Is he for the chop?

  smokingbeagle 02:15 15 Nov 2011
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The PM hasn't expressed complete confidence in him, yet.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-15717341

  zzzz999 04:43 15 Nov 2011

I suspect the cat has already been told his pension is being cut and he will be made redundant in April 2012. Just what is his motivation?

  gengiscant 05:33 15 Nov 2011

I believe a peace deal,between opposing factions,cat and mouse, has finally been brokered by the United Nations after many months of negotiation. A spokesman for the UN is due to make a statement later today confirming the need for a period of reconciliation between the two parties, or so I have been reliably informed by a little bird. ,

  morddwyd 08:38 15 Nov 2011

I understand he has already had the chop.

He came from Battersea which rarely gives away cats which can still breed.

  spuds 12:00 15 Nov 2011

I suppose, being an animal loving nation, this mousey-feline news story distracts interests from other 'minor issues' that the government and PM are negotiating?.

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