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19th April 2011
UPDATE: Catch 22? France has announced it is sending a ten-strong military advisory team to Libya.
Military liaison advisory team (unarmed, natch!) don the right gear for the job
In the light of the decision by the British Prime Minister David Cameron to allow twelve senior military men to travel to Libya in order to train the rebels in how to beat the baddies, the senior soldiers have been polishing up their vehicles.
“There will be no (British) boots on the ground”, promised Mr Cameron. “We have commissioned a number of amazingly adaptable land, sea and sand hovpods.”
“But”, added the Foreign Secretary William Hague, “just in case any of them falls off, they’ll all be wearing flip-flops. No boots on Libyan ground, as the Prime Minister says.”
“And we Britons are not alone in this venture”, assured the Entente Cordial Prime Minister, “the flip-flops have been specially imported from France.”
The flip-flopping prime minister added, “Since the military cutbacks, we’ve also managed to source spare pairs of this valuable footwear from a charity shop in Kings Road, so the quality and quantity are not in doubt. Samantha always takes our old stuff there.”
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