Following their ejection from X-Factor, the government have drafted in Jedward (John and Edward Grimes). They will be offering support to the existing Government twins Deadband (David and Ed Milliband).
The twins, who were sorry to leave the show, are nevertheless delighted that the government has recognised their talent. In a special hand-written and incorrectly worded and spelled, hand-written letter from the Prime Minister, (to the "Grimm Twings"), he laid out plans for them to take on a specially created portfolio.
The twins have been appointed Entertainment Tzars. John, or is it Edward, becomes the Secretary of State for Reality TV, while his brother Edward, or is it John, becomes Secretary of State for Hairdressing.
Speaking from their new offices at the back of the Kensington Disney Store, the twins said they were really very happy, and have promised to undertake the wishes of, in their own tit-for-tat words, the 'Prome Misterney', to the best of their ability.
Despite having nothing to really talk about, the twins have already completed work on their autobiography "Our life of Grime", although they did have the Prime minister worried for a minute when X-Factor franchise owner Simon Cowell said that the twins "had a criminal record". He was in fact referring to their 'Greatest X-Factor Hits' which was being rush-released for the mid-winter retail festival (Christmas) trade.