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Tory "leader" demands right to lifelong non-anonymity
The person apparently in charge of the Conservative Party is to go to the High Court in an attempt to get his anonymity lifted. Known simply as Mr X, the individual is starting a legal campaign to gain recognition for his position within the party.

Since he was elected a number of months ago, all aspects of the media have ignored Mr X, in an attempt to avoid suffering and embarrassment for his party. It was believed that the party was in a vulnerable state after a series of leadership changes and needed to be protected from any further public scrutiny.

Political pundits divided on the issue. Whilst on the one hand, it can be argued that knowing who the leader is will enable voters to make a more informed choice, there is an counter argument that given the Tory party's track record vis--vis wildly inappropriate leaders they might get more votes if people don't know who is in charge.

DeadBrain conducted an opinion poll to gauge the reaction to this news and the general reaction was one of great surprise that the Tory Party was still in existence. Regarding the proposal to unveil the new leader, most people thought this was a reasonable move provided he wasn't another slap-head without any personality.

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