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My fingers raced over the keyboard, tapping in one potential password after another. BEEP! ERROR! BEEP! ERROR! BEEP! ERROR!
It wasn’t easy to do – especially with the alarms blaring out, lights flashing, and the heavy footsteps telling me that an entire platoon of guards was running down the corridor towards me. But I had to keep going. I had to find the right password, and stop the missiles from launching!
All around the room, people lay unconscious – some slumped over the polished table, others lying on the thick-carpeted floor. The Prime Minister himself was out cold in his chair, head lolling back as though he was in the midst of a cosy afternoon nap.
The soldiers were getting closer now; I had thirty seconds left at best. Thirty seconds to crack the code and stop the UK from bombing Russia and starting the third world war. And all because 10 Downing Street’s pet cat had peed on the control panel and caused a short circuit!
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