Rumours that, once again, the beleaguered British Film Industry is on its knees have finally been put to bed. The BFI is proud to present the new home of British Cinema (pictured). This state of the art facility is a tribute to the British Government who have worked tirelessly to make the British Film Industry great by ploughing millions into it. Instead of wasting cash on £900 chairs for the Government Spending Watchdog, or sending Tax Chief David Hartnett to the Dorchester for a slap up dinner, or even employing Lord Foster and the Candy Brothers to design a new multi-million pound duck house in Chelsea Harbour to house all the MP’s fowl, we all know that secretly the Tories and Labour before them had their eye on the ball with arts and culture and gave it a proper budget and growth plan. In the light of this, it is a complete mystery why all our big stars are jumping across the pond as soon as they can afford the air fare, after all, why would they when there are facilities like this right on their doorstep?