England's Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling, seems to mean to stamp out fun by means of taxation.
A campaign has started to ban Alistair Darling from every pub in Britain after his tryannical anti-pub budget.
Licensees across the country have been left fuming after the Chancellor slapped a 4p increase on a pint of beer and pledged to raise duty on alcohol by 2% above inflation for the next four years.
The campaign group, being run on social networking site Facebook but which it had its origins on the MA forum, has so far attracted 170 members across the country.
The campaign urges licensees across the country to unite and download a poster banning Darling form their pub.
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