Writers who endlessly write spoof stories about terminally-ill former reality TV star Jade Goody have been the subject of discussion in Prime Minster's Question Time this morning, according to reports from the House Of Commons.
Jade, about as Common as anyone could get, is expected to live only a very short time longer, and many people think the relentless way her life has been dragged across media pages and TV screens recently, is insensitive and unfair, to say the least.
However, 'saying the least' is not a concept with which Jade is familiar, a notion highlighted by her famous spat with Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty whilst the two were appearing as contestants in Celebrity Big Brother 2007.
Had Jade 'said the least' that day, a Racism Crisis might never have happened, and relations between Britain and India might well be better than they currently are.
As it was, Jade 'said the most', not the least, assisted by other Big Brother morons Danielle Lloyd and Jo O'Meara, whose careers have taken a decided nosedive since.
PM Gordon Brown told MPs:
"I have every sympathy for this poor woman who is being lambasted every day in the media for something as little and as trivial as being a showboating, egotistical, media-courting Chav racist."