EC’s Honest Branding directive forces summer fair to be called Fete Worse than Death
Villagers across Britain are up in arms as another EC directive threatens their traditional way of life. Some blame the Brussels bureaucrats who created an Honest Branding Directive with no relevance to British life. Others complain that local council enforcers have applied the directive to the letter, but not the spirit, of the law.
The upshot, however, is that all activities in Britain must be honestly named. The Summer Fair must now be described as the Fete Worse than Death.
However, the good news for middle england is that traveller’s camps are to be named Car Tax Havens.
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Posted: Jul 15th, 2009 by admin
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