COBRA agree to keep any flooding in the North

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The Cobra Committee have unanimously agreed to keep the South East free from any flood water.

Head of Cobra, Sir Peter Thape pointed out that flood water can be dirty, and inconvenient, and can often lead to work and profit being affected.

Sir Peter stressed that this was not something that should be happening in the important part of the country.

‘We’ll send them some extra pasties, and free gravy for all their chips,’ said Sir Peter.

‘They’ll be ok; they’re a tough lot up there, you know,’ he added.