UKIP to begrudgingly take foster appeal to European Court of Human Rights

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The parents at the centre of the UKIP foster scandal are prepared to begrudgingly take their case as far as the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France it has emerged.

The couple have received the full backing of UKIP leader, Nigel Farage, who has offered to fly the couple over there in his twin-engine Sessner as soon as it’s back from the repair shop.

And Farage is convinced that if the frogs won’t intervene, the pair will receive a more sympathetic hearing from the krauts and the wops.

As reported earlier, the couple’s three children were removed from their custody after social workers noticed that two of them had become suspicious of croissants.

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Last night Farage went on the attack, “This is an infringement of their fundamental human rights, although it’s kind of weird to find myself talking about human rights, especially with regard to Europe.”

“On this issue, in particular, we want to see a lot more of Europe meddling in our affairs.”

“What’s really important here is that these children are brought up in a safe, loving environment without being exposed to baguettes or varieties of soft pungent cheese.”

“Without the support of British parents, these poor kids would probably be orphans on the streets of Eastern Europe rather than enjoying a decent upbringing here in Britain, er ..hang on a minute.”

“My head hurts.”