Gene Block Drops Out Of Race For Prime Minister

10 GAYLEY ST — UCLA Chancellor Gene Block announced Tuesday that he will be withdrawing himself from consideration as leader of the Labour Party and Prime Minister of England. “Boris told me they never let him work remotely and that taxpayers take attendance everyday,” said Block, who was hoping to call in from his multimillion dollar Los Angeles home to avoid direct interaction with all the Brits in desperate need of orthodontic work. “Also, when Joe stopped by last week after Taco 1986, he told me Prime Minster is not the same thing as being King. I had no idea.” At press time, Block was seen creating an economic taskforce to regulate the offshore accounts of EuroBruins.