Ed Parnell's Cunning Plan

I been here and there with receding hair…

National Office of Importance

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The three-season year had been in place in Britain since its formalisation by Wodecnute in the 9th Century, so when Prime Minister Harold Wilson proposed changing to a four-season year, in keeping with most of Europe and the United States, opposition was fierce and vocal. One MP, Galwin Tite, famously locked himself in the despatch box of the House of Commons, refusing to emerge until the legislation was repealed.

via National Office of Importance.

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Written by edparnell

September 22, 2012 at 2:28 pm

Posted in Funny, History

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