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As we have learnt, the rise of tourism has caused big and vast changes in many societies. Not least in the country famous for Noel Gallagher, Margaret Thatcher and Postman Pat. Due to the increased number of tourists and the crime wave that follows, all the english police officers are too busy fighting crime to care about the real issues. Issues like terrorism, slavery and low quality street performers have not been prioritised during Tony Blair's reign as Prime Minister. Dr Livingstone, the mayor of London, has found a solution to spite his old friends in the Labour party. Child Labour.
British children have been eager to join Dr Livingstone's troops to combat poverty, terrorism, dandruff and sloppy street performers. In this shot we see Special Officer Rowlins of West Yorkshire inspect a Covent Garden street performer. He cleverly feigns enthusiasm to lull the street performer into a false sense of safety. This street performer was sentenced to 30 years of hard physical labour, the strongest punishment available in british law. Soon-to-be Prime Minister Gordon Brown has voiced that he will introduce "Guantanamo Holiday" as an option in british law.