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Government to provide Polish accent classes for UK unemployed.

Out-of-work British workers are to be taught how to sound foreign in order to make them seem more employable, the government has announced. Classes in Polish intonation are being developed which centre on the use of the letters W and Z in everyday conversation. Under the plan a number of the long term unemployed will also be permitted to drop vowels from their names and will be encouraged to take up smoking. ‘This could be the change the British long-term unemployed have been waiting for’ said Marek Zwekwiekski (formally Jim Smith from Swindon).

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Posted: Apr 8th, 2009 by Team Biscuit

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