Gordon Brown has today robustly refuted allegations that he will step down as Labour leader when he dies. 'I don't want to let a triviality like being dead get in the way of my important work,' he said during a BBC interview. 'I have the determination to proceed, despite the electorate, the hangman, and even the personal intervention of God. In fact, only banging a seasoned oak stake through my heart will be enough to convince me that I'm a truly dreadful Prime-Minister and should retire to a small cottage in the Cotswolds.'
Gordon Brown to remain as Labour leader 'even if dead'
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Hooray! You did forget the stuffing of his mouth with garlic, the beheading and the burial of the head and body either side of running water.
Aside from that, excellent.
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