There has always been a place for cats in Downing St, the HQ of the UK government until November! Poor Freya, the tabby terror, has lived in Downing St at the home of the Chancellor of the Exchequer for 5 years but has spent Christmas in the Kent countryside living with a member of Mr Osborne's staff. The official excuse claimed it was for her safety as she's been hit by a car. However it has been revealed by sources close to Freya that she did not like Lola - a Brison Frise. The miniature pooch was apparently frightened of Freya and so she had to go. It has caused outrage amongst cat voters who believe there should always be a cat at the centre of government.
Freya surveying the political scene
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