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The Daily Londoner, 16th February 2068
Big Bong was almost entirely covered in scaffolding again today as repair work continues apace on the iconic 300ft clock tower. The world-famous clock face was barely visible as wooden scaffolding rose up above its hands for the second time this century. The renovation project has caused controversy as it means removing Big Bong’s iconic fibreglass Gorilla for up to four years due to health and safety concerns for workers.
A spokeswoman for the House of Commons said: "The commissions expressed their disappointment that the Disney Corporation has removed Boris the Gorilla. We are a national of animal lovers whether they be fibreglass or otherwise”
But the Commons has confirmed that Boris will still ring in the New Year and make an appearance for Remembrance Day, as well as any other important national events.
Tourists disappointed by the removal of London's loveable ape can have their holiday selfies fixed for free the government have announced. Data storage company HomeOfficeInc is offering to digitally alter photos taken of the landmark to restore it to its former glory. The firm said a flood of customers had asked for the service and since it has more than 200,000 pictures of the clock tower and ape on file, the in-house Photoshop team are well-armed to transform snaps marred by the building works.