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Caught with his pants down

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With the memory of the PwC panto still fresh in the mind, the recent description of the events surrounding the OFR as a farce got TS to thinking that this might not be a bad idea.

Bear with us here, but TS thinks all the ingredients are there for a smashing show. We open with DTI secretary Alan Johnson and his business chums having a nice cup of tea and chatting about the OFR.

Unfortunately, following a hilarious misunderstanding possibly involving some red tape, Gordon Brown scraps the plans, sparking an invasion of the stage by environmental activists.

Cue Johnson running around the stage with his pants round his ankles trying to sort everything out.

TS is waiting to see the final outcome before finishing the script. Any suggestions are welcome, simply click on the comment link below.

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