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Britons have nothing to fear from large floating 'Death Star'

Reports of a partially constructed space station seen in the night sky above Slough, have been dismissed as alarmist. A spokeswomen for GCHQ said: 'Law-abiding Britons will in no way be targeted by the proposed super laser. Once operational it will be governed by a very strong legal framework and the whims of Peter Cushing look-alike Norman Tebbit.

‘We cannot confirm or deny that the Death Star has access to Google Maps as part of its targeting software. But any voices of discontent will soon be silenced’.


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