Friday, 11 July 2008

David Davis wins back seat

New Labour driving off a cliff
In today's news, a by-election has taken place, apparently, and David Davis, former shadow home secretary, has won a back seat in the Conservative Party.

The back-seat position is a traditional role in the Tory party, previously occupied by Lady Thatcher.

From the back seat, he'll be able to shout instructions to the driver, David Cameron, such as "Turn right!", "Tax cuts!" and "I should be Conservative Party leader!"

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