DAVID CAMERON IS DEAD.

Announced on Heart FM radio by breakfast presenter Fiona Winchester, the British Prime Minister David Cameron has died at his home surrounded by his family.

While information is sketchy at the moment, whistleblowers within 10 Downing Street report he died following a stab wound to his back which punctured his heart.

Police are currently searching for Cameron’s close ally and friend Chancellor George Osborne to help with enquires. No further information has been made public at this point.

Coming only days after damaging revelations were reported by BBC news of an imminent scandal which was posed to break, David Cameron cancelled all public appointments and over-sea trips.

Reported to be the biggest scandal in British history, the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) were said to be liaising with the British Army’s Special Investigation Branch (SIB) to start making arrests of “prominent figures at the core of the British Establishment.”

Gordon Bowden, ex RAF officer has released a statement today claiming that following a 13 year investigation into corruption, he has uncovered detailed and forensic evidence suggesting billions and billions of pounds have been stolen from public funds, via the setting up of 250,000 phoney oil and gas companies registered from a few addresses in Finchely Road, London.

He said, “The United Kingdom is riddled with fraud.”

Speculation is rife that members of the Royal family have been implicated in the scandal and that Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Phillip have been flown by helicopter to an undisclosed location.

Extra guards have been posted outside Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street.

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police has warned of mass public disruption once the full extent of the scandal is made public.

Buckingham Palace have yet to comment.

London Major Boris Johnson was last seen jumping on his bike saying, “I’m out of here mate!”

We will up-date you with any further information as it happens.

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