Clowns are terrorising the streets of Britain - and filling the seats in parliament, says Alex Bell
THERE is a craze of ‘killer’ clowns.
Except none of the jokers in red noses have killed anyone.
The question is do you run away or punch them in the stupidly exaggerated smiling coupon?
Far better is to ask them to make a hedgehog out of a very long balloon and then just walk away.
Jokers with red noses are also in the news because parliament is in a state about Brexit.
MPs want a vote on what Brexit means and when it is triggered.
Downing Street wants to push the deal through with superficial parliamentary scrutiny.
This matters because of Pot Noodles and foreign holidays.
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