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Thursday, January 20, 2005

Children are not citizens?

Citizenship ceremonies at 18

"The details of the ceremony for 18-year-olds, to be held on a trial basis initially, will be drawn up over the next nine months. It may be modelled on Affirmation Ceremonies in Australia, where existing citizens can take a pledge of allegiance."

The dream team is going into REM state; Charles Clarke has just mumbled this new delirium. John Prescott is making little shadow boxing movements; Tony Blair is panting in a miniature version of breathlessness, and whimpering 'Work them hard.'

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