And on that note Newsnight was particularly informative tonight, for all the wrong reasons.
They dragged some other junior minister on to it for their turn in the barrel. No idea who he was, he probably doesn’t know he is, I wasn’t entirely sure he wasn’t fashioned out of papier-mâché and old wine boxes by an inebriated Johnson 5 minutes before hand.
Anyway the exchange went like this:-
Faisal: So why has the PM’s second ethics advisor resigned?
Empty shirt: I couldn’t possibly speculate.
Faisal: What, not even a little?
Vacuous lump of lard: I think we should all reserve judgement until his letter is published.
Faisal: So is the Government going to publish the letter?
Gelatinous clot: No. Anyway everyone I talk to wants us all to just move on.
Faisal: OK, now Rwanda ...
Festering pustule: Oh FFS! where’s Grant Shapps when you need him?
Faisal: It’s all going a bit sh.t isn’t it?
Partial sentient wankstain: I think it is too early to tell.
Faisal: Well it’s illegal, immoral, expensive and unworkable ..
Oozing anal sore: But that is not how success will be measured.
Faisal: What do you mean?
Rancid turd: I mean the success of the policy will be determined by whether more racist morons will vote for us at the next General Election than last time.
Faisal: Thank you whatever-your-name-was. Next up, we have a report from Afghanistan regarding the baffling inability of Afghans who helped the British in Afghanistan to claim asylum in the UK nearly a year on. We talk to a former Special Envoy who says it is a complete mystery why the current government are perversely and deliberately dragging their heels on letting brown people into the UK even though they all clearly face imminent torture and death for making the mistake of helping the Brits and trusting the PM.
The Special Envoy, an ex-General, said he was ashamed to be British over this. He’s got a point.