Hague urges government to send troops to Albert Square
Britain must send troops to Albert Square following the latest death of a British citizen in the province, says William Hague.
The shadow foreign secretary called on the Government to direct armed forces to the east London district following the death of Bradley Branning on Friday evening.
‘The focus on our military initiatives in Afghanistan is distracting attention from the fact that life expectancy in Albert Square is three times lower than in Helmand Province,’ said Mr Hague.
Mr Branning’s family are said to be ‘in shock’ over his death and are slowly coming to terms with the ensuing revelations that several of their sisters are actually their mothers, many were swapped at birth and most of them are, in fact, gay.Click to send this story to a friend
Posted: Feb 22nd, 2010 by mattdaniels
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