British The Chief mouser assigns the Ministry of foreign Affairs:

The British diplomacy loses a significant number of employees: Palmerston, Chief Mouser of the Ministry of foreign Affairs, has to be reassigned, asked to retir

British The Chief mouser assigns the Ministry of foreign Affairs:

The British diplomacy loses a significant number of employees: Palmerston, Chief Mouser of the Ministry of foreign Affairs, has to be reassigned, asked to retire. He was happy to have representatives from all over the world met and hope to have his comrades-in-arms with Pride, it said in a Letter that in the name of Palmerstons to Secretary of state Simon McDonald walked and with two paw prints was signed. However, after four years of meaning to him now, after more time away from the limelight.

Palmerston is named after the longest serving foreign Minister of the United Kingdom, Henry Palmerston, the 19th century. Century, and Minister of the interior, was Prime Minister. As @DiploMog he has on Twitter, more than 105.000 Followers. His service went hand in hand with a sometimes fraught relationship to Larry, the hangover from the nearby house number 10 on Downing Street for the house of government, heads of the mice begins.

Palmerston wrote, because of the Coronavirus pandemic, he had already worked longer on the Land in the Home Office and had come to the taste. "I found out that life is away from the Front relaxed, calm and comfortable," he wrote. In the Other he had done when talking to foreign diplomats only when he's asleep. In reality, he heard everything.

Not all employees of the farewell fell hard. Palmerston had placed him a slightly chewed dead mouse next to the Desk, tweeted the Director of the diplomatic Academy, Jon Benjamin. He wishes him a very happy retirement.

Where exactly Palmerston lives in the future, is not known. He came with a member of staff of the foreign Ministry, where he had the Lockdown spent, so a communication. Palmerston wants to rest outside of the spotlight, it said in a letter in the name of the cat to the highest British officials in the foreign Ministry, Simon McDonald. "I enjoyed climbing trees and patrolling the fields around my new home in the country." Regrettable, however, that he could now eavesdrop on foreign diplomats more, it was said in the letter.

Updated Date: 07 August 2020, 12:19

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