Mp’s do Plugger All!

The government has resorted to desperate measures in its bid to shore up the economy – by allowing product placement and advertising during Prime Minister’s Questions. The first session under the new scheme took place yesterday with Labour leader Ed Milliband, decked out in a Nike tracksuit complete with a baseball cap which had the Levi’s logo emblazoned on it, asking the Prime Minister whether he thought the recent rise in petrol prices would mean that most motorists would soon only be able to afford cars such as the Saab 500, which offered maximum comfort in the driving seat and a smooth ride whilst at the same time going up to twice as far on a full tank as many of its competitors. Mr Cameron, resplendent in a Timberland jacket and wearing a pair of Adidas trainers on his feet, replied that he was less concerned with the rise in fuel prices and more worried about the sanity of the people running the Krazee-Mart Bargain Warehouse on the outskirts of Milton Keynes, where for a limited time only it was possible to purchase an entire set of saucepans for under five pounds. Following loud heckling from both sides of the house the speaker, John Bercow, called for order; “That’s right, honourable ladies and gentlemen, order your sofa today from DFS and we’ll throw in the rest of your three piece suite absolutely free!