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Captain SKA's anti-cuts song or John Cage - Xmas Number One?

Captain SKA's anti-cuts song or John Cage - Xmas Number One?

Of the runners and riders for an alternative Christmas hit, Captain SKA's jolly tune with samples of Osborne, Cameron, Thatcher and Clegg is the latest one to be gathering momentum. The other campaign, already rolling on nicely and more likely to succeed, is the one to get Cage's silent "4'33" to Number One for Christmas - a rather brilliant protest and a perfect present for the conceptualists and anti-consumerists in your life.

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Education cuts are clearly already biting... it's Osborne, not Osbourne

surely you are forgetting The Santa Belles

Osborne - ulp, extra u - now deleted. The cuts are obviously biting, or did I miss an n. Meanwhile, who the devil are the Santa Belles - do tell.

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