Westminster Council today announced the creation of six million new jobs for the city of London. This comes after the council struck a deal with Ubin Ad Ltd. It was noted on a recent visit by the International Olympic Committee that the city of London and the area around Stratford failed to meet the health standards of the Olympic Committee. It was extremely dirty, rat invested, and smelly. Not ideal for attracting visitors and sport fans to London.
A spokesperson at Ubin Ad Ltd, said a deal had been struck with Westminster council whereby they would supply 2 million two-man mechanical sweepers and a further million automated sweepers that clean the pavements of chewing gum. They would also be supplying a million plastic broomsticks.
CEO Tim Broomsweep said,
We are happy to partner the Westminster Council and the city of London in these trying times. With so many jobs available there is no excuse for anyone to be without a job during the recession and credit crunch and that includes people on benefits. We encourage everyone who is at home or on benefits to sign up.
The new scheme code named “Cleansweep London 2012” will be supported heavily by the thousands of job centres around the city and priority will be given to employment agencies.
Westminster Council spokesperson Daphney Littering said,
We have asked all the local councils in London and Greater London to forward the names of all the unemployed people who are claiming benefits and they will be shortly sending out letters to these people recommending they come forward for an interview. Everyone in London and surrounding communities not working will be given priority. The salaries will be very competitive and if you have a drivers licence then you will be given higher priority.
Edit Note 2nd April 2009: I trust many of you picked up the April Fools Day clues thrown into the above post. If not then job done well you FOOL!
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