldn't sing his iconic protest anthem 'Biko' anymore with any passion or vigour. Peter cancelled a whole feckin tour because of that'.
It was first thought that U2 had pulled out of Glastonbury because of an injury sustained to Bono's back, ' my back is fine but my best song isn't' continued the lead singer ' if feckin do gooders like Cameron keep solving major politcal issues like this then the bottom will fall out of the protest song market'.
Bono then let on to us his latest song which is to be titled 'monday bloody monday' purely written for the reason that what ever happens people will still protest about monday being the worst day of the week. 'Solve that with an feckin apology Cameron' finished the ranting Bono.