Tuesday, 1 April 2008
England Banks on Past Ideas
As the world wide credit crunch begins to bite even deeper, and traditional forms of trade come under pressure the English Government is pursuing unpaid royalties across the world for its back catalogue of Inventions to replace falling tax revenues.
Lawyers have petitioned embassies across the world informing them that substantial claims will be made retrospectively and that interest will be added.
Andrew Prill England's Minster for Forgone Overdue Outstanding Licences is quoted today as saying...
"English inventiveness has been taken for granted for years and now its payback time, it should be expected that some smaller nations might sadly go to the wall as we collect unpaid royalties that are due"