Teachers in Cornwall are going to be offered guidance on spotting terrorists.
Al-Qadea have had the Cornish in their sights for some time. The extremist group who despise the West for failing to put a U after the Q in their name, are intent on getting the youth of Cornwall to swap their Pasties for Kalashnikov's
Teachers will be trained to spot the tell-tale signs of extremism as they chat with the kids. A list of questions have been drawn up with the possible answers kids leaning to extremism might give.
Q - Can oi have a ride on that there tractor
A - Die imperialst infidel scum
Q - Would ee like a tasty pastie
A - Death to all who insult Islam
David Hampshire, the county's religious education adviser, said 'Quite frankly I haven't got a clue what I'm talking about. But Tesco's are offering 2 for the price of 1 on Ginsters at the moment'