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Theresa May spends another sleepless night in war-torn Middle East worrying about Easter eggs

British Prime Minister has spent another sleepless night in a volatile part of the world worrying about Easter eggs.

May has been dragged into the politically charged and potentially deadly debate about Cadbury’s Egg Hunt on National Trust properties.

A spokesman for Downing Street said:

“As ever, Mrs May has her finger on the pulse of world events and she is very keen to let everyone know that she is has been fully briefed about events at National Trust properties. She is fully aware that the word ‘Easter’ has been dropped from the Cadbury Egg Hunt planned for next week. She has convened an emergency meeting in the war-torn Middle East to deal with this problem and she hopes to announce something tomorrow once she’s watched a beheading.”

Easter eggs are under threat of being called ‘Easter eggs’ after someone decided to remove the word ‘Easter’ from the phrase ‘Easter eggs’. The Easter eggs are currently just known as ‘eggs’ (without the word ‘Easter’ preceding it).

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