President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has commended the BBC and other news outlets for their balanced coverage of the UK local elections. 'I'm glad the Russian invasion didn't interfere with the robust reporting of how many dogs were taken to the polls, who lost overall control of a local authority even the locals didn't know existed and how failed 80s pop stars can't even win a popular vote.
'I did ask President Putin to avoid doing anything controversial while the elections were on in case it diverted the attention from Wandsworth, Hull and Bridgend. As it happened he dropped a thermonuclear bomb on Kyiv and I personally assassinated Putin while everyone in Russia was following the local elections.'
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